What’s the deal with this movie ROMA winning all these awards? Has anyone made it through the whole thing?
Rents in Fort Wayne are going through the roof! You won’t believe what the monthly average for a 1 bedroom apartment is now!
Does Indiana need a law to make parents follow a schools dress code when they visit the campus? It’s getting out of hand!
60% of women say they do not believe their man when he tells them he is sick. Why?
Mike from the Mitzpah Shrine Circus talks with Jim and Carrie about all things upcoming with the show coming to the Fort Wayne Coliseum.
Do you have lots of clutter in your house? Help for people with cluttered-up homes has arrived!
A city in Florida has passed an ordinance that requires all Christmas Lights taken down by Jan 10. Jim and Carrie also did something like this in Fort Wayne and it was discussed at a City Council Meeting!
When was the last time you changed a flat tire on your car? Like took out the jack and spare tire and went through the whole thing?
What are some restaurants you would drive out of your way to visit?
Jim and Carrie talk to the Ft. Wayne woman who will be on Jeopardy tonight and find out more about the audition process.
Jim and Carrie analyze the song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” to see if it’s appropriate enough to keep on our playlist.
Jim and Carrie ended up talking about how Fort Wayne was on the top “Bomb Target” lists…The Roller Dome has something to do with it!
For Halloween week, Jim and Carrie spoke with Maryann Winkowski, also known as The Ghost Whisperer. She was able to tell if a ghost was in your house, over the phone!
Jim and Carrie celebrated FUN 1017 day (10/17) by talking about how Carrie got married this day 20 years and playing her proposal from 1997.
Carrie digs out Jim’s Malady list from 17 years ago after hearing about how just talking about not feeling well makes you feel even worse!
Cheese Pizza with Candy Corn Sprinkles for Halloween? Before you gag, listen to the taste test!
Bruce Hall from REO Speedwagon calls Jim and Carrie today to talk about their upcoming show in Fort Wayne.
The Memorial Coliseum’s Randy Brown talks to Jim and Carrie about how Ft. Wayne got the Paul McCartney Show and about Tickets.
Jim and Carrie talk with Journey’s Steve Perry!
Former Cosby Show star’s “Job Shaming” backfires!
Jim and Carrie were joined by Fort Wayne’s “The Voice” finalist Christiana Danielle to talk about her upcoming concert at the Clyde
Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad tells Jim and Carrie about how the song “We’re An American Band” came about.
Wayne Nelson from the Little River Band joined Jim and Carrie to talk about their upcoming concert at the Follinger.
Jonathan Cain from Journey has a new book out. He called in to talk about the band with Jim and Carrie.
Jim and Carrie had a call from WANE-TV’s new evening Anchor, Terra Brantley.
Jim and Carrie welcomed Christina Danielle back to Fort Wayne after her Top 10 performance on NBC’s The Voice. She Stopped by to talk about the adventure and what’s next for her.
What do you think is THE most visited attraction in Northeast Indiana? And, no, it’s NOT the Zoo! Listen to the Top 10 places.
DuPont Road’s most popular resident, Graham Wellington, returned just in time to review the new Ruth Chris’s Steak House.
Another $500 Winner on Jim and Carrie’s 5 for $500 this morning. See if you know the answers to these five trivia questions?
Record Store Day is coming up this Saturday and Bob from Wooden Nickel Records was on this morning with a rundown of everything going on.
Jim and Carrie we’re talking about This Day in Fort Wayne History when President Reagan visited during the Flood of ’82 and how young people literally saved the city.
Indiana ranks 48th out of 50 states for Quality of Life. Jim thinks the other cities in the state are depending too much on Fort Wayne.
Jim and Carrie’s 40th Anniversary of the Blizzard of ’78 Show featured a call from the WANE-TV Weatherman who was on that night, Paul Bayrs.
Fort Wayne’s Addison Agen stopped by the Jim and Carrie in the Morning show with a recap of The Voice Finale.
Here’s a behind the scenes look at Elmhurst High School as it stands today before demolition begins.