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!
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On Tuesday, the crazy kids reportedly closed the park to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary with Carey dressed as a princess and Cannon as Prince Charming. The couple went big: A horse-drawn carriage took the couple and their twins ("Dem Babies" were dressed identically to their parents) through the park to Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, where the pair renewed their vows in front of a large crowd.
Twins always have the same birthday, right? Wrong. Amy and Katie Jones-Elliott from Waterford, Ireland, were born an inconceivable 87 days apart, which has earned them honors from Guinness World Records for the longest interval between twin births. Mom Maria's water broke on June 1, a terrifying four months early, and Amy popped out weighing a minuscule 1 pound, 3 ounces. But Katie stayed put until Aug. 27, when she was finally born. Winning the record sounds fun, but Maria calls the interval "the hardest three months of our lives," explaining that both babies could have died. "Amy was fighting for her life in an incubator and Katie was struggling to survive in my womb." The babies are now doing fine.
Could the Washington Redskins dump their eternally offensive name before the start of the next NFL season? They will if D.C. City Councilman David Grosso has anything to do with it. Grosso. Grosso has also proposed that the 'Skins become the Redtails, a name that would honor the Tuskegee Airmen, the African-American pilots who flew in World War II. "You can still sing ['Hail to the Redtails']," Grosso said. "And you can still keep the feather."