Steve Pulaski is relatively new to Dubuque, but is rapidly making an impact both on air and in the community. You can find Steve attending local events, concerts, and more on a regular basis. For as long as he can remember, radio has been a part of Steve's life, so he's honored to be in a position where I can actually create great material on the radio. Steve has also been nominated for two Illinois Broadcasters Association Silverdome Awards! Furthermore, he is also a film critic, so he's always staying posted on new movies in theaters and on streaming. In addition to talking and writing, Steve is a die-hard Chicago Bears fan (as rough as it may be) and has two cats, appropriately named Siskel and Ebert! You can hear me on Y105 weekday mornings, 6-10 AM!
A Top Secret McDonald’s Spinoff Restaurant is Opening in Illinois
Construction is almost done on a mysterious new fast food chain.
Where in the World Would People in Iowa Rather Live?
Iowans have several international locations on their minds.
This Playful Pup from Dubuque Regional Humane Society is Looking for a Home
"Pet of the Week" is brought to you by Finnin Kia and Dubuque Regional Humane Society.
Bell Tower Theater Brings Funny and Festive Holiday Play to Dubuque
Miki Robinson stopped by to talk about "A Doublewide, Texas Christmas."
A Clerk’s Mistake Lands an Illinois Man $25,000 a Week for Life
A 60-year-old man came into huge money thanks to a cashier's error.
Coach Kirk Macdonald Talks Dubuque Fighting Saints’ Hot Start to Season
The Fighting Saints are #1 in the USHL Eastern Conference standings.
Concerning Data Shows How Unhappy Iowans Are at Work
It seems the perils of layoffs, hiring freezes, and more have caught up with the Hawkeye State.
Santa and Mrs. Claus to Visit Kwik Stop in Dubuque for “Free Santa Day”
The event is free for children and adults to attend!
New Custom Home Décor Shop Opens in Dubuque
The store opens just in time for the holidays, and is located on Central Avenue.
Just How Bad are Bedbugs in Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin?
A new study looks at what states suffer the most from the critters.