Carol McCarthy

KDLM's Carol McCarthy keeps you updated with local, regional, state and national news.

KDLM's Carol McCarthy keeps you updated with local, regional, state and national news. News updates at 6:30, 7:00, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00, and 5:00. KDLM news delivers the most comprehensive local news coverage possible. When KDLM news is not out chasing leads, it keeps you informed on community events and happenings. Listen to Hodge Podge with Carol McCarthy weekdays at 8:30.

Along with local news coverage, KDLM is an affiliate of Minnesota News Network (MNN) which broadcasts state news updates at 6:30, 7:30, 9:30, 10:30 and 11:30 and 5:30. MNN also gives sports updates at 6:45, 12:45 and 5:45. The Minnesota Farm Network updates listeners with farm news at 6:20, then gives the opening market reports at 9:39 and the closing reports at 5:20.

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Recent articles by Carol McCarthy

Three Years Pass And No Sign of Missing Becker County Woman

Dec 31, 1969 AT 6:00 pm

Three years ago today Melissa Eagleshield was reported missing from the Elbow Lake Village area in Northern Becker County.

Minnesota's Bike or Walk to School Day: It's a Movement

Dec 31, 1969 AT 6:00 pm

Many local schools and schools around the country celebrate National Bike or Walk to School Day today.

Man Shot By Becker County Deputies Last Week Now Charged

Dec 31, 1969 AT 6:00 pm

The man shot by Becker County Sheriff's Deputies last week after leading them on a high speed chase and allegedly pointing a long gun at them has been charged in Becker County Court.

"Lock Doors and Windows At Night" Brazen Burglars Hit DL Homes

Dec 31, 1969 AT 6:00 pm

An urgent message from Detroit Lakes Police Department to Detroit Lakes residents to lock your doors and windows at night as three homes are burglarized over the weekend as homeowners slept.

Could Civics Class Help Mend Country's Deep Divisions?

Dec 31, 1969 AT 6:00 pm

Researchers are issuing a dire warning with a hint of hope - our republic is at risk, but solutions can be found, in North Dakota and across the nation.