It's hard to believe that it's been over 20 years for me in the Cedar Valley. I'm proud to be born and bred in Iowa. When I'm not on the air, I love playing in the dirt. Whether hanging out at one of the many Iowa dirt tracks or riding my mountain bike, I never seem to keep my shoes clean. Cleaning up after Tripp 'The Dog' at the Doren Manse Sports Bar & Grill doesn't keep the shoes clean either.
Downtown Waterloo Snow Removal Slated for Sunday
The City of Waterloo has scheduled snow removal for the downtown area for Sunday, February 11, 2018. Vehicles will need to be moved or risk being towed.
School Announcements for Friday, February 9, 2018
Several schools have altered their daily schedule for Friday, February 9, 2018 due to the snow storm that hit Iowa overnight.
Winter Storm Expected to Drop 4 to 8 Inches in East & Northeast Iowa
A band of snow is expected to develop, and the snow will become heavy at times tonight. Total snow accumulations of four to eight inches are expected.
Hawkeye Dirt Tour & Dirt Knight Merge for 2018 Season
The Hawkeye Dirt Tour and the Dirt Knights will merge into what promises to be an even big modified tour in 2018.
‘The Nut Job 2′ is Next Featured Kids Winter Film Series Movie
Bring the kids out to the movies for only $3 per pass. This weekend 'Nut Job 2' is the featured Kids Dream Winter Series' movie.
Black Hawks Take Top Spot in Western Conference, Rivalry Game Saturday
With their win Tuesday night, the Waterloo Black Hawks moved into the top spot in the USHL's Western Conference.
More Snow Expected This Week in the Cedar Valley
The National Weather Service in Des Moines is calling for more snow to find its way to the Cedar Valley this week.
Black Hawks Continue To Build Momentum, Score Tuesday Game Passes
The Waterloo Black Hawks continue to be one of the hottest teams in the USHL. Come cheer on on hometown team Tuesday night. We have free passes.
Winter Weather Advisory Today as Snow Storm Blows Into Iowa
A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect today (Feb. 5, 2018) from 9:00 AM until 9:00 PM.
Waterloo 4th Grade Student Advances to State Geography Bee
An Orange Elementary fourth grade student won the school competition of the National Geographic Bee. Now he is eligible for the state contest.