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Wind Chills Below Zero Headed to Tristate
Wind Chills Below Zero Headed to Tristate
Wind Chills Below Zero Headed to Tristate
Gang, it's about to get and feel VERY cold.  The National Weather Service says we will see wind chill factors below zero several days in the upcoming week.  Before that, we could see some light snow accumulation here in the WBKR listening area.  Here's the most updated forecast and a look at just how cold it's going to get.
Meet Susan: Ron Rhodes' Biggest Fan
Meet Susan: Ron Rhodes' Biggest Fan
Meet Susan: Ron Rhodes' Biggest Fan
Over the weekend, I had the honor and privilege on emceeing the opening ceremony at the annual March for Babies (for the March of Dimes).  Shortly before taking the stage, I was approached by Susan Mayhugh, who informed me that she listens to Angel and me every morning.  But, then, Susan made a true confession.  She doesn't really listen to hear me and my cohost (though she does admit that I am fu
Could We See a Foot of Snow Friday?
Could We See a Foot of Snow Friday?
Could We See a Foot of Snow Friday?
A major snow storm is brewing and it appears we are going to see measurable snowfall on Friday into Saturday here in the WBKR listening area.  And, according to Eyewitness News meteorologist Ron Rhodes, some models are showing the possibility of up to a foot of snow in certain areas.  The only question now is who's going to be in the storm track and get it?
Ron Rhodes Predicts a White Christmas
Ron Rhodes Predicts a White Christmas
Ron Rhodes Predicts a White Christmas
Our chances of a white Christmas are getting better and better.  This morning, Ron Rhodes from Eyewitness News said the models are showing all the right conditions for a snowy Christmas Eve!  And the latest forecast from the National Weather Service agrees.
Pancake Art
Pancake Art
Pancake Art
Earlier this week I got to be a guest on Tasty Tuesday's with Joe Bird from Eyewitness News in Evansville.  He visited Madewell's Corner Cafe here in Owensboro.
Oboro Faces Tax Hike
Oboro Faces Tax Hike
Oboro Faces Tax Hike
Cuts in community programs have already been announced and now Mayor Tom Watson says there's really no way around a tax increase for Owensboro residents. Brad Byrd sat down with Mayor Watson to discuss our future.

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