Local Student Overcomes Cancer, Obstacles of COVID-19 to Earn Doctorate

August 23, 2021

Above Photo: Rachel Krueger crosses the stage to receive her doctorate at the May 2021 commencement. Rachel Krueger has worked in education for more than

Weekend Plans? World Record For Bagpipe Playing On Pikes Peak Set in Co.

August 20, 2021

A Colorado Springs man will attempt to set a world record for bagpipe playing on Pikes Peak this weekend.  Bruce Parkman plans to play for

Field Of Dreams Comes True

August 12, 2021

 As Major League Baseball comes to town, locals in Dyersville, Iowa are remembering when “Field of Dreams” was filmed there over 30 years ago.  Some

Orlando #1 For 9 Lives

August 2, 2021

Cat owners are living their best life in Orlando.  That’s according to a recent report from LawnStarter, which compiled a list of the best cities

Online Giant Falls Short

July 29, 2021

 Amazon is falling short on what analysts expected in revenue for the first time in three years.  The online marketplace reported revenue of just over

Home Run Birthday for Longtime Fan

July 23, 2021

 How does a person who’s spent 62 years working at a ballpark spend his 87th birthday?  Alisa Zee knows. Click below to hear the story.

Trashing The Idea of a $20K Trash Can

July 22, 2021

Throwing away trash could get very expensive in San Francisco.  The city is looking to spend up to 20-thousand dollars for prototypes of a sidewalk

Needle Drop Continues to Tick Up

July 13, 2021

The comeback of the vinyl record continues.  Over 19-million vinyl albums were sold in the first six months of this year, outselling CDs by around

WI Brothers Milk The Sweet Life

June 21, 2021

There was no question what twin brothers Jason and Justin Sparrgrove wanted to be when they grew up. The question was how they could financially

Something to Buzz About

June 18, 2021

 Wisconsinites are being asked to support bees and butterflies.  Sue Danielson reports.