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 a couple cats named Caylie, and Charlie. 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.
Restaurant Chain Expanding Into Eastern Iowa
This will only be their third location in Iowa.
Rockwell Collins Merger Has Only One Remaining Hurdle
The Justice Department has officially given their approval, so now only an approval by foreign authorities is needed.
Toys ‘R’ Us May Return with New Name
Just months after closing all stores across the country, it appears the toy store chain will return with a new name involving their mascot.
Script Writer Revealed for Movie About Nile Kinnick and 1939 Hawkeyes
2019 will mark 80 years since Nile Kinnick won the Heisman Trophy. The anniversary season could be marked with movie cameras in Iowa City.
Police: Human Remains Found in Iowa Belong to Missing Former Officer
The police department she worked for says they have "learned of her passing" after she'd been missing for a decade.
Iowa Department of Transportation Hiring 600 Snowplow Drivers
The employees are needed in over 100 different locations and you can apply now.
The World’s Toughest Rodeo Returns To Cedar Rapids
It's the 40th year for the World's Toughest Rodeo and we have several ways for you to win tickets.
Cedar Rapids Will be Home to Restaurant’s Second Iowa Location
This will be their first location in eastern Iowa!
Iowa Man Makes More Than 97% of Iowans, Playing Video Games
The 27-year-old gamer makes up to a half-million dollars a year!
Cedar Rapids Road to Be Closed For Two-Way Conversion in October
Nearly all of the one-way to two-way conversions have been in the downtown area, but that will change beginning October 1.