I received my first record player when I was 2 years old and knew right then that music would be a big part of my life. My mom would turn on the radio every morning before she'd put on the coffee. Today, with all my blessings including 2 wonderful children and a successful morning show, I still wake up each morning to hear the music. Radio is the only job I ever wanted, never has anything else ever crossed my mind.
6 Things That Always Go on Sale in September
September is also the month that items such as televisions, mattresses, swing sets and more, go on sale.
Huffy Corporation Recalls Blue’s Clues Ride-On Toys
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning Americans of a voluntary recall by Huffy Corporation involving the Blue's Clues Foot to Floor Ride-on-Toys sold at Walmart stores across America.
Guaranteed Method to Calm a Crying Baby—”The Hold”
A pediatrician in Santa Monica, California has a proven method that will stop your baby from crying almost 100% of the time.
Whose Fault Is it If Your Phone Wakes You Up in the Middle of the Night?
Whose fault is it that you were awakened—yours or the person who woke you up?
Over 50 Years at Miami Seaquarium, Lolita the Whale May Be Set Free
Lolita the killer whale entered the Miami Seaquarium in 1970.
Have a Horrible Odor, Eliminate It With Apples
I tried everything I knew to try to get the horrible odor out of my home and failed miserably—until I mentioned my dilemma on the air.
What The Weeknd Does With His Tongue on Stage—Sexy or Gross?
So if you haven't seen The Weeknd show off his tongue and all its glory—take a look.
A Hotdog Takes 36.3 Minutes Off Your Lifespan—See the Complete List
A University of Michigan study has America and the world for that matter, in total shock about how some of the foods we enjoy eating affect our lifespan.
Why Do Thunderstorms Make You Sleepy?
No matter if you're at work, at home or at play, you can't outrun the toll thunderstorms take on the body.
Safest Seats on a Plane—Results From 35 Year FAA Study
The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) conducted a 35-year study to determine the safest seat on a plane in the event of an emergency landing, or worse, a crash.