The Ready2Go Campaign encourages parents to get their children ready to deal with anaphylaxis.
Kelly Lester is a cookbook author and actress, she said she got tired of all the different containers, baggies and cooler bags for her three kids.
Lemon dressing, cheddar cheese on a fresh croissant is a quick lunch grab at Cleo's in downtown Newburgh. We rundown other menu items as well.
Dan Rogers with Nashville's Grand Ole Opry shows us awesome pictures where the legends chill out before and after performing.
Laura Limp with the American Red Cross is asking to tri-state to give back. Many military families aren't able to buy school supplies and basic items needed to prepare kids for a bright future.
From Popcorn bars, "pie pops" and personal furniture, check out these unique ideas!
New York Times best-selling author, Jessica Seinfeld, has the inside tips to take your summer meals to the next level, especially by introducing some much needed veggies into your dishes.
BankTrust Financial Back 2 School Bash Saturday 12:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Main Street, between 2nd and 3rd Streets Henderson Free admission
The University of Evansville is one of 31 private colleges in Indiana and this week (July 21-25) is Indiana Private College Week.
Monty Python's Spam-A-Lot which is a Tony Award winning production is being recreated by the Evansville Civic Theatre.
cMoe’s Me and My Sidekick for Super Men and Super Kids! On July 26th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., help stop villians from taking over cMoe, train in the hero academy, and more! The 501st Legion and Heroes Alliance will be appearing. FREE Comic Books from Comic Quest for all in attendance. Superhero costumes encouraged! Cost is $9 per member or $12 per non-member. Reservations can be made by calling (812) 464-2663.
Annual Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters Festival July 30-August 2 Henderson, KY
Audubon State Park has another busy week; Forensic Camps, Constellation Nights and Snakes Alive and Campfire Cookin' are just a few highlights.
Amanda Green shares the details including a new location, theme and Cruise-in for this year's Evansville Bowl for the Cure.
Godspell July 18-20 South Middle School Auditorium
HealthSouth Talks Fall
Stock the Panty Cornhole Tournament is set for Saturday August 16th at the Tropicana Events Plaza in downtown Evansville, the event benefits the Boys & Girls Club.
United Caring Services is offering an open house on July 27th from 1-4pm in downtown Evansville.
Par-K Seafood takes us down by the Bayou and boils crawfish. Seasonings, boiling potatoes etc are mapped out for us.
Tri-State native Sara Murphy to be featured on ABC's Extreme Weight Loss.
Tony Maslan, CustomFIt Personal Training, gives exercise advice on Workout Wednesday.
Dave Lissy with Bright Horizons Solutions talks about a recent study in regards to working families.
Waterproof speakers, sweat-proof headphones are just a few of the devices that you can take to lakes, rivers and enjoy outdoors.
Joshua Armstrong talked about new stores, restaurants opening in downtown Evansville. Downtown Alliance and Franklin Street Association will present Mainklin Street, 2014 Beer Run. Saturday, October 18 5:00 p.m. Cost is $20
August 2, 2014 7-10 pm & 6 pm VIP $35 General Admission & $70 VIP For tickets: (812) 464-7800 www.swirca.org Schnucks Grocery Turonis Restaurant Old National Bank
Jenny Hagan is right on time as many parents and guardians gear up for back to school time. Hagan talks about what shots are needed for what age group and sports physicals.
Tracy Zeller Jewelry says jewelry allergies are usually the metals in the necklaces, rings and earrings you wear. She gives us tips and dissects alternatives.
Morning at the Museum: New Shows at Evansville Museum Koch Immersive Theater
Mike Frank gave advice to viewers on how to save money, energy.
Ivy Tech's Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology Program will have students attending classes on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Then they will work at a paid part time internship at a local company for two days per week. In 24 months, students can graduate with an AAS degree and have received real world experience that will help them find a good paying job.
Saturday August 30th at 7:00 pm at the Academy for Innovative Studies’ Auditorium, at Diamond and Stringtown in Evansville (Formerly North High School) Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets are available at select Old National Bank locations, Moore Music, and online at http://evscicats.com/evscalumni/event-registration/?ee=1
Garden Guy Charlie Stocker Gives Advice for Tomato Plants, Squash Plants, and Hydrangea
Evansville Native Myrod Byers has inked and published his first book. It's called "The Literary Works of Me."
Posey County Fair Saturday, July 12 Miss Posey County Pageant Tractor Pull To learn more click here: http://www.poseycountyfair.com/
Back to the Museum Saturday, July 19 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Evansville Museum Tickets $20 per person and $30 per couple Call (812) 425-2406
Dr. Terry Harmon explains the importance of sleep.
Par-K Seafood shows us you don't always have to fry your catfish!
Karel Kirschner with the Purdue Extension Office brings us yummy treats to Lifestyles in celebration of National Blueberry Month.
Wedding Planner Saundra Hadley suggests adding refreshments, seating to make wedding more comfortable for guests.
Certified professional organizer Amy Payne gives advice for organizing kitchen pantries, small spaces.
Dr. John Myers helps us understand an AED and how to handle an adult going into cardiac arrest.
Jason Ambrose with Healthsouth Deaconess talks about rehab nursing. He says gone are the days of men only being doctors or EMTs when it comes to healthcare.