Dunken grew up in Nebraska, and will always be a Husker, but considers Rochester home. Dunken and his wife have two young children. A 3-year-old boy and a 1-year-old girl. His family is always on the go looking for new adventures. They love traveling and the outdoors - camping, canoeing, hiking, etc. Add him on Facebook to follow his off-air journeys.
University of Minnesota: First Step to Raising Good Kids
I'm trying my best to raise well-behaved, responsible children, but there is no manual so I wonder if what I'm doing is effective. A study conducted by the University of Minnesota does offer some advice on how to raise good kids.
Epic Fail in MSP Airport Security Test
Travelers flying to and from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport have to be less than thrilled by their performance in a recent security test.
Minnesota Lakes are Being Saved by Beer
Water pollution is a major concern here in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Is beer the solution?
How Much Change is Thrown into the Mall of America’s Fountains Each Year?
Toss a coin in and make a wish... We've all done it, right? But how much is collected and what happens to the money after you walk away?
The Best Places to Watch Fireworks in and Around Rochester
Can you believe that the 4th of July is next week already?
Iron Chef Judge Coming to Rochester
Fans of the show Iron Chef on the Food Network will have the chance to meet a judge from the show and learn some tips during a cooking demonstration.
Eat Chipotle Burritos to Support Rochester’s John Marshall High School!
Looking for a reason to treat yourself to Chipotle?
Major Change to this Year’s Rochesterfest Parade
Rochestefest Chairman Brent Ackerman says the change will eliminate traffic back-ups in the downtown area.
Officials Unveil New Food Options for this Year’s Minnesota State Fair
There will be a ton of new food options to enjoy at this year's 'Great Minnesota Get Together'. This morning fair officials announced 31 new foods!
Minnesota Truck Owners Need to Know this Law
If you own a pickup truck, you've probably broken a Minnesota law several times, without even knowing you were doing anything wrong.