I started out at KHAK as an intern back in 1995 and have been calling mornings home since 1999. A lot has changed since then, but I still love the job! There's always something new to talk about! And the KHAK listeners are awesome. They're loyal, and always willing to lend their opinion. My wife Holly and I make our home in Marion. We have three great kids that seem to grow every single day. Chase, Carly and Cayleigh keep us on our toes, but being a parent is the greatest adventure of all. I love working in country music, and at K-Hawk. The listeners have become like family members, and I look forward to spending many more years waking up eastern Iowa!
Ryan "Brain" Brainard
Lead in Iowa 2nd District Race Down To Just 6 Votes
The race between Rita Hart and Mariannette Miller-Meeks is the closest in Iowa in over a century!
Fan Cutouts Available For Iowa Basketball Home Games
No, we can't pack Carver Hawkeye Arena this winter, but we can still 'show' our faces!
Iowans Urged to ‘Act Now’ To Slow COVID-19 Spread
Iowa's COVID-19 numbers are bad, and White House Task Force officials say that residents need to step up their efforts.
Iowa Players Will Be Allowed to Kneel For National Anthem
Head coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed on Tuesday that some Iowa players are choosing to take a knee prior to Saturday's game at Purdue.
Purdue To Be Without Head Coach When Hosting Hawkeyes
Purdue head coach Jeff Brohm won't be on the sidelines against Iowa due to a positive COVID-19 test.
Governor Reynolds Misused Pandemic Relief Money
$20 million spent on a new computer system for the state was not the correct use of federal funds meant for battling COVID-19.
Former Iowa Players Threaten Lawsuit If Ferentz Is Not Fired
8 former Iowa football players threaten to sue if Kirk Ferentz isn't fired, and they aren't paid $20 million.
Two Iowa Hawkeyes Opt Out Of Upcoming Football Season
Citing ongoing concerns due to coronavirus, two Iowa football players opt to sit out the upcoming season.
New Rules For To-Go Drinks at Bars and Restaurants
Getting an alcoholic drink to-go? You better make sure that drink is properly sealed!
New Poll Shows More Iowans Are Wearing