Kim David is Rochester's most experienced newscaster, and anchors news on Rochester's Good Morning. If it's happening in Rochester, KD knows about it first. Join Kim David weekdays starting at 5am on KROC-AM. He provides the latest overnight news, sports and weather and updates on developing stories. He gets us super early so you don't have to! * * * * * * * * * * My normal workday begins at 3 am, when the vast majority of our listeners/readers are still in bed. I spend about an hour going through news-related info before I get to work and hit the ground running, starting with my first newscast at 5:30 a.m. I provide news every half hour through 10:30, Monday-Friday. I also spend time with Rich Peterson, talking with guests - or just chatting with him. Although I work at a newstalk station, I love music. I also love to cook and bake. There is nothing more enjoyable than the scent and taste of a fresh loaf of rye bread! I also enjoy the goodies in our garden - all that work during the spring/summer pays off with the fall harvest. My everyday goal is to provide the Rochester area with the latest and best news, on air and online. See you at 5:30!
Several Fire Departments Respond to Fillmore County Blaze
Several fire departments were called out Wednesday to deal with a residential blaze near Wykoff.
Update: Franken To Resign.
Is Senator Al Franken going to resign? His office says he will make an announcement Thursday.
Cancer-Free Dayton Urges Minnesotans to Get Screened
Governor Dayton had a cancer scare earlier this year and now he is encouraging all Minnesotans to be proactive in dealing with the potentially deadly disease.
Former Rochester Prosecutor Appointed Judge
A former Rochester prosecutor has made history.
Austin Man Charged with Sexually Assaulting Young Girl
An Austin man has been charged with sexually abusing a young girl.
Kasson Man Arrested for DUI After Crashing into Fire Hydrant
A Kasson man with a history of alcohol-related arrests has been caught again - after crashing into a fire hydrant in Rochester.
Senate Committee Looking into Franken Allegations
The US Senate Select Committee on Ethics is looking into recent sexual harassment allegations leveled by several women against Minnesota Sen. Al Franken.
A Little Oversized Load
The Minnesota State Patrol wrote up a guy last week for pulling an oversized load - an OVERSIZED load!
Mantorville Receives State Help for its Sanitary Sewer Project
A state agency has come to the assistance of a Dodge County town that is reworking its sanitary sewer system.
Post Bulletin Eliminates Friday Edition
Subscribers to the Rochester Post Bulletin newspaper will soon be receiving one less edition.