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Thursday June 24th Local Sports
Sports News
  • Overbeck knocks in six in Mohawk rout of Waterloo East
  • #2/1A Newman scores 25 runs in doubleheader sweep of Forest City
  • Newman softball team wins eighth straight, beats Forest City 9-7
  • Corn Bowl Conference softball race tighents up, North Butler beats Central Springs in extras
  • Twins fall at Milwaukee, series finale this afternoon (1:10 first pitch on KRIB)
News Posted by fisher on Thursday, June 24
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Wright County under Emergency Declaration
Breaking News CLARION --- Wright County is officially in a state of emergency. The Wright County Board of Supervisors this morning passed a Declaration of Emergency for the county. Anybody in the rural portion of Wright County experiencing damage should report to Wright County Sheriff Paul Schultz at 515-532-3722, or Wright County Emergency Management Director Jim Lester at 515-602-6821 to fill out forms. Anyone experiencing damage inside the city limits of their community should contact their city hall to fill out the forms. Reports will be turned over to state and federal authorities for financial consideration of reimbursement for damages. This however does not guarantee any reimbursement. Authorities are asking people to stay away from standing water around or in your home to avoid any risk of injury from electrical shock. Wright County authorities say they’ve seen several homes with unstable basement walls, and they are directing people to stay out of saturated confined spaces such as basements as they may collapse.
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 23
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Wednesday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Wright, Franklin, southern Cerro Gordo counties dealing with flooding after overnight storms
  • Home sales up in May
  • Iowa making significant strides to bring high-speed internet to rural areas
  • Smokers noticing changes after new law goes into effect
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 23
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Wednesday June 23rd Local News
Daily News
  • Flooding impacts parts of north-central Iowa
  • Mason City council delays streetscape decision
  • Legal experts say Rubashkin sentence is severe but not surprising
  • Belmond ma pleads guilty to federal meth charges
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 23
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Wednesday June 23rd Local Sports
Sports News
  • Clear Lake sweeps St. Ansgar in baseball
  • Mohawks pick up win on road at Des Moines Hoover
  • Clear Lake softball team wins at Garner-Hayfield
  • Newman picks up key road victory at Belmond-Klemme
  • Dowling sweeps Mason City in high school softball
  • Twins lose at Milwaukee
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 23
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Tuesday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Mason City council to discuss streetscape bids, library improvements
  • Belmond man pleads guilty to meth distribution charges
  • Grassley unhappy with EPA ruling on E-15 ethanol
  • ISU researcher working on better flood forecasting
News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, June 22
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Tuesday June 22nd Local News
Daily News
  • Police make an arrest after weekend assault
  • Corn in good shape despite wet weather
  • Stoyles win Noon Rotary "Service Above Self" award
  • Rubashkin to receive 27 year sentence today on federal fraud charges
  • Who will Branstad pick as his running mate?
News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, June 22
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Tuesday June 22nd Local Sports
Sports News
  • Mohawks sweep Ames in baseball, Little Cyclones sweep MCHS in softball
  • Newman baseball, softball teams pick up wins at Lake Mills
  • Clear Lake at St. Edmond --- baseball split doubleheader, Gaels sweep Lions softball
  • Radio Iowa/IHSBCA baseball rankings --- Newman drops to #2/1A, MCHS down to #5/4A
  • Greatest ever track and field meet in Iowa starts tomorrow with USA championships
News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, June 22
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Monday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Heavy rain still a possibility in forecast in next couple of days
  • Former Agriprocessors manager Rubashkin sentenced to 27 years on federal fraud charges
  • Clear Lake City Council looks at ambulance agreement with Ventura
  • Who will Branstad choose as running mate?
  • Father's Day a good reminder to get a regular cancer screening
News Posted by fisher on Monday, June 21
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Monday June 21st Local News
Daily News
  • Unemployment down in state
  • Former Iowa Department of Education head says agency decimated by early retirements, budget cuts
  • Ethics officials hearing more questions about retirement gifts
  • Military official continue investigation into death of Iowa soldier
News Posted by fisher on Monday, June 21
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Monday June 21st Local Sports
Sports News
  • Mason City wins its own Mohawk Softball Invitational, Clear Lake finishes seventh
  • Newman wins own tournament in both baseball, softball
  • Twins win series finale in Philly
  • Kanaan wins Iowa 250

