I’m a native of Swinkey, Missouri, a thriving suburb of Monroe City. After earning a degree in Mass Communication from Truman State University, I joined the team at KHQA-TV as an intern. In my 22 years there I worked as a reporter, Hannibal Bureaus Chief, 10:00 pm anchor, and co-host of the morning show. In 2016, Y101 lured me out of retirement and I'm loving starting my mornings with the Big Dog! Jeff broadcasts live from Quincy while I'm live in our Hannibal studios. It gives our show a different perspective you won't find anywhere else. My husband Rich and I have four daughters; two in college, one in high school and one in elementary school. I'm a voracious reader. In fact the only TV show I'll put a book down for is Survivor. I've never missed an episode in 30-plus seasons!
Gordman’s to Open Thursday in Hannibal
Doors will open at 9:00 a.m. Thursday, June 27 at Gordman's, Hannibal's newest department store.
Everything You Need to Know About ‘Brew Skies Music Festival’
As a nod to the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival, Hannibal's Brew Skies Music Festival is bringing in an original Woodstock performer to entertain the crowd.
The Hannibal Public Library Is Having A MAJOR Book Sale Right Now
If you're a book lover, here's a deal you can't afford to pass up. The Hannibal Public Library is selling all the books you can cram into a bag for just $1.
Here’s Missouri’s Next ‘Free Fishing’ Weekend
Cast your line and score a catch, no license necessary in Missouri the weekend of June 9 and 10. This a great time for out-of-state fishing enthusiasts to test their poles in the Show Me State waters.
Hannibal Native Gives Jimmy Kimmel a Televised Colonoscopy
If you tuned in to Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday night, you got an intimate picture of his innards, photographed by Hannibal native Dr. Christina Ha.
Have You Seen Hannibal’s ‘Rotten Banana’ Billboard?
Maybe you've seen the "Rotten Banana" billboard hanging in the Hannibal area. It's kinda hard to miss really. It's a real conversation piece, which is both a good and a bad thing depending on the audience.