Early Voting: Its definition and its significance in 2012 By KRUI News reporter Michael Gerald Early voting has represented many things this election cycle. It has been a political talking point, a political strategy, a motivational tool, and for many Iowans it has been represented by satellite early voting sites and door to door canvassing. more »
By KRUI News reporter Kaleb Hays Kaleb spoke with Obama Campaign’s National Communications Director Brent Colburn in a 2-part on-air phone interview this afternoon. Colburn discusses what to watch for in tonight’s VP debate. Brent Colburn 1 Brent Colburn 2
Check out our interview with Reddit’s general manager Erik Martin, Cheezburger’s Ben Huh, and representatives of Internet start-ups Local Motors and AgLocal!
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By KRUI contributing reporter Mike Mendenhall and KRUI News Director Betsy Penisten Betsy and Mike spoke with the president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund Cecile Richards in a 2-part on-air phone interview about the interest of Planned Parenthood in the November presidential election. Cecile weighs in on the more »
By KRUI News Director Betsy Penisten News Director Betsy Penisten spoke with legendary American singer, songwriter and guitarist James Taylor in a two-part on-air phone interview about the importance of early voting. _James Taylor Interview 1 James Taylor Interview 2
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Take a peek at some pictures from our exclusive interview with author and activist Barbara Ehrenreich.
Author Barbara Ehrenreich will be interviewed on KRUI 89.7 FM Iowa City this afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Tune in!
By staff writer Jen Hoch Local News Speeding and other drugs Two men were arrested in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and caught in possession of 52 grams o f marijuana as the result of a high speed chase. According to Johnson County criminal complaints, 19-yeard-old Patrick D. James Jr., and 21-year-old Bernard J. Butler II were more »