Lars Larson

ON AIR NOW

Lars Larson

8:00pm - 10:00pm

Contact
Local News


With temperatures in the single digits and teens, it doesn't take very long to get frostbite or worse.  Darren Durham, the E.R. Manager at St. Charles gives us some of the warning signs we're getting into trouble. “When your core body temperatures gets low there can be confusion, weakness is a big sign, you feel like you can't go on, you want to sleep.” Durham says make sure your extremities are covered with hats, gloves, and boots, because it doesn't take much to lose body heat.

News
Traffic

 

 

  • Purcell Bridge traffic with lane closures, complete closures at times (10/18-5/1)

 

KBND ON FACEBOOK
 
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER