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Tri-State Area Free Restaurant Guide

Tri-State Area Free Restaurant Guide

The Tri-State Area “free” Restaurant Guide’s are available now!  Stop by the radio station, 1055 University to pick one or more up today! Watch for our cover-sponsor, Station House Pub, at 1046 More »

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 »



Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Weather Service: Mississippi Could Stay Above Flood Stage Into May (3/22/2019)- Now that the Mississippi River has gone above the flood stage in Dubuque, forecasters are saying it could stay there for a month or longer. The river crossed the flood stage of 17 feet on Wednesday afternoon. The National Weather Service’s most immediate projections only extend a week out, but have the river above flood
  • Dubuque Officials: Floodwall Can Handle Extended Flood (3/22/2019)- Dubuque officials say the city’s floodwall is able to handle the kind of extended flood situation that could be coming. That National Weather Service is predicting that the Mississippi River will stay above flood stage at Dubuque through at least mid-April, and possibly into mid-May. The John Culver floodwall protects downtown Dubuque from high waters.
  • Winter 2019 Saw Record Cold, Rain in Dubuque (3/22/2019)- Thursday marked the first full day of spring, which means it’s a good time to take a look back at what was a record-breaking winter in Dubuque. While no snowfall records were set in the Key City this winter, a half dozen other historical marks did fall. January 30th was the coldest day ever recorded
  • Escapee Captured Months After Stealing from Work Release Job (3/22/2019)- An East Dubuque woman wanted by authorities since being accused of stealing from her work release job last summer is back in custody. 32-year-old Maranda Turner was apprehended on Tuesday afternoon. Last August, theft and escape charges were filed against Turner after she reportedly took several hundred dollars from her work release job at the
  • Q Casino President Happy with Latest Sports Betting Bill (3/22/2019)- The head of one of Dubuque’s casinos is happy with the sports betting bill currently circulating in the Iowa Legislature. The bill would not only legalize sports betting in Iowa, but put the state’s casinos in charge of the betting operation. Q Casino President and CEO Jesus Aviles prefers that to an early bill, which


  • Local Sports (3/23/2019)- The Hawkeyes earned their first NCAA Tournament win in four years as Luke Garza delivered 20 points in Iowa’s 79-72 decision over seventh seed Cincinnati. Jordan Bohannon made a three-point play during a closing surge that put Iowa ahead 73-64 with 67 seconds 12th-seeded Oregon extended its surprising March run by beating No. 5 seed
  • Zajac Steps Down as Wahlert Football Coach (3/22/2019)- Wahlert Catholic High School is looking for a new head football coach. Wahlert announced yesterday Travis Zajac, who teaches English in addition to coaching football, has accepted a similar position at Grundy Center High School for the next school year. Zajac coached football at the University of Dubuque prior to coaching at Wahlert Catholic and
  • Pustina Resigns at Cuba City (3/22/2019)- A Wisconsin girls high school basketball coaching legend is resigning. Cuba City head coach Jeff Pustina submitted his resignation Wednesday night to the Cuba City School board ending a 32 year coaching career that included 9 state championships and a career record of 662 wins 139 losses. Pustina is also retiring from the Athletic Directors
  • Hawkeyes, Badgers, Cyclones Open NCAA Today (3/22/2019)- Iowa, Wisconsin, and Iowa State all play first round games today in the NCAA Tournament. The Hawkeyes have the first game of the tournament this morning at 11:15 as they meet Cincinnati in Columbus, Ohio. Wisconsin plays approximately 2:00 pm this afternoon against Oregon in San Jose, California, and Iowa State plays the late game