Welcome to KQ92’s Annual Home Show! Save the Dates: February 24th & 25th, 2024 There is truly no place like home! Whether you’re envisioning renovations, dreaming up new projects, or seeking expert advice, mark your calendars for
Welcome to KQ92’s Annual Home Show! Save the Dates: February 24th & 25th, 2024 There is truly no place like home! Whether you’re envisioning renovations, dreaming up new projects, or seeking expert advice, mark your […]
Washington (AP) — President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order and create a new federal rule Wednesday aimed at better securing the nation’s ports from potential cyberattacks. The administration is outlining a set of
Arlene M. Bonnesen, age 96, passed away peacefully, February 11, 2024, at Wapello Specialty Care Nursing Home in Wapello, Iowa. Arlene was born May 3, 1927, to Arthur “A.J” and Veronica Christensen. After graduating from Otho High
Atlantic City, N.J. (AP) — America’s commercial casinos won $66.5 billion from gamblers in 2023, the industry’s best year ever, according to figures released by its national trade association Tuesday. The American Gaming Association said that the
Des Moines, IA- The Iowa Senate has passed a bill that would establish a $135 fine for motorists caught lingering too long in the left-hand lane. Radio Iowa reports that Senator Mike Klemish of Spillville says under
Prominent blues rock guitarist Philip Sayce’s latest album, The Wolves Are Coming, emerges as a thunderous and fitting follow-up to The post Philip Sayce: The Wolves Are Coming Review appeared first on Blues Rock Review.
Gary Clark Jr. performed “Maktub” on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. The song is from Clark’s upcoming album, JPEG The post Watch Gary Clark Jr. perform “Maktub” on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon appeared first on Blues Rock Review.
New Alabama coach Kalen DeBoer is embracing the challenge of being Nick Saban's successor, telling ESPN on Wednesday that he's aware of the current narrative that the Crimson Tide are finally vulnerable.
Marshawn Lynch submitted to a DUI charge Wednesday, but the case will be closed as a reckless driving offense pending his completion of certain conditions of a plea agreement, according to his attorneys.