Annie was born and raised in Northwest Indiana with her younger sister and parents in Hammond. After spending some time out of the area chasing the radio dream she has moved back to start a family with her two main men: Jager the mutt and fiance Rob. When she is not on the air Annie enjoys cheering her favorite Chicago sports teams (Da Bears, Da Bulls, And Da Sox), hiking, and exploring new fairs and festivals! (Anything Deep Fried she's in!) Annie cannot wait to share her life with you on air and is excited to be back in the Region doing what she loves!
Lindsay Lohan destroyed a $1,750 designer dress she had borrowed from designer Phillip Bloch for a charity event. When Lindsay returned the gown it was half it's original length. She reportedly ripped it at a club after the fundraiser, and one of her stylist friends went to the club bouncer and borrowed some scissors to cut off the ripped part. (Who borrows Lindsay anything at this point?!?!)
A billionaire is planning to build a replica of the Titanic. The maiden voyage is planned for 2016. A high-tech version of the fated luxury ocean liner is expected to sail from England to New York. A gala promoting the project was held over the weekend, featuring the original Titanic menu and over 110 guests. It was announced that although it will cost over $200 million to build the replica ship, plans are moving forward.
This year, it's not being called the "Academy Awards". It will simply be known as "the Oscars". Academy spokeswoman Teni Melidonian confirmed that the change has happened for the upcoming show, but said, "We could easily go back to using 'Academy Awards' next year." I say call it whatever you want... do you have a favorite movie nominated this year?
"American Idol" changed up its format last night, holding a sudden death round to start whittling down the Top 40. Ten of the Top 20 women performed, with five getting eliminated — and five making it into the upcoming live shows as part of the Top 20 overall. So, which girls made it and which fell just short?
FIRST FIVE WOMEN IN THE TOP 20
WOMEN CUT FROM THE SHOW
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Here's an inspirational story to start your day with... Robin Roberts makes her return to Good Morning American today! She’s been recovering from a bone-marrow transplant that she needed to treat a rare blood disorder and has been off the air since Aug. 30.
The Post Office is so desperate to make money they are set to launch their own clothing line in 2014!!! It has inked a licensing deal with an Ohio-based clothing company to produce a line of apparel dubbed “Rain Heat & Snow.” The attire aims to reach well beyond T-shirts and baseball caps to include “wearable electronics”—like jackets with iPod controls built into the sleeve, USPS spokesman Roy Betts explained to Yahoo News.
Kevin Bacon has been married for almost 25 years, but he may have gotten himself into some trouble with his wife this week. He stopped by The Tonight show with Jay Leno and let a secret slip about his wife Kyra Sedgwick... she's afraid of talking food!
Do you ever catch yourself telling your kids little white lies to get them to do what you want? I mean we are ALL guilty of this a time or two in our lives!!! There was a new poll on iVillage that asked parents some of the best lies they've told and here are some of the best responses!
"I told my kids they were allergic to chocolate and caffeine. It worked until I was outed by a friend years later." -- Terri
"I told my son that if an ice cream man is playing music from his truck, it's to tell children that he's out of ice cream." – David
"When we took my kids to an indoor waterpark resort that also had an enormous arcade filled with bad carnival prizes, I told them that the arcade was for the kids who were afraid of the water. My kids never stepped a foot inside that arcade the three days we stayed. However, on the way to the water park each day, they would pause long enough in front of the glass to pity those inside." -- Karen
"I told my boys that their teeth will fall out if they bite people." -- Christine
"When going on long car trips we told them that the car went faster when they were asleep. It always worked and got them to nap." – Trish
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