Ken Hayes has been doing morning radio for 20 years, with most of those being at B105 in Duluth, Minnesota. Originally from the Iron Range, Ken attended college in the Twin Cities metro area and landed his first radio job in Southern Minnesota near the Iowa Border. He moved back to Northern Minnesota, working as the morning show host on The Breakfast Club on B105. As years went by, Ken found his way into his current role as Director of Content for Townsquare Media in Duluth and Superior. He's proud to call the Northland home and can't think of a better place to raise his kids with his wife. When not on the airwaves or writing top-tier digital content, Ken enjoys golfing, fishing, camping, motorcycling, and ice fishing on the St. Louis River Bay, just blocks from his house. Ken incorporates every day interesting life experiences in both his radio show and with articles online, like that time his dog got sprayed by a skunk when he came up with the Ten Commandments Of Top The Tater. He's always looking for new things to share with his audience, whether it's new businesses, celebrity sightings, or things the community is concerned about. Catch Ken on the airwaves, online, or on the app on weekday mornings from 6-10 a.m. on B105.
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The government is working on stopping bad actors from using scary AI technology to trick consumers.
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