Each year Star 106 hosts the Star 106 McCloskey Appliance Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon to raise money to help the Children’s Miracle Network and the University Of Iowa Children’s Hospital. ... Read more
AM-1300 KGLO and Corporate Farmer of Mason City as we take a bus trip to watch some Iowa Hawkeyes football! Iowa takes on Michigan at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, November 12th and you can be there to see the action!... Read more
MESERVEY — A north-central Iowa man, wanted in a kidnapping and assault case, is now in custody. Police arrested 41-year-old Charles Albright of Meservey at a home in rural Rockwell late Wednesday night. Authorities had been searching for Albright since October 7, when a 36-year-old woman claimed she’d been beaten and kidnapped. The victim called
MASON CITY — A handful of forums featuring Iowa candidates seeking federal office are being held this month, but there will be no debate in Iowa’s fourth congressional district. “You can probably rest pretty easy that we’ll get to November 8th without one.” That’s Republican Congressman Steve King of Kiron. King is on the 2016
MASON CITY — The candidates running for the 8th District seat in the Iowa House disagreed on the use of tax credits to lure businesses to the state during their appearance on AM-1300 KGLO last night. Incumbent Terry Baxter, a Republican from Garner, is being challenged by Nancy Huisinga, a Democrat from Clarion. Huisinga says
CEDAR FALLS — The board that governs the three state universities Thursday approved the first vote on a proposed two percent increase in tuition for students who are Iowa residents. It’s part of a plan to set the tuition rate for each of the next two school years, if there is a corresponding increase in
= Friday – AM-1300 KGLO — Mason City vs. Cedar Rapids Jefferson — pre-game 7:00, kickoff 7:30 – 93.9 KIA — Newman vs. North Butler — pre-game 6:45, kickoff 7:00 – AM-1490 KRIB — “This Week in College Football” Big Ten preview 5:45; “Radio Iowa Scouting Report” 6:15; Clear Lake at New Hampton — pre-game
With songs such as "Take Me Home," Phil Collins has touched millions of fans over the years. Now, after touching bottom in his personal life, he's telling his story in a new memoir, "Not Dead Yet," a candid chronicle of his struggles with marriage, drinking and fame. He talks about the liberation of writing to […]
Maureen Dowd has plenty to say about Clinton vs. Trump. And not surprisingly, the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist has found she can't please everyone, not even her own siblings, as she reveals to Mo Rocca in a round of Questions and Answers.
Author John Grisham has had 28 consecutive #1 New York Times fiction bestsellers, since "The Pelican Brief" in 1992. Now he's back with his latest novel, "The Whistler." The former attorney talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about how he happily dropped his law career, though he never really left the law far behind.
Along I-15 in Nevada, just outside Las Vegas, seven technicolor rock towers appear as if a mirage in the desert. It's the vision of Ugo Rondinone, a Swiss artist living in Harlem, who calls his Day-Glo painted limestone creations the Seven Magic Mountains. Lee Cowan made a pilgrimage.