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!
Fire Caused Extensive Damage to Clarks Grove Home
A house in the Freeborn County town of Clarks Grove caught fire Sunday and may have been wiped out.
Deer Causes Crash in Houston County
A deer is being blamed for sending two southeast Minnesota drivers to the hospital Sunday.
Bus Crashes in Rural Olmsted County
A bus from the Twin Cities taking a group of adults and students to a retreat in Lanesboro crashed around 9:30 AM Saturday in rural southeast Olmsted County.
The Frozen Tundra is in Northern Minnesota
Record-breaking cold weather hit northern Minnesota Thursday. And it was even colder Friday morning.
Two Accused of Stealing Mail in Rochester and Byron
A recent discovery of dozens of pieces of mail in a car that had been involved in an incident in the Byron area has led to criminal charges against two people.
Minnesota Deer Opener Numbers Comparable to 2016
Nearly 71,0000 deer were registered during the opening weekend of Minnesota’s firearms season.
Byron Man Saved by Rochester Police Drone
The Rochester Police Department’s drone came to the rescue of an elderly Byron man over the weekend and likely saved his life.
A Cold and Wet Minnesota Deer Opener
It looks like it will be a wet, snowy and cold opener for Minnesota deer hunters.
Fire Wipes Out Barn, Contents at Hayfield Area Farm
A barn near Hayfield was wiped out by a fire Tuesday night.
Suspected Meth Dealer Busted in Byron
A Byron woman was arrested Wednesday after a raid at her home turned up nearly 300 grams of methamphetamine and $9300 in suspected drug money.