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Americans Suffering From Travel Memory Deficit

While it may not seem like a big deal to some that folks haven’t been able to travel due to the coronavirus, folks are really missing out on travel, and it’s not just because they want to get away. A new Hilton survey finds: Most Americans admit that travel is often the happy memory they…read more »

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Embrace Being A ‘Good Enough’ Parent

Many parents out there feel like they’re not doing a great job with their kids – and maybe their jobs, their partner or their friends, too. But mental health experts say this is the time to cut ourselves some slack and embrace that being adequate is more than enough these days. Instead of beating ourselves…read more »

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Foods That May Stall Gray Hair

For some people, there’s nothing more frustrating than finding a new strand of gray hair on their head. Those silvery strands can make you seem older than you feel, but they’re really just a lack of pigmentation and melanin. Gray and white hair can be a consequence of age, generics and stress, but vitamins and…read more »

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Hollywood Pays Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on Friday. The 87-year-old Supreme Court justice succumbed to complications of pancreatic cancer. Felicity Jones, who starred as Ginsburg in the biopic “On the Basis of Sex,” said in a statement, “Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave us hope, a public figure who stood for integrity and justice — a responsibility she did…read more »

Do YOU Believe?

I have a hard time believing in Bigfoot. Possible? Sure, I guess. But with all the technology we have, the trail cams, satellite imagery, heat sensors, night vision, camera crews, TV shows, NOT ONE DAMN BIGFOOT? Hell, he haven’t even found A DEAD ONE. or a baby one. How are the procreating if we usually…read more »

Crash Davis

Crash Davis

Crash Davis is the midday host for KOOO, 101.9 “The Keg”.

Married, Crash and his wife, Jamie, live in Council Bluffs with their two daughters and their NAVY vet son, who is currently a student at the University of Nebraska Omaha. They all enjoy the outdoors together, hunting, fishing, camping and boating while Crash and Jamie are avid motorcycle fans and support various rider causes.

Crash has been involved in several local charities including serving as “The voice” of Make-A-Wish in southwest Iowa.

A 28 plus year radio vet, Crash also writes for local and national publications, been featured in a program on “Investigation Discovery and serves on two local non-profit boards.

His show airs Monday-Friday, 10a-3p on 101.9 The KEG

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