Pay close attention to this bio, you may need it on Jeopardy someday. I was born in a foreign country, Brunswick, Georgia. Fortunately it was on a Naval base, so I can still make my run for President in 2016. I grew up in Minnesota, went to high school in Wisconsin, so I guess I’m a Minnesconsinite. Or a Wisasotan. Whatever. I came to Springfield and WNNS in 1995 as a part-time host and moved up the ladder.
In 2006, I left for stops in Madison at Magic 98, and then Minneapolis at KS-95. But eventually, I missed the smell of burnt soybeans wafting in from Decatur and had to come back in 2010. My favorite part of my busy day is being on the morning show with Deb and you. Thanks for listening and making mornings so fun!
Springfield police have arrested two people in connection with an armed robbery that police say was a set-up.
Even though we’ve never seen anything like it, most Illinoisans say they have not yet been directly affected by the state budget stalemate.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin says he’s still undecided about whether he will support President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
People hoping to see the legalization of recreational marijuana in Illinois may have a tough time convincing Governor Bruce Rauner to go along.
Illinois lawmakers could be seeing a windfall in their bank accounts.
The City of Springfield has started the process that it hopes will lead to the conversion of the North Mansion Block as a central gathering point for community events
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Baseball history is still history and it will be on display starting Friday at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum.
100,000 people in Springfield’s two congressional districts could lose health insurance coverage under the GOP plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, according to U.S. Senator Dick Durbin.
Supporters of the Affordable Care Act are trying to make a last-minute show of strength as they fight to preserve the law.