Veteran KMA Newsman Mike Peterson presents This Week in KMAland each Saturday morning at 8:30 on KMA 960, KMA-FM 99.1 or streamed here at KMAland.com. The show features a weekly recap of the top news stories from the past week produced from the KMA Newsroom. Listen live or listen to archived shows below.
This Week In KMAland
Archived This Week in KMAland Shows
Essex fills school board vacancy, Corning & Villisca explore merger, presidential hopefuls blanket Iowa and Rep. Cindy Axne backs a measure condemning the president's tweets.
Flood-impacted highway and levee repairs set, flood recovery painful and noticeable in Hamburg, Debate over corps' river management practices continues in Congress, Shen council makes final decision on peddler's ordinance changes.
Clarinda celebrates Home Base Iowa designation, Shen Veteran's Museum opens new location, Progress reported on levee and road repairs, slight snag in Clarinda superintendent situation.
Superintendents filled in KMAland districts, Shen council rejects peddlers ordinance changes, Fremont Co, evacuation orders lifted, KMAland congressional representatives sound off on migrant issues.
Essex School Board finds shared superintendent, loses board members, NTSB reviews deadly school bus fire, Flooded roads reopen in KMAland, tornado scare in Mound City, water rescue in Page and Nodaway counties.
Trump touts year-round E-15 in Council Bluffs, Congresswoman Cindy Axne wasn't part of Trump's tour, Clarinda, Essex boards ink sharing agreement, Updates on the floods of 2019.
Reynolds returns to flood-stricken KMAland, Axne relieved over U.S. House disaster aid passing, Page County supervisors rescind engineer's office bid, Clarinda superintendent accepts Creston job.
Flooding continues in SW Iowa & NW Missouri, Shenandoah City Hall gets swamped, Free food this summer for area children, Treynor teacher wins big bucks & more on this week's show.
Deadly tornado rips through Adair County, Twister wallops Jefferson City, Flood victims meetings focus on housing, new developments in the Essex School District.
Shenandoah's Airport is getting a facelift, gridlock continues over flood-relief funding, a Holocaust survivor tells her story to students and law enforcement drill in Clarinda.