Iowa State News
Official confirms black bear sighting in Dubuque
A state conservation officer says paw prints found behind a home in Dubuque are likely those of a black bear. The yard where the bear was spotted is in the city of Dubuque, but near a heavily wooded state recreation area known as the Mines of Spain. Nate Johnson — a conservation officer for the […]Full Post...
John Wayne Museum now open in Winterset
A project that began in 2008 is now complete and the John Wayne Birthplace Museum is open for visitors in Winterset. The four-bedroom home in which Marion Morrison was born in 1907 has been a tourist stop since the 1980s, but the museum next-door to catalogue the life of the movie star who became known […]Full Post...
Iowan preparing for World Gliding Championships
A native of northwest Iowa is one of just two Americans selected to compete in the World Gliding Championships this summer. Tony Condon of Estherville graduated from Iowa Lakes Community College in pre-engineering and finished his education at Iowa State University in aerospace engineering. “I got interested in aviation in Estherville when I was in […]Full Post...
Grinnell art gallery to feature visitors’ reactions
An art gallery in Grinnell will be featuring the creativity of visitors alongside the artwork in its new “Open to Interpretation” exhibit. Leslie Wright, the director of the Faulconer Gallery on the Grinnell College campus, describes it as sort of an open invitation to visitors. “To add their own comments, interpretations, notes, poetry, drawings — […]Full Post...
Chain email offers bogus advice on surviving a heart attack
An email is being forwarded around from Iowans to their loved ones that claims to contain advice about how to survive a heart attack if you’re alone. One expert says the email offers terrible advice. It claims you should cough, hard, with each breath until help arrives. Dr. Shikar Saxena, a cardiologist in Omaha-Council Bluffs, […]Full Post...
News & Weather on Your Phone
Yup... That would be our "Woody" interviewing a sheep at our local Webster City Hy-Vee!
Look closely! Picture taken on Memorial Day, May 25th, 2015 during a Severe Thunderstorm right outside of Webster City. No worries... this is not a tornado. This is just peculiar rain coming down in one spot.
Boys from T&T Line-X did a great job recording!