I have lived and worked in Hannibal most of my life. I graduated from Gem City College in Quincy with an Associates in Business Administration. I have a background in retail sales management at JCPenney and have also worked in banking. I would say my extensive background in customer service has been an asset in journalism as well. I am acquainted with a lot of people in the area, including community leaders and public officials. I have worked in the News Department at KHMO since 2007. It is truly the most challenging and interesting job I have ever held. I consider myself a "late bloomer" Baby Boomer...but that's better than never!
Hannibal Landmark to be Restored
A famous Hannibal landmark will soon be more resplendent than ever.
Council Hears Funding Request for NEMO Shelter
Elise Blue of the Northeast Missouri Humane Society says the shelter needs $175,000 to care for the nearly 2,000 animals it takes in each year.
Pike County Mo Drug Arrest
A Frankford, Missouri man was arrested on drug charges Thursday after authorities execute a search warrant at his residence.
Quincy Man Arrested on Sexual Assault Charges
A 25 year-old Quincy man is behind bars after a sexual assault investigation.
Winter Storm Misses Area, Snow Emergency Cancelled
The National Weather Service has cancelled the Winter Storm Warning for northeast Missouri / West Central Illinois.
Hannibal Police Asking Public to Avoid Travel
With the snowstorm already dumping 8 inches of snow in Hannibal, police are requesting motorists stay off the roads if at all possible.
Vehicle Strikes KHMO Building After Collision
You might say the news struck close to home again Friday evening.
Drug Bust in Scott County Illinois
Authorities seize 6 pounds of cannabis and a Hummer after a traffic stop along I-72 in Scott County.
Boil Order Issued for Lake Apollo Area of Hannibal
The Hannibal Board of Public Works has issued a precautionary 48-hour boil order for the Lake Apollo area, from Gemini to Sunburst including Saturn Drive.
Wells Fargo Settlement Will Bring Millions to Missouri and Illinois
A multi-state legal settlement means a megabank will pay a total of $575 million to all 50 states.