• Fruit Frost Report

    Meterologist Erik Moldstad presents the Columbia Gorge Fruit Growers Fruit Frost Report nightly through the spring on Newsradio 1300/103.9 FM brought to you by Oregon Cherry Growers.

Sean Hannity

3 p.m.-6 p.m.

Dave Ramsey -- 6:00 p.m.
Jim Bohannon -- 8:00 p.m.


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  • Goldendale Man Injured In One Car Accident

    A Goldendale man was taken by LifeFlight to a Portland hospital after a one-car accident at the intersection of Highways 142 and 97 early Sunday evening. According to the Washington State Patrol, the.

  • Police Warn Motorcyclists To Secure Their Bikes

    Hood River Police are warning motorcycle owners to secure their vehicles after a pair of motorcycles were stolen in residential neighborhoods over the past week. Both of the motorcycles were reported.

  • Lyle High School And Corbett Middle School Win Wind Challenge

    Lyle High School and the Corbett Middle School Electric Cardinals were the first place finishers at the 2015 Wind Challenge at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center. The event attracted 40 teams of...

  • May 1-2 Prep Sports Roundup

    Baseball Hood River Valley splits with The Dalles, winning the opener 12-2 but losing the nightcap 10-6: HRV maintains a two-game lead over The Dalles and Pendleton in the Columbia River Conference...

  • Court Of Appeals Affirms PUD Liability In Fire

    The Washington State Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court's ruling that the Klickitat Public Utility District is liable for one-point-six million dollars in fire-suppression costs...

  • Ferrioli Says PERS Reform Attempts Must Continue

    Oregon Senate Minority Leader Ted Ferrioli says legislators have to try again to make reforms to the state's Public Employees Retirement System, but adds that probably should happen during next...

  • Court Strikes Down Some PERS Cuts

    The Oregon Supreme Court says some of the 2013 cuts to public employee retirement benefits are unconstitutional. Today's ruling eliminates much of the savings state lawmakers were seeking, and...

  • DNR Urges Residents To Be Ready For Fire

    Washington Department of Natural Resources officials are worried about ultra-dry conditions in much of the state, and urging people to be prepared for the fire season. DNR's Mary Verner says the..

  • April 29 Prep Sports Scoreboard

    Track and Field Columbia won both the boys and girls portions of a four-school meet it hosted in White Salmon, while Lyle-Wishram's boys were second and girls fourth. Lyle-Wishram's Gabe...

  • April 28 Prep Sports Roundup

    Baseball Hood River Valley 19, Hermiston 9 (10 innings): Riley Wilson's three-run double set off an 11-run tenth inning to lift the Eagles to the win in a back and forth game. Hermiston jumped...

Clinton Foundation Taking Money From Accused Rights Violator

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 2:25pm

Former president hobnobs with company officials at luxury resort in Morocco.

The Latest: Barcelona Beats Bayern 3-0

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 1:59pm

The Latest: Barcelona takes big step to Champions League final with 3-0 victory over Bayern

Oklahoma Sees Tornado on Day Weather Forecast to Be Active

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 1:59pm

On possibly active weather day, National Weather Service says tornado touches down in Oklahoma

Stocks Drop on Weak Jobs Data, Jitters Over Yellen Comments

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 1:59pm

US stocks fall broadly on weak jobs data, Yellen comments; bond yields, oil price rise again

Latest on Texas Attack: Official: Gunman Shot Multiple Times

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 1:58pm

The Latest on Texas attack: Medical examiner says gunman died of multiple gunshot wounds