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!
Check Out The 3 Trending Topics Of The Day! (Audio Version Is On Demand)
JENNIFER LAWRENCE FILMS CAMEO IN DUMB & DUMBER SEQUEL
Jennifer Lawrence has shot a cameo in the forthcoming Dumb and Dumber sequel, according to a report. The actress spent one day on the set of “Dumb and Dumber To” in Atlanta, Georgia, to film her guest role, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She is said to be playing a younger version of Kathleen Turner's character Fraida Feltcher, a former love interest for the hapless duo played by Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels.
EVA LONGORIA TALKS ABOUT GEORGE CLOONEY RUMORS
On "Access Hollywood," Eva Longoria talked about rumors that she and George Clooney are dating. She says they have been friends for years, nothing more.
BREAKING BAD HOMEOWNER SAYS HE WILL NOT SELL FOR ANY PRICE DESPITE PUTTING UP WITH OVER A THOUSAND VISITORS A MONTH
The series finale of “Breaking Bad” aired last night. The couple who live inside Walter White's house from the hit AMC show have said that they won't sell the home they have been living in since 1973. The dwelling in Albuquerque, New Mexico, draws thousands of visitors every month. While the home is worth anywhere up to $200,000, Fran and Louie Padilla could expect some “Breaking Bad” aficionado to part with millions just to get their hands on the property, which has assumed unofficial American landmark status. However, the Padillas say that the memories they have of raising a family inside the home are priceless and that no amount of money could ever persuade them to part with their home.