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Past articles by Dustin:

Want to ‘change’ your fortune? Coin apps might help

Whether you’re an avid coin collector, or just want to know if some of your spare change is worth more than its face value, you’ll find there are many ways to discover the value and rarity of any coin out there. → Read More

March 26 is “Nike Air Max Day,” but what is it?

Sneaker lovers everywhere (especially those partial to the Nike brand) will soon have a day to celebrate one of Nike’s iconic shoes: The Air Max. The annual “Nike Air Max Day” takes place annually on March 26. → Read More

This is the poorest city in Kansas

KSNF/KODE — The U.S. Census Bureau recently released the latest five-year estimates from the American Community Survey, an ongoing nationwide demographic snapshot that collects social, economic, and housing characteristics from millions of households every year. According to the latest data, the typical American household earned an average of $69,021 over the five years ending in […] → Read More

Kansas bill would add more school days to the calendar

Among dozens of Kansas education bills filed in 2023 are proposals to adjust how many hours public school students spend in the classroom. → Read More

The oldest dog, ever, just set a new world record

At 30 years and 286 days old, a Portuguese dog named “Bobi” was recently crowned the world’s oldest dog ever, breaking an almost century-old record. According to Guinness World Records, the previous titleholder was an Australian cattle dog named “Bluey.” He was born in 1910 and lived for 29 years and 5 months. → Read More

Your dog may get smarter if you parent correctly, new study finds

Parents will debate the best way to raise their children for as long as we’re around, but it turns out that parenting styles can really impact the behavior of dogs, too. → Read More

Why you should leave a shoe in the hotel room safe

Many people use the safes in hotel rooms, and if you’ve ever stashed valuables in one, you’ve probably felt some fear that you might check out and forget those important items. → Read More

Northeast Oklahoma turnpikes convert to cashless

Two more Oklahoma toll roads, both in the Northeast part of the state, have converted to fully cashless tolling. → Read More

The number of Twitter users is declining, survey shows

KSNF/KODE — The number of people using Twitter in the U.S. has decreased almost 9% since Elon Musk took over, according to a recent study. In October 2022, just before Elon Musk took ownership, the study found 32.4% of Americans were using Twitter. In December and January, that figure had dropped to 29.5%. The survey of […] → Read More

30-year cold case: Iowa college student’s body found in MO

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Mo. — It’s been 30 years since the body of Tammy J. Zywicki, an Iowa college student, was discovered on the side of a rural section of Interstate 44 in Southwest Missouri. To this date, the kidnapping and murder of Zywicki, remains unsolved. But today (2/10) the Sheriff of Lawrence County spoke about […] → Read More

Mountain lion sightings are increasing across Missouri

JOPLIN, Mo. — Mountain lions are rare in Missouri, but sightings of the big cat are increasing. Conservationists believe this is a sign of a healthier environment in the region. → Read More

A simple trick to defrost your car windshield in no time

If you live in a region that experiences cold winters, you know the frustration of going out to your car, and noticing that your windshield is obstructed — most often by a layer of frost. → Read More

Missouri dog missing for 6 years, now reunited with family

When a Jack Russell Terrier mix named “Little Buddy” was picked up off the streets of Raytown, Missouri (a suburb of Kansas City) and brought to “Midwest Animal ResQ,” he looked like most of the other strays. → Read More

2 former Missouri clerks guilty of stealing over $500k in city funds

Two former city clerks of Flordell Hills, Missouri on Monday (2/6) admitted to stealing a combined amount of more than half-a-million dollars from the small, struggling community. → Read More

Passenger sees lost wallet fly to 35 other cities, despite airline’s claim

(KSNF/KODE) — A passenger who left his wallet on a plane, is hopefully getting it back thanks to his Apple AirTag. Missouri resident, John Lewis, said he simply forgot his wallet on an American Airlines aircraft. Although the airline says it couldn’t find the wallet, Lewis saw his wallet fly to 35 different cities thanks […] → Read More

9-year-old is one of the youngest to graduate high school

HARRISBURG, Pa. (KSNF/KODE) — A typical 9-year-old kid is just that: A kid. And if you happen to be a boy at that young age, you’re likely into video games, cartoons, playing with friends, and sports. Life at that age is simple, and it’s all about having fun. What’s not fun for most at that […] → Read More

What are the little black dots on your car windows?

Those little black dots and the black rims that surround them on car windshields are there for a reason, and happen to serve an important purpose. → Read More

Apple’s first iPhone model may sell for $50k at auction

KSNF/KODE — An unopened, first-generation iPhone from 2007 hit the auction block Thursday (2/2), with an estimated value of $50,000. More News from WRBL When Apple’s first smartphone debuted, it was priced at $599. The first generation iPhone offered a 3.5-inch screen, a 2-megapixel camera, 4 GB and 8 GB storage options, internet capabilities, and iTunes. It had […] → Read More

Oklahoma named one of the best states to drive

Traffic, road conditions and the cost of vehicle maintenance are all things that can make drivers grip the steering wheel a bit tighter. These conditions vary across states for a variety of reasons, including population, weather, and government investments. → Read More

Woolly mammoth soon to walk the Earth again, scientists say

KSNF/KODE — The long-dead woolly mammoth will make its return from extinction by 2027, according to biotech company, Colossal; actively working to reincarnate the ancient beast. Last year, the Dallas-based firm received an additional $60 million in funding to continue the “mammoth” gene-editing work it started in 2021. If successful, not only will Colossal bring […] → Read More