Dodger Stadium Fight Leaves Father Of 4 On Life Support With Fractured Skull
45-year-old father of four, Rafael Reyna, is on life support with a fractured skull after being involved in a fight in the Dodger Stadium parking lot following Friday's extra innings game.
New ways to listen to Community First Broadcasting Stations
In November of 2018, Community First Broadcasting sought out to enhance and expand the ways our listeners could access our stations KUOO, Q102, Y100 and Xtreme Country 105.7 beyond the traditional FM dial. It all started with a new streaming player under the listen tab on exploreokoboji.com and country1057.com respectively. The new stream features more artist information and an on demand section for previous sports broadcasts The changes then expanded into listeners pockets with a brand new Okoboji Radio app. This new app is available in the App Store for iPhones and the Google Play Store for Androids. Listeners are encouraged to update to the latest version to ensure that they get the new Okoboji Radio…
'London Bridge Is Down': Inside the Death of a Queen and Top Secret Funeral Plans
Plans for Queen's death start with her doctor, end in 10-day funeral
Green Bay Packers legend Bart Starr passes away at 85
The Green Bay Packers announced Sunday that Green Bay Packers legend Bart Starr has passed away at age 85. The Green Bay Packers announced Sunday that Green Bay Packers legend Bart Starr has passed away at age 85.
If You See These Scuff Marks On A Diaper Changing Station, Be Very Careful
A mother is spreading a word of caution in a Facebook post that's going viral.
Henry Winkler (the Fonz) visits Shady Maple in Lancaster County
Thousands line up every day for the all you can eat buffet at Shady Maple. Recently,one of those people really stood out.
NPR: What Radio Hosts Really Wear
Whether responding to breaking news, hosting a musical performance or interviewing heads of state, employees at NPR aim to dress appropriately for their roles.
CuriosiD: What is the History of Detroit's Times Square?
The Detroit Times was first published in 1900 under the name Detroit Today. After a few years, it went into receivership, and William Randolph Hearst bought it in 1921. Around that time, the paper’s name was changed to the Detroit Times The newspaper’s building was located at Cass Avenue and Times Square in the city’s downtown. Famed architect Albert Kahn designed the building, which was completed by 1929. Housing the earthshaking printing presses and a rather utilitarian newsroom, the building also had a lavish lobby designed in the Art Deco style, which was popular at the time. Across the street were Times Square Park and Times Square Bar, which was one of several local watering holes frequented by Detroit Times reporters. The paper was bought out by its rival The Detroit News in…
Downtown Sioux Falls Trolley announces 2019 Season Schedule
The Downtown Sioux Falls Trolley summer season is about to begin! Here's how you can get in on the fun!
5 Year Old Kennewick Girl Dies From Accidental Drowning
Tragic news for a Tri-Cities family 5 year old Adalynn Gaddis was found at the bottom of a Finley pool on Sunday the young gir