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Saturday Night Cruise

Saturday Night Cruise

Listen to AM 1370 KDTH every Saturday night from 7pm-Midnight for TC Christianson and the Saturday Night Cruise. He’ll be taking your requests and playing the greatest hits from the 50s, 60s, More »

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KDTH News and Sports

Hear KDTH News and Sports weekday mornings at 5:30, 6, 6:30, 7, 7:30, 8 & 8:30am, 12 noon, 3pm, 4pm & 5pm. KDTH News on Saturdays can be heard at 6am, 7am, More »

Voices of the Tri-States

Voices of the Tri-States

Voices of the Tri States is a 30 minute public affairs program heard daily Mon-Fri from 12:30p-1p featuring local, state, and national news makers and hosted by Cindy Kohlmann. Voices of the More »

The Big Broadcast

The Big Broadcast

“The Big Broadcast” with host Bill Zwack can be heard every Sunday evening from 6:00pm to midnight on AM 1370 KDTH. But it all started back in the 60s when Bill was More »

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Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Meals on Wheels Cuts (2/25/2018) - State budget cuts are limiting the number of senior citizens a Dubuque-based non-profit can serve. The Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging provides a “meals on wheels” service for people across eighteen area counties. But the number of meals they can serve each day has been slashed in recent years. The agency’s budget has been
  • Betting Bills at the Iowa Statehouse (2/25/2018) - A pair of bills subject to an anticipated Supreme Court ruling are currently being debated in the Iowa Legislature. The court is expected to rule this spring on a lawsuit filed by the state of New Jersey challenging the federal law that allows sports betting in only four states. Iowa is one of more than
  • Cascade House Fire (2/25/2018) - One person was injured in a house fire in Cascade early Saturday morning. The Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department reports that 30-year old Anthony J. Arensdorf was taken to Finley Hospital in Dubuque for treatment of minor burns and smoke inhalation. He was the owner of a home at 704 River Bend Drive NE in Cascade.
  • Grassley Faces Gun Questions at Manchester Town Hall (2/24/2018) - Iowa Senator Charles Grassley faced numerous questions about guns and gun control at a town hall meeting in Manchester yesterday afternoon. Grassley spoke to a standing room only crowd at the Delaware County Courthouse as part of his effort to visit all 99 of Iowa’s counties each year. When asked about bringing back a federal
  • Dubuque School Officials Explain Threat Examination Process (2/24/2018) - Dubuque school officials are revealing a little bit of how they determine whether a threat against a school is credible. Classes were cancelled across the Dubuque district on Friday after district leaders and police weren’t able to determine the severity of a threat against Senior High School. By mid-morning, they decided there was no danger,

Sports

  • Basketball (2/25/2018) - Men’s College Basketball: Men’s College Basketball MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – Jevon Carter scored 24 points and made some history as No. 21 West Virginia pulled away for an 85-70 victory over Iowa State. COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) – No. 17 Michigan easily defeated Maryland 85-61 for its fifth straight victory. Using runs of 9-0 and
  • Area Scoreboard 2/25 (2/25/2018) - Pella, Iowa — The Wartburg women’s team and the University of Dubuque men’s team won the titles at the 2018 Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships, held the past two days on the campus of Central College. The Spartans, who last year won their first conference indoor title, repeated in dramatic fashion by holding on
  • US Men Claim Curling Gold…TWolves’ Butler Injures Knee…Jags Extend Marrone, Coughlin, Caldwell (2/24/2018) - GANGNEUNG, South Korea (AP) – The American men have won the Olympic gold medal in curling in a decisive upset of Sweden. John Shuster skipped the United States to a 10-7 victory on Saturday for only the second curling medal in U.S. history. Shuster was part of the other one, too, as the lead thrower
  • National Scoreboard (2/24) (2/24/2018) - NBA Boston 110, Detroit 98 Indiana 116, Atlanta 93 Charlotte 122, Washington 105 Milwaukee 122, Toronto 119 (OT) Houston 120, Minnesota 102 Cleveland 112, Memphis 89 New Orleans 124, Miami 123 (OT) Portland 100, Utah 81 Clippers 128, Phoenix 117 Denver 122, San Antonio 119 Lakers 124, Dallas 102 NHL Minnesota 4, Rangers 1 Pittsburgh