M-Kat is the new morning co-host of 92.5 The Country Station! She was born and raised in Owensboro, KY minus four awesome years at The University of Louisville (Go Cards!) On her playlists, you will find Country (of course), Rap, Pop, R&B, Indie, Rock, Metal, Funk, Soul… basically anything but Polka. She loves a good true crime documentary, whoopin’ it up at karaoke, and vintage treasure hunting. It’s totally not hoarding if the stuff is cool! She even “remixes” the paintings she finds into new pop-culture-inspired art. Her husband Michael AKA Hunkasaurus Rex is a local metal legend and sweetie pie. Rollins, her son, is amazingly smart, kind, creative, and keeps everybody laughing. They have two cats, Bebe and Swayze, and a Golden Retriever named Freddie.
South African Internet Sensation is a Tiny Clone of a Popular Kentucky Radio Personality [VIDEO]
A viral internet sensation from South Africa with some incredible dance moves may look very familiar if you are from Kentucky or Indiana.
Watch Santa Claus Fly on The Thunderbird at Holiday World [VIDEO]
Remember when Santa took a break from his busy schedule to ride the Thunderbird Steel Rollercoaster at Holiday World? I always knew he was an adrenaline junkie! Watch the hilarious video.
This Gutsy Lady Shattered Glass for Kentucky Women Bartenders- Now She’s in the Bourbon Hall of Fame
Did you know women in Kentucky weren't legally allowed to bartend until 1972? Or even sit at a bar! Dixie Demuth decided to change that and this year, she was inducted into Kentucky's Bourbon Hall of Fame.
These are the Most Favorite & Least Favorite Christmas Songs in KY, IN, & IL
A recent study shows each state's favorite and least favorite Christmas songs. From Mariah Carey to Alvin & The Chipmunks, you may be surprised by some on this list!
‘Garlands & Giving’ Owensboro Senior Living Facility Hosts Event to Benefit Local Charity
Calumet Trace Senior Living Center is celebrating their first Christmas in Owensboro by inviting the community to a special Holiday event with the goal of giving back. Local businesses have donated beautiful wreaths for a silent auction benefitting My Sister's Keeper.
Kentucky Creatives, Beware of The Grinch! Don’t Let Copyright Infringement Steal Your Christmas
After going viral with some hilarious Grinch photos, a photographer found a cease and desist letter in her e-mail inbox from Dr. Seuss Enterprises. Makers on Etsy have had their listings shut down for using Dr. Seuss characters on products. Here are the dos and don'ts of using copyrighted materials for creative use.
Here’s How College Students Can Fly Home to Kentucky For the Holidays for Only $25
Flights home for the holidays are sometimes out of budget for college students on Ramen noodle diets. Amazon and StudentUniverse want to help make the season brighter with this amazing deal for $25 tickets.
No More Scraping! Melt Away Icy Car Windows With This Simple Yet Genius Life Hack
Kentucky Winters can often mean frozen windshields first thing in the morning. Are you tired of scraping your car in the freezing cold? This hack is genius yet so simple and will have you to work and school on time.
At What Age Can You Leave Your Children Home Alone in KY, IN and IL?
Its one thing to consider whether your child is responsible enough to stay home alone, but it is legal where you live? Here are the laws regarding leaving kids without adult supervision in KY, IN, and IL.
Kentucky Household Divided Over Controversial Christmas Movie
Kentucky households are divided over this controversial Christmas opinion. Is Die Hard a Christmas movie? One Kentucky man is adamant to prove his case to his family of naysayers. What do you think? Chime in on our poll to decide once and for all!
Do Kentuckians Really Use Cow Ointment as a Remedy For Dry, Cracked Skin?
Kentuckians swear by this tried and true product dating back to the late 1800s. Originally created to soothe dry, cracked cow udders, this moisturizer with few simple ingredients works wonders in the winter.
Why Are There So Many Birds in the Twelve Days of Christmas?
Have you ever wondered why there are so many birds in the Twelve Days of Christmas? If you lived in the 1700s you'd have been pretty excited about your true love gifting you 184 feathered critters. Here is the interesting history behind this classic carol.