TONIGHT (weather permitting):

AM-1300 KGLO --- Mason City High BB vs. Ames (DH) --- 5:30
AM-1490 KRIB --- Clear Lake SB @ St. Edmond (DH) --- 5:30

News Posted by fisher on Monday, June 21
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Friday June 18th afternoon update
Daily News
  • Rural Albert Lea woman dead after tornado Thursday
  • More severe weather this weekend
  • Charles City man sentenced on child neglect charges
  • Branstad, Culver differ on state-funded pre-school
News Posted by fisher on Friday, June 18
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Thursday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Severe weather outbreak possible later today
  • Winnebago returns to profitability, posts $6 million net income in third quarter
  • Mason City council turns down for now looking into using leftover I-JOBS money
  • Black bear continues to roam the Cedar River area
  • Harkin finds out he owns BP stock
News Posted by fisher on Thursday, June 17
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Thursday June 17th Local News
Daily News
  • Mason City man has kidnapping & burglary charges upgraded, faces life in prison if convicted
  • Police looking for Mason City man after assault at bar earlier in month
  • Latham says Obama needs to step up efforts in Gulf after oil spill
  • State officials warn about dangers of a legal substance being billed as synthetic marijuana
News Posted by fisher on Thursday, June 17
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Thursday June 17th Local Sports
Sports News
  • Mason City splits CIML baseball doubleheader with Fort Dodge, softball team swept by Dodgers
  • Newman beats West Hancock in baseball and softball
  • Adams fires one-hitter in Clear Lake baseball win over Clarion-Goldfield
  • Baker strikes out 12 in Twins win over Colorado
  • ISU men's basketball coach Hoiberg glad Big 12 situation is settled
  • Favre's doctor says ankle surgery went well, few more weeks of rehab ahead
News Posted by fisher on Thursday, June 17
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Latham reacts to Obama speech on oil spill
Breaking News WASHINGTON --- North-central Iowa Congressman Tom Latham says the federal government’s response to the Gulf Oil spill has been poor and it’s time for President Obama to step up efforts. He says Obama talking about going forward all sounds good, but the concern is being two months into the disaster and what hasn’t been done and the denial of help from outside sources. Latham says Obama seemed to use his Oval Office speech on Tuesday night as more of an opportunity to push his agenda than to address fixing the spill. He says Obama spent about a third of the speech about new opportunities for more government control and higher taxes instead of spending it on solving the problem. An Associated Press poll indicates that 52-percent of Americans disapprove of Obama’s handling of the oil spill crisis. That disapproval rating is about the same as President George W. Bush had after Hurricane Katrina. Obama’s overall approval rating is stable at about 50-percent.


Latham was on the KGLO "Midday Report" with News Director Bob Fisher. A copy of the interview can be found this afternoon on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kglonews
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 16
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Wednesday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Mason City police looking for assault suspect
  • Humane Society of US files complaint against Rose Acre farms
  • World Food Prize winners announced
  • Report says Iowa to create half-million jobs by 2018
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 16
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Wednesday June 16th Local News
Daily News
  • Names of two arrested in high speed chase released
  • Plumbing issues causing a problem with Mason City Public Library renovation --- click to link to audio from last night's meeting and public forum afterwards
  • Branstad stops in Mason City, says he wants to unify GOP
  • Congressman King stands by comments that have drawn national attention
  • Casey's reports record earnings
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 16
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Wednesday June 16th Local Sports
Sports News
  • Newman beats Don Bosco in battle of top-ranked Class 1A teams
  • Mason City beats Charles City in non-conference baseball
  • Newman softball socks out 17 hits in win at Riceville
  • Pavano shines in Twins win over Colorado
  • Ten is fine with the Big 12 according to commissioner
News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, June 16
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Tuesday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Two arrested after high speed chase in Cerro Gordo County
  • Branstad stops in Mason City, touts party unity
  • Culver says state won't give back "Help America Vote Act" funding
  • Lawmakers call off plans to study medical marijuana
  • Casey's reports record earnings
News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, June 15
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High speed pursuit in CL --- US 218 tanker truck incident
Breaking News
CLEAR LAKE --- Two people have been arrested after a high speed chase that started in Clear Lake and ended in a rural portion of Cerro Gordo County this morning. Iowa State Patrol spokesman Mark Domino says Clear Lake police attempted to stop a vehicle that was reported stolen out of the Urbandale area. A pursuit took place, ending up with the vehicle being in the ditch at the intersections of County Roads B-43 and S-56 south of Portland. Domino says the two people taken into custody were wanted for outstanding warrants. Clear Lake police were assisted by the Iowa State Patrol, Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Department and Sheffield Police Department.



