Kim David is Rochester's most experienced newscaster and is the morning anchor on News-Talk1340 KROC AM. If it's happening in Rochester, "kd" knows about it first. Kim enjoyed his 40th year working at KROC in 2017, the longest tenure of any on-air talent in station history. Coincidentally, all those years played a big part in his selection for the 2017 Mayoral Medal of Honor Legacy Award. Join kd weekdays starting at 5am on KROC-AM. He provides the latest overnight news, sports and weather and updates on breaking stories. He gets up super early so you don't have to! " My everyday goal is to provide the Rochester area with the latest and best news, on air and online. See you tomorrow morning!"
Chatfield Man Smashes Into Two RPD Squads With Stolen Truck
A Chatfield man is facing a long list of serious criminal charges after putting two Rochester police cars out of commission and leading officers on a chase through a residential neighborhood.
Rochester’s Gas Prices Fall to $2 a Gallon
The price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Rochester has fallen to $2.00.
Rochester Bakers Square Stores Have Closed
First Perkins and now Bakers Square.
Longtime Rochester Historical Group Disbanding
A longtime Rochester organization that can be credited with saving an important piece of the city’s history has decided to disband.
A Warm Sunday, A Slick Monday
After a cold and snowy start to the final weekend of 2018 in the Rochester area, warmer weather returns Sunday.
Woman Fatally Injured in Rose Creek Area Wreck
A Rose Creek woman was fatally injured in a traffic wreck Friday in rural Mower County.
Plainview Grinches Appear in Court
Two men were arraigned Friday as suspects in the theft of dozens of Christmas presents in Plainview.
Is A Settlement in the Works in Baez Case?
Something may be brewing in the Julio Baez case.
Rochester Kmart Will Soon Be Closing – For Good
When was the last time you shopped at the Rochester Kmart store? For some, it may have been the last time.
It Was Nice Knowing You, Mr Mayor
This is it. Barring some unknown emergency of some sort, Rochester Mayor Ardell Brede will collect the few personal items left in his City Hall office Friday and walk out the final time as one of the city’s elected leaders.