Erin is from Hartford, Kentucky. She began her radio career at Western Kentucky University in 1998, and she came to WBKR in 2007 (ironically, she interned in the same building on Frederica Street in the summer of 1999.) She loves to analyze and write about pop culture, sports, nostalgia, and her beloved Ohio County. Erin also likes to, when warranted, add a touch of humor.
State of Emergency Declared for Kentucky, Winter Storm Warning, Warming Centers
The National Weather Service in Paducah has now issued a WINTER STORM WARNING for the Tri-State in addition to the existing WIND CHILL WARNING.
A Winter Storm Watch and a Wind Chill Watch Go Into Effect Thursday Afternoon and Evening
Tri-State will both be under a Winter Storm Watch and a Wind Chill Watch beginning Thursday afternoon and evening.
These Services Will Be Taxed in Kentucky Starting in January.
Now that we are all speeding toward Christmas and the end of the year, what can we look forward to here in Kentucky as far as prices and income taxes in 2023? Well, it's a bit of a double-edged sword.
Louisville Will Build $65 Million Studio and Renovate Louisville Gardens
Yes, Louisville will be the location of a new $65 million project that will not only incorporate studio and production space but will also be part of a renovation of one of the city's most famous concert and event venues.
Star on Top of Christmas Tree in Bowling Green Remembers Last December’s Tornadoes
Last year, we were in Bowling Green at a surprise birthday dinner. Little did we know, the landscape in parts of western Kentucky would be changed forever by a slew of dangerous tornadoes.
It’s Official, the McDonald’s Halloween Happy Meal Buckets are Back
Oh yes! A couple of weeks back, Chad wrote about the rumor that McDonald's would be bringing back their Halloween Happy Meal pails for this spooky season. Well, the rumor is true!
Actor/Singer Jack Black Swings by Bowling Alley in Louisville
Back to Venom Lanes, the Louder Than Life rock festival just wrapped up over the weekend in Louisville, and Tenacious D was one of several acts rocking everyone's faces off. Before rocking, Black swung by the Butchertown bowling alley.
Tri-State Upgraded to Excessive Heat Warning Through Wednesday
The National Weather Service in Paducah has put into effect an Excessive Heat Warning for the Tri-State area now until 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday night.
Kentucky AG Cameron Warns of Arrest Warrant Scam
I'm used to more than my fair share of pesky telemarketer calls and scams, but there's always a new scam, some are getting creative, around the corner. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is warning residents of a new phone scam, that actually I can say I've received before.
‘One Bowl Cereal Challenge’ in Ohio is Right Up My Alley
Remember Man vs. Food, host Adam Richman would travel all over the country looking to take on food eating challenges that offered prizes and glory to anyone who completed them. It goes way beyond "can you finish this pizza in an hour?" But I'm not sure I ever saw Adam or current host Casey Webb take on a cereal eating challenge.