Need To Know with Jeff Angelo

Need To Know with Jeff Angelo

Analysis of the top stories, pop culture and living in Iowa!

Episodes

October 4, 2022 31 min
Emery Songer hosts for Jeff Angelo and talks with thoroughbred racehorse owner Tom Lepic about his horse Tyler's Tribe, his grandson Tyler who is battling leukemia, and all the amazing connections to this horse destined for the Breeders' Cup in November. He also chats about a new revved up flu shot for senior citizens and is joined by Nathan Fischer to talk about his experience at a very emotional baseball series in St. Lou...
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Emery Songer hosts for Jeff Angelo and talks about having more than one credit card, credit card pros and cons, and the delays of the passport application process.
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September 30, 2022 34 min
Read Shepherd reports as Hurricane Ian heads to South Carolina; Vanessa Miller of the Cedar Rapids Gazette relates what she heard at a nurses' protest; Alex Wilson and Julie Kraft preview Iowa weekend events; Lauren Livingston has details on how you can still be a part of the Walk To End Alzheimer's.
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September 30, 2022 33 min
Gary Dolphin joins Jeff to discuss the keys to the Michigan-Iowa game; Meaghan Anderson describes how harvest is going in Iowa; Eben Brown assesses Hurricane Ian damage from Miami; Jeff discusses a lawsuit filed by Iowa and other states over President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.
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September 30, 2022 8 min
Spooky season begins this weekend in Iowa. Alex Wilson of Catch Des Moines and Julie Kraft of the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance preview fall events featuring pumpkins, music, and wine! This weekly weekend preview is powered by Mr. Electric Of Central Iowa.
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Rory O'Neill begins to assess the damage from Hurricane Ian; Jeff talks the consequences of the national debt plus the fallout as President Biden calls out to a deceased Congresswoman; Hy-Vee nutritionist Erin Good has advice to achieve good gut health.
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FOX Weather Senior Digital Meteorologist Brian Donegan says tropical storm Ian may become a hurricane again; Jeff discusses a protest by Iowa nurses plus an ethics complaint against Representative Cindy Axne; Jeff asks Eben Brown why some Floridians DON'T evacuate; Rogers Healy prepares for a slowdown in the real estate market.
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September 29, 2022 6 min
Why did Hy-Vee dietitian Erin Good present Jeff with his own laminated "poop chart?" Listen to their conversation on gut health...which manages to be funny, gross, and informative all at the same time!
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September 28, 2022 33 min
Cully Stimson and Jeff discuss the FBI raid on a the home of pro-life activist Mark Houck; Author C.J. Box discusses his latest book, "Treasure State;" Julie Bauke responds to a poll in which 50% of workers say they'll quit their job in the next year; Rory O'Neill provides an update on Hurricane Ian; Iowans debate whether chili and cinnamon rolls are, in fact, an "Iowa thing."
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September 28, 2022 34 min
Jeff says we've reached political silly season when we can't define a heartbeat; Iowans debate the origin of the cinnamon roll/chili combo; Eben Brown has a Hurricane Ian update from Tampa, Florida.
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Jeff describes two difficult weeks for two Iowa campaigns; Shep Moyle has advice how small businesses can deal with inflation; Casey Hasten offers resume tips as well as warns against resume "killers;" Dr. Gregg Larivee discusses the dangers of young people getting medical advice from TikTok.
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Jeff and listeners discuss the latest setback for Iowa legislators who want to prevent animal rights activists from sneaking on farms and using video equipment; Police Chief Eugene Tumolo reacts to a "How To Shoplift" article in a university student newspaper; Eben Brown provides an update on Hurricane Ian from Tampa, Florida; Dr. Marie Cosgrove details how technology is helping treat mental illness in young people.
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Jeff celebrates the 700th home run hit by Albert Pujols by asking listeners to share stories of the greatest athlete they've ever seen; Erin Real explains why some experts are saying now is not the time to buy "the dip" in stocks; Rory O'Neill reports on an attempt by NASA to knock an asteroid off-course; Jeff delivers some good news for Republicans.
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September 26, 2022 35 min
Jeff reacts to social media posts about mysterious lights spotted in the skies over Central Iowa; Dr. Hal Stewart discusses a study indicating that snorers are more likely to get cancer; Red Taylor talks about the challenges of starting in business during recession; Eric Peterson lists the very real impacts on listeners of higher interest rates.
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September 26, 2022 10 min
Jeff LOVES talking with people who have a passion for what they do...and that certainly includes veterinarian Dr. Cara Haden. She grew up on a pig farm and now supports Iowa pork producers in producing safe and healthy pork for the world. Jeff talks to her about how that happens. LISTEN HERE:
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September 23, 2022 35 min
Jeff salutes the women of Iran fighting for freedom that we take for granted; Erin Real explains how luxury homes and the price of butter are related; Alex Wilson and Julie Kraft provide an Iowa events weekend preview; Joe Gonzalez previews Iowa's Latino Heritage Festival.
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September 23, 2022 35 min
The economic pain expected by Jerome Powell arrives in Iowa; Ed Butowsky reacts to the statement, "we are one tropical storm away from $5 gas;" Des Moines Councilman Josh Mandelbaum addresses safety in the city; Jeff asks persuadable voters in Iowa to name their top issues.
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September 23, 2022 8 min
Alex Wilson of Catch Des Moines and Julie Kraft of the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance preview a host of events planned for the first fall weekend in Iowa.
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September 22, 2022 36 min
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig provides an update on crop conditions and prices; Jessica Mazour details landowners' concerns with proposed carbon capture pipelines; Eben Brown reports on a lawsuit filed against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over the migrant flight to Martha's Vineyard; Jon Decker looks at the lawsuit filed against President Trump in New York.
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Jeff says interest rate hikes will cause pain and not curb inflation; Des Moines Traffic Engineer John Davis invites ideas to increase safety in the city; Stephen Peterson details the implications of the interest rate hike on people; Mindy Toyne previews Des Moines Oktoberfest.
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