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!
Don’t let these 70-degree temperatures fool you… It’s still February and the colder weather is headed our way for the weekend. This is the perfect dish to help keep
A popular hunting and outdoor retailer with a store in the Springfield area is reportedly set to file for bankruptcy.
The clock is ticking for Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder and the City Council to agree upon a budget.
A school board candidate in Montgomery County who recently drew attention for a negative social media post attacking children has withdrawn from the race.
Springfield police are investigating an armed robbery at a Dirksen Parkway gas station Monday night.
Chatham school officials say there is no truth to a social media post claiming widespread drug abuse at Glenwood High School and indifference to the problem from school administrators.
We should know later this week whether AFSCME members have given the green light for a strike.
While it’s only February, the Illinois State Fair is ready for summer!
An autopsy will be conducted this morning on the Springfield man who died when he crashed his motorcycle on West Lake Shore Drive Sunday night.
OneRepublic will pull into the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in St. Louis as part of the 2017 Honda Civic Tour with Fitz & The Tantrums and James Arthur on Saturday, July 8.