Tri-State Coronavirus Closings, Cancellations, and Rescheduled Events
Due to the increasing concern over the spread of the covid-19, many events, schools, businesses, and organizations are closing and rescheduling.
Second Date or Ditch: A Charity Auction Poo Poo [Brooke & Jubal Podcast]
What’s the right thing to do after getting intimate with somebody for the first time? Cuddle? High five them? Immediately put on clothes and leave? Whatever your answer is, one of our listeners did something that everyone agrees is completely wrong.
Evansville Woman Arrested for Stealing from Grieving Family
The funds were to help cover the funeral expenses of 3-year-old Oliver Dill who died in June after his father mistakenly left him in a hot car.
Free BBQ Lunch Offered for Tri-State First Responders on 9/11
As a way of saying thanks for all they do, we're offering a free meal to Tri-State first responders.
Top 5 Things to Do in Indianapolis in Spring 2018
Everyone has that spring itch – that urge to get out, explore and try something new. Make it happen this spring in Indy.
Eight Things to Remember When You are at the Job Fair this Thursday
Here are some things to remember when you come to the Job Fair this Thursday, Jan 25th from 1pm-6pm at the Holiday Inn Airport in Evansville located on HWY 41.
See Inside the Newly Renovated Kentucky Castle
Growing up in Ky, I drove by it hundreds of times. I’ll never forget the first time I actually stepped foot inside the castle walls. It was actually a castle!
Showplace Cinemas Family Entertainment Center In Newburgh Now Open
After several months of work, Showplace Cinemas' new Family Entertainment Center in Newburgh is open for business!
Help Autistic Teen Celebrate His Birthday!
Every weekday morning we ask you to post your birthdays, anniverisies, or whatever you are celebrating. Over the weekend we got a Facebook Message asking the community to help one Newburgh teen celebrate his birthday in a very cool way!
Afraid of Snakes? A Hoosier’s Guide to the Poisonous Snakes of Indiana
Some people have a fear of snakes. I am one of those people. Well, actually I’m not as much afraid of snakes as I am afraid of being bit by one. It’s sort of like being afraid of heights, but in reality it’s really about not wanting to fall…or m…
Historic Downtown Newburgh to Celebrate Spring with First Annual Herb Festival
Celebrate Spring in Newburgh Saturday, April 8th during The Newburgh Herb Festival! Newburgh became known for its “Herb Festival” when The Newburgh Old Country Store was in its heyday. Learn about many aspects of herbs and herb growing, as well as herbal skin care products, recipes, …
Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office Warns Of Tax Scams
If you receive a call from the IRS that sounds a little strange, especially if you PAID your taxes, you may be victim of a new scam.