I'm Kim David, but you can call me "KD." I'm a Rochester “homie” and the most experienced newscaster and news reporter in town. I'm up well before the sun rises getting ready for my weekday morning drive news updates on News-Talk 1340 KROC AM, from 5 AM - 8 AM. I work hard to get the latest news, sports, and weather so you don’t have to. While Gordon Deal is covering national news with his “America’s First News” program, I deliver the latest state and local news and updates on breaking stories - on air and online. If it's happening in Rochester, "kd" knows about it first!
Rochester Cop Bitten by Pit Bull
A Rochester police officer was bitten by a dog Thursday afternoon while responding to a reported domestic incident.
Another Mississippi River Crest is Coming for SE Minnesota
The Mississippi River is rising again.
Thousands of Motorcyclists Will Be in SE Minnesota This Weekend
Those planning to take part in the annual Flood Run this weekend are catching a break from Mother Nature - a nice break.
Olmsted Deputy Nearly Shoots Man Armed With Hammer
An Olmsted County deputy nearly shot a man who began running at him while armed with a hammer.
Two Runaway Rochester Dogs Kill Eleven Goats
Two dogs that ran off from a Rochester home Monday were later found killing several goats at a rural property near Century High School.
Minnesota Church Pastor Charged With Stealing Booze
A church in west central Minnesota lost its pastor after he was charged with two minor crimes that police say occurred at a liquor store just before Christmas.
Talk About An Easy Rochester Drug Arrest
A Rochester police officer made an easy - and unusual - arrest over the weekend.
Rochester Woman Caught Stealing Vacuums From Target
A Rochester woman was arrested Sunday for stealing four vacuum cleaners from the north Target store.
Update on Boy Who Was Thrown Off Third Floor at Mall of America
As of Sunday afternoon, the young boy who was thrown over a third-floor rail at the Mall Of America Friday was still alive.
Power Restored to Most Rochester Area Homes
Dozens of electrical crews endured long hours and chilly weather but by Saturday evening, they had restored service to hundreds of People’s Energy Cooperative customers.