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Local luthier, Tony Carducci, has been repairing donated guitars to donate to those who may otherwise not be able to afford the gift of music.
Davenport man, Dalton Meyer, set a Guinness World Record for clapping the most times in one minute, at a whopping 1,103 claps.
The Loeffler family from Cedar Rapids appeared on Tuesday's episode of Family Feud, and they won! Onto the next round of the show!
Stephanie Erb shares the story of her son Hunter and his relationship with Chicago Bears RB, David Montgomery.
Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, Black Star Riders) stops by to tell a few stories and play a couple of tunes.
Paige King was at the local rodeo when a bull came over the barrier and landed right on her. At the hospital getting checked out, doctors discovered some life-changing news.
Joey Dwyer made an appearance on a national game show yesterday, where he played Pictionary alongside his friend, Ethan, and Jodie Sweetin.
Karen Loula-Castoe appeared on The Price is Right earlier this week, so we caught up with her to hear how filming one of America's favorite gameshows goes.
We talk with Krista Young, whose Facebook post inspired the Wave at Kinnick Stadium, and Megan Gleeson, the mother of a child who was on the 12th floor for the Wave.
The Quad City Storm's head coach, owner, and defenseman stop by to talk the upcoming 2022-2023 season.
Megan's been keeping track of weird one-liners everyone on the morning show has, and she makes us guess who said what.
Josh Mostel, known for his role as King Herod in "Jesus Christ Superstar," and Principal Max Shepard in "Billy Madison" talked with us about his first big break - a bus driver named Wally in a 1972 bus safety video.
We hear stories of people meeting celebrities at pinball machines, in bathrooms, on a walk with their dogs, and more.
Megan practices getting herself out of a trunk, then Hairball tries to show her how it's really done.
We talk with Johnathon Walton, who was scammed out of $92,000 by someone posing to be his best friend. Now, he's warning people of the red flags he wish he could've found, while also hunting for other scammers.
Mark Racop is the only designer licensed by DC Comics to replicate the classic '66 Batmobile. After a missed payment, Mark had to move a customer to the back of the line. The customer responded by having his friend, a California Sheriff, send f
Travis Ried stops by, name drops a few big names he's spent time on stage with and plays us an original.
We talked with Jonathan Knotek, founder and tour guide of Chicago Prohibition Tours, where you head from speakeasy to speakeasy, trying drinks in different places that were once hidden in plain sight.
The kid we once knew, playing over at Rascals Live, is now singing in front of sold-out stadiums alongside the members of Poison.
Stryper's Robert Sweet Talks Cedar Rapids Show, and even gives a shoutout to one of our listeners.
Tommy Lee left the first show on Motley Crue's Stadium Tour after just five songs. Shortly before his speech, he threw a pair of drumsticks - and one was caught by a Def Leppard Superfan.
Megan's not gloating her win or anything, even after this poem she spent all weekend writing.
Dwyer wouldn't let Megan come to the Top Gun 2 premiere, and some women listeners got mad at him. So, he decided to give Megan five Tom Cruise trivia questions, which she has to answer correctly in order to attend the movie.
Kelsey Golden's son snuck her phone away and DoorDashed 31 cheeseburgers.
John Register, who went to high school with Dwyer, is changing lives these days after a hurdle injury changed his life - leading to the amputation of his leg. Now, he works as a Change Mindset Warrior, giving those who need it a different outlo
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