Originally from the south (she was transplanted up North here in 1981) Annie Jenkins is a true Southern gal! And by that we mean she loooooves to talk - about just about anything, anyone, anytime, you name it, she's a-talkin'. That friendly soul and vivacious charm will keep you movin' and groovin' and goin' all day long while you get through the 9 to 5 (or the 10 to 3 in this case) http://wjltevansville.com/those-getting-to-know-you-things-use-to-drive-me-nuts-until-i-found-james-lipton/
My Favorite Thanksgiving Side Dishes – Fried Onion Green Bean Casserole
Thanksgiving means family and FOOD! To help you out this Thursday, here's a super easy green bean casserole recipe!
Top 5 Things to Buy on Black Friday
Ok, so we ran down the list of what not to buy on Black Friday, now here's the list of what you will want to stand in line for on Black Friday. Hint - our list is chock FULL of electronics!
5 Things to Avoid Buying on Black Friday
Time to get your shopping lists ready for Black Thursday - Black Friday! But before we hit the malls, shops and discount stores there's a few items the experts say it would be a good idea to wait to buy.
Totally Creepy and Allegedly Real Haunted Houses and Places in Evansville and Owensboro
Forget the horror movies and the ghost stories - if you're looking for a real scare this Halloween there's lots of places right here at home where you can get a chill up your spine. Here's just a few of the places people say are truly haunted in Evansville and Owensboro.
The Great Blizzard of 1978 – The Storm That Paralyzed Evansville Henderson and Owensboro
Snow is nothing new in the Tri-State. But in 1978, we got a lot more than we bargained for - a blizzard that crippled the entire Midwest region.
Hate Those Facebook Games? You Can Block Facebook Apps in 2 Easy Steps
Had enough of those annoying invitations to play Farmville 2, Cityville, Lucky Slots - all those crazy Facebook games? Well - we found a very easy way to block Facebook apps and games from ever bugging you again.
Our Halloween Treat for You – An Interview with Zombie Survival Guide Author Max Brooks
Halloween and Zombies go together like bread and butter (or maybe its graveyards and ghouls) either way with All Hallow's Eve about a week away - not to mention our 2nd Annual Zombie Walk - we're serving up the treats a little early - an interview with Max Brooks, author of the Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z.
Goodbye Newsweek – Hello, Newsweek Global – Newsweek Magazine Ends Print Edition January 2013
Newsweek Magazine is joining the digital age - ending its print edition starting in January 2013.
Lane Goodwin – Thumbs Up For Lane – Passes Away This Evening
Lane Goodwin - the McLean County, Kentucky, boy who bravely fought a long battle against a rare childhood form of cancer has sadly lost his battle with cancer at 7:53 PM on Wednesday, October 17, 2012.
Presidents and Other Cool Carved Pumpkins
In the last few years carving a pumpkin has come a long way baby. No longer are we satisfied with simply cutting two eyes, a nose and a mouth into our orange gourds - we want something with style, pizazz and a little yowza! (or even a zombie!)