Ken Hayes has been doing morning radio for 20 years, with most of those being at B105 in Duluth, Minnesota. Originally from the Iron Range, Ken attended college in the Twin Cities metro area and landed his first radio job in Southern Minnesota near the Iowa Border. He moved back to Northern Minnesota, working as the morning show host on The Breakfast Club on B105. As years went by, Ken found his way into his current role as Director of Content for Townsquare Media in Duluth and Superior. He's proud to call the Northland home and can't think of a better place to raise his kids with his wife. When not on the airwaves or writing top-tier digital content, Ken enjoys golfing, fishing, camping, motorcycling, and ice fishing on the St. Louis River Bay, just blocks from his house. Ken incorporates every day interesting life experiences in both his radio show and with articles online, like that time his dog got sprayed by a skunk when he came up with the Ten Commandments Of Top The Tater. He's always looking for new things to share with his audience, whether it's new businesses, celebrity sightings, or things the community is concerned about. Catch Ken on the airwaves, online, or on the app on weekday mornings from 6-10 a.m. on B105.
Police Chase Ends With Suspect Caught In Tipped Over Porta-Potty On Wisconsin Golf Course
Police pursued a stolen vehicle which turned into oncoming traffic and crashed. The suspects fled, and one of them ended up in a porta-potty on a golf course. That's when a golfer took action.
How Long Can You Keep Venison In Your Freezer? Minnesota Agency Weighs In
How long is it really safe to store venison in the freezer? The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has their recommendations. How long have you kept venison and ate it?
Can You Freeze Your Body With Cryonics After You Die In Minnesota?
We normally worry about freezing to death in Minnesota. But what about if we wanted to see if science could cure whatever killed us some day?
Creepy! Did You Know Minnesota Has A Spider That Is 15X More Venomous Than A Rattle Snake?
I thought our freezing cold climate made us safe from these poisonous creatures. I had no idea that they are native to Minnesota. Here's what to watch out for.
‘Fewest Hunters I’ve Seen In My Career, + Even Fewer Deer’ Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Reports
Empty deer camps, wolves moving in on hunter's deer, and dismal success being reported in multiple areas in the first week of the firearm season.
Minnesota DNR Shares Video Of How They Stock Walleyes + The Year-Round Process
You probably knew that the DNR stocks lakes with fish, but did you know where they get them from?
Did You Know That We Have ‘Toe-Biter’ Beetles In Minnesota? They Can Even Eat Turtles
I've never seen one of these out in nature in all my time in Minnesota. Apparently, you can find them in stagnant bodies of water and they are ferocious predators.
Wildly Popular Thanksgiving Pizza Returns To Wisconsin Pizza Place For November
This pizza may just change your life. A Thanksgiving Pizza is coming back by popular demand to a Wisconsin Pizza place. Hurry, it won't be here forever.
Minnesota DNR Weekly Report – Be Alert With Your Pets Due To Numerous Wolf Attacks
The USDA and DNR have had to trap eight wolves in Northern Minnesota recently because of pets being taken. Pet owners should be on alert and keep their pets close for the time being.
There’s A Minnesota Exotic Fish Store For Sale With Snake Pit In Basement
Some prime real estate in Northern Minnesota is up for sale. The World Of Fish location recently had a price drop. There's more than just exotic fish at this place. Check out the basement!
Watch Moose Kisses + Other Animal Reactions To Trail Camera In Northern Minnesota
The moose were gentle with this trail camera. The bears were a different story. Many other animals also appear in the video.
Tamaracks Shine Bright This Time Of Year + Are Only Pine Trees To Lose Needles In Minnesota
Did you know that there is a type of pine tree that actually changes colors and will lose it's needles? We have them in Minnesota, but they were almost wiped out years ago.