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Spirit Lake Shoplifter Wanted

The Spirit Lake Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying a shoplifter...


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Clay County Council on Aging Board Election

Nominations to fill four open positions are currently being accepted.


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Northwest Iowa Polar Plunge Approaching

The Northwest Iowa Polar Plunge takes place at Scharnberg Park at noon April 25th...


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Kim Kardashian, Kanye West among ‘most influential’

The reality TV star and her rapper husband are listed as among the world's top trend setters.


in Weird

Buy our undies … or else

You've got two choices: wear our underwear or go commando.


in Entertainment

#TBT: ‘Casablanca’ premieres

THROWBACK THURSDAY: A look back at a big Thursday in Hollywood history.


in Lifestyle

‘Model G’ closing the gap in hospital gown fashion

A Detroit-based health system is rolling out a hospital gown that aims to offer more style and fix a lack of rear coverage by other gowns.


in Music

Lady Antebellum’s tour bus catches fire

Lady A's lead singer Hillary Scott is OK, after the tour bus she was on burst into flames on a Dallas highway.

Iowa Corn

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ICGA Is Neutral On Technology Lawsuits

JOHNSTON, Iowa — April 16, 2015 – Recent lawsuits against seed companies have caused confusion about the role of the…


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Meow! You can learn to speak ‘cat’

A new book says frisky felines make 16 different meow sounds.

Joyce Alesch Funeral

in Obituaries

Eva Watkins, 86, of Emmetsburg, formerly of Graettinger

Services for 86-year-old Eva Watkins of Emmetsburg, formerly of Graettinger, will be 11am, Saturday, April 18th, at Bethel Lutheran Church…


in Sports

New Kentucky Derby suites offer ‘dirty’ view

A year after a dust up, Churchill Downs is opening suites for the owners of Kentucky Derby horses so close to the track they can see the dirt being kicked up.


in Music

Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard teaming up again

"Django and Jimmie" is due out June 2.

Aaron Putze

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Food and Family Project Update

Aaron Putze is Coordinator of the Iowa Food and Family Project and tells us what the project is, who is involved and ways listeners can get involved.

Farm Setting

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Meteorologist Forecasts Good Weather For Corn Planting

Spencer, IA: (Apr 16, 2015) – KICD Farm Director Dan Skelton visits with DTN Chief Meteorologist Bryce Anderson about weather…


in Sports

Hawks, Habs, Flames open playoffs with wins

The Chicago Blackhawks have the upper hand in their division semifinal series following a marvelous comeback in Nashville.


in Sports

Thursday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, April 16.


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After conviction, many court cases left for Aaron Hernandez

The former New England Patriots tight end was sentenced to life in prison, but his legal troubles aren't over.


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NFL stadium czar meets with Oakland officials

The league's stadium czar pressed Raiders executives and government officials on their efforts to keep the team in the East Bay.


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Climate change plan faces high-profile legal test

The cornerstone of President Barack Obama's plan to address climate change is already facing a high-stakes legal challenge.

Local Headlines

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Buddz’s Arson Plea


One of two people charged in a fire that destroyed a Sheldon business enters a plea...

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Branstad/Reynolds To NW Iowa


Iowa's Governor and Lieutenant Governor are coming to northwest Iowa...

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Fire Crews Called To Rural Storm Lake


Thursday afternoon blaze took down a garage in rural Storm Lake...

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Infant Death Under Investigation


A 5-month-old boy was pronounced dead at the Buena Vista County Hospital...

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Laurens-Marathon and Pocahontas Area Agree To Partial Day Sharing


The partial day sharing agreement will take effect next year for a 3-year-term.