 

CHARLES CITY --- The Iowa State Patrol is also dealing with an overturned tanker truck on the Avenue of the Saints near Charles City this morning. The Iowa Department of Transportation says the southbound right lane of US Highway 218 was closed at the 225 mile marker due to that tanker truck incident. No other details have been released by the State Patrol, which is being assisted by Floyd County authorities at the scene.

News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, June 15
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Tuesday June 15th Local News
Daily News
  • Trial delayed for man accused of murdering Hancock County native
  • Quarantine issued for wood in Allamakee County
  • DNR says black bear has moved southward
  • Branstad stops in Mason City today
  • Iowa Family PAC says they won't support Branstad
News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, June 15
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Tuesday June 15th Local Sports
Sports News
  • With one foot seeming to be in the grave, Big 12 rises with Texas committment to stay
  • Latest Radio Iowa/Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association rankings --- Newman #1/1A, Mason City #2/4A
  • Mohawk baseball team splits, softball team swept at Marshalltown
  • Twins say ticket sales surpass three million mark
News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, June 15
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Monday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Trial delayed for man accused of killing Duncan native
  • Allamakee County under quarantine to prevent spread of Emerald Ash Borer
  • Iowa Family Policy PAC will not support Branstad
  • Youth getting ready to ride in RAGBRAI "Dream Team" program
News Posted by fisher on Monday, June 14
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Monday June 14th Local News
Daily News
  • Culver says Branstad will stand in the way of progress
  • Conlin rips Grassley on number of issues at IDP convention
  • Grassley has new suggestions for oil spill cleanup
  • Iowa bank & credit union heads in Washington lobbying against debit card fee changes
  • Charge it --- Clerk of US District Court for Northern District of Iowa now takes credit cards
News Posted by fisher on Monday, June 14
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Monday June 14th Local Sports
Sports News
  • Braves beat Twins in series finale
  • Will Big 12 continue to crumble this week?
  • Great Britain's Don, Australia's Snowsill win Hy-Vee Triathlon
  • Drake getting ready to host USA Track and Field Championships next week

TONIGHT (weather permitting):

AM-1300 KGLO --- Mason City High baseball at Marshalltown (DH) --- 5:30
AM-1490 KRIB --- Clear Lake softball vs. Humboldt (DH) --- 5:30

News Posted by fisher on Monday, June 14
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Weekend Update
Daily News
  • Calhoun County authorities say "several" people dead in farmhouse in rural portion of area
  • Mason City native appointed to US Attorney General's advisory committee
  • Branstad mum on running mate possibilities
  • Grassley says Congress will keep eye on Big 12 situation, but likely not get involved
  • RAGBRAI director applauds efforts of Clear Lake, Algona, Charles City
News Posted by fisher on Friday, June 11
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Friday June 11th Local News
Daily News
  • Concepcion found guilty of first-degree murder
  • More charges filed in Iowa Film Office scandal
  • DCI unveils new website to help protect children from online predators
  • Democrat state convention this weekend
  • Blood centers merging, event held in Mason City last night
News Posted by fisher on Friday, June 11
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Friday June 11th Local Sports
Sports News
  • Twins winning streak snapped by Royals
  • Twins place Hardy on DL
  • Beginning of the end for the Big 12? Colorado votes to join Pac-10, Nebraska decision could come today
  • Weather impacts high school play

TONIGHT (weather permitting):

AM-1490 KRIB --- Clear Lake baseball at Webster City --- 7:15

News Posted by fisher on Friday, June 11
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Thursday afternoon update
Daily News
  • Foreclosures up in Iowa
  • Branstad promises to be against union-backed legislation
  • Blood centers merging, event today at Mason City blood center
  • Harkin says feds should stay out of Big 12 breakup
  • When does that $200K Powerball ticket expire?
News Posted by fisher on Thursday, June 10
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