Hello, K-Hawk Country. I've been calling KHAK listeners like you, and the region, that for longer than I sometimes like to admit. Cedar Rapids and 98.1 KHAK have been my home since 1990. Very few people are lucky enough to be able to call one place home for as long as I have and I'm extremely thankful you've put up with me for all these years. My wife, Julie, and I make Cedar Rapids home and we have three cats named Charlie, Chance, and Cole. We also have a dog named Casey. I'm a Hawkeye fan (foremost), closely followed by the Cardinals (baseball). I also root for the Minnesota Vikings.
All Entertainment Postponed at 2020 Great Jones County Fair
This year's fair will look and sound very different.
Adventureland Replacing 30-Year-Old Roller Coaster With New Ride
While the theme park waits to open for the season, construction crews are taking advantage.
Baseball May Resume Around July 4th With Designated Hitter & Reduced Salaries
COVID-19 isn't the only hurdle that may prevent the return of Major League Baseball.
Governor Announces Seven New Outbreaks at Long-Term Care Facilities
Governor Reynolds also announced a second drive-thru testing center will be opening, this one in eastern Iowa.
Mt Vernon Native Tristan Wirfs Taken in First Round of NFL Draft
He's the sixth Iowa Hawkeye taken in the first round of the draft in the last decade.
2020 Cedar Rapids Freedom Festival Canceled
A wide variety of popular events will not be happening this summer.
Iowa Pastor & Former Mayor Beats COVID-19, Returns Home to Incredible Welcome [VIDEOS]
March 31, the family was told he was dying. 15 days later, he was released from the hospital.
Unemployed Iowans to Receive Extra $600 Each Week
The weekly bonuses will be paid starting this week.
Nearly 500 People Attended Iowa Horse Auction Thursday
The event clearly defied an order to not gather in groups of more than 10.
U.S. Unemployment Numbers Double Previous Record, Iowa’s Shoot Up
Two weeks ago, more Americans filed their first week of unemployment insurance than any week in history. Last week, it got far worse across the U.S. and in Iowa.