Thursday Aug 7
The Reel Life: Paper route edition
There's still at least one town in the U.S. that has not transformed into the 21st century yet.
National Public Radio
Carroll, Iowa: Where The Childhood Paper Route Is Alive And Well
It takes Jaxson Kuhlmann, 11, less than 30 minutes to complete his paper route in Carroll, Iowa.
The top 10 masters of dumb disguise: Bad nuns, Smurfs and the Duct Tape Bandit
Thieves, robbers and burglars regularly come up with really stupid ways to hide their identities- so have a good laugh on them A man went into a bank recently with duct tape covering his face so that he couldn't be identified on camera.
Pork producers say they'll never forget the day their farms broke...
In the 12 long months since Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus first hit the United States, more than 6,000 cases in 30 states have been confirmed, affecting millions of pigs and their caretakers.
Family, friends remember man killed in crash
Family members confirm to KETV NewsWatch 7 the identity of a motorcyclist who died after a wrong-way driver hit him early Monday morning.