Born and raised in Evansville, Ryan has been a voice in the area for over 25 years. During that time, he's played rock music, top 40 music, and country. He's hosted a sports talk show and called high school football games for several years. In his free time you'll find him cheering for his Indianapolis Colts, playing video games, or on a golf course thinking every round will be the one where he finally gets good at the game.
Former High School Baseball Standout Returning Home to Play for the Evansville Otters
The former Mt. Vernon High School catcher played collegiately at USI before being drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 2018.
Evansville Residents Warned of Counterfeit $20 Bills Circulating at Area Businesses [UPDATE]
The fake bills were given to several businesses around the North Park Shopping Center by unspecified individuals.
Western Kentucky Business Collecting Toys for Kids at Isaiah 117 House
The owners of the Fat Boy and Dining Diva apps are hosting a toy drive for kids currently housed at the foster home.
Experience the Hills of Kentucky with a Stay Inside a Giant Bourbon Barrel
Love bourbon and looking for a unique travel experience? This Kentucky retreat may be exactly what you're looking for.
New Study Reveals Every State’s Favorite Little Debbie Snack and Indiana, We Need to Talk
The Hoosier State is only one of three states in the entire country to prefer this particular treat.
Indiana Zoo Announces Names of New Baby Colobus Monkeys
The babies were born to two different sets of parents in November.
Indiana Town Name Ranks as One of the Most Mispronounced in America
The small town sits on the western edge of the state near the Illinois border.
15th Annual 911 Gives Hope for the Holidays Toy Drive Set for December 1-3 on Evansville’s East Side
For the 15th year, we're asking you to fill a 53-foot trailer full of toys for kids spending the holidays in Tri-State hospitals.
Two Indiana Cities Ranked Among the Most Sinful in America
When it comes to enjoying certain vices, two of Indiana's most populated cities have no problem indulging.
How Indiana Hunters Can Help ‘Meat’ the Need of Families Facing Food Insecurity
The Indiana Hunt for Hunger program allows hunters to donate extra deer meat to state food banks for families in need at no cost to them.
Changes to Self-Checkout Lanes Could Be Coming to Indiana Target Stores
The popular department store chain is testing a new procedure designed to shorten wait times and “better understand” shoppers’ preferences.
This Indiana Town is Considered to Have the Most Naughty-Sounding Name in the State
If innuendo makes you giggle, then this town name should have you laughing out loud.