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.
Indiana and Kentucky Both Have a Daviess County But Pronounce it Differently – Why?
Despite being named after the same person, they pronounce it two different ways.
Southern Indiana Radio Host Signs Off After 25-Year Career
Nothing lasts forever, as they say.
2024 Henderson Tri-Fest Now Accepting Vendor Applications
Proceeds from the three-day festival will benefit the Henderson Breakfast Lions Club and area non-profit organizations.
Popular Evansville Restaurant Announces Temporary Closure
The management at Bar Louie on the city's east side has announced it will start 2024 by keeping the doors closed for a few days.
Is It Illegal to Shoot Fireworks in Indiana on New Year’s Eve?
Before you ring in the new year with a literal bang, find out if Indiana law will allow you to do so in the first place.
Vanderburgh Humane Society in Desperate Need of Wet Cat Food
The Evansville shelter is asking for donations of wet cat food for the nearly 300 cats in its care.
Pair of Adorable Degus Up for Adoption at Indiana Shelter
Meet Mate & Sammie.
Humane Society of Henderson in Need of Dog Harness Donations
The shelter will be using the harnesses for an event they have scheduled for late January and beyond.
Pangea Kitchen Owner Announces Expansion Into Newburgh
The new restaurant will take over the building formerly occupied by The Wine Down on Ruffian Lane.
The Strange Story of How a Mysterious Indiana Castle May Be the Gateway to the End of Times
In 2010, an aspiring filmmaker met a man who believed the castle he built in Metamora, Indiana would be the location for the Second Coming of Jesus.
This is Supposedly the Most Common Slang Term in Indiana
Like every state, Indiana residents have words and terms you likely won't hear in other parts of the country. However, recent data suggests this term is used more than any other.
Indiana Elementary School Teachers Wish Students Happy Holidays with Christmas Classic Parody
Led their principal, Mike Allen (a.k.a. "The Parody Principal"), the four teachers put a humorous spin on 'Angels We Have Heard on High.'