Born and raised in the Tri-State, Kat is proud to call the River City her home. She has always enjoyed spending her days surrounded by music - it has always played an integral part in her life. When the headphones are off, Kat enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors. She believes road trips are good for the soul and that there isn't much a trip to the beach won't cure. An avid animal lover, she is also a big supporter of the local animal rescue community.
2024 Total Solar Eclipse Festival Guide: Explore Events Across Indiana
Communities all across Indiana are preparing for the total eclipse taking place on April 8, 2024, and we have a guide to the festivities!
Indiana Police Department Mourns Loss of Mounted Patrol Unit Member ‘Blondie’
One Indiana police department is mourning the loss of a founding member of its mounted patrol.
Children’s Lemonade Stands Are Technically Illegal in Indiana But That Could Change Soon
Lemonade stands are actually illegal in Indiana without proper permitting from governmental agencies, but that could soon change thanks to House Bill 1077.
Indiana Drivers: How Old Are Your Tires? Here’s How to Tell
You probably spend a lot of time behind the wheel of your car, but how often do you think about your tires?
Invasive Cannibalistic Worm Found in Tennessee Secretes Poisonous Neurotoxin
There is an invasive species of worm that calls Tennessee home and not only is it cannibalistic, but it's also coated in a neurotoxin and can grow to more than a foot long.
What the Heck is Skunk Cabbage and Where Can You Find It in Indiana?
Skunk cabbage is blooming in Indiana. Here's what you need to know.
Devil’s Claw Might Be the Strangest Seed in Indiana
The witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth may have used "Eye of Newt" and "Toe of Frog" in their cauldrons but in Indiana, we have "Devil's Claw."
Here’s Why You Should Be Using Green Porch Lights in Tennessee
Find out what it means when you see a green porch light in Tennessee, and why you should have one too.
Study Ranks Illinois Among the Best States in America for Singles to Find Love
A new study ranks Illinois among the best states for singles to find love.
Beware: This Invasive Worm Found in Illinois Will Kill Your Lawn
Generally, worms are wonderful friends to have in your garden, but that isn't the case with the invasive species of jumping worms that have infiltrated dozens of Illinois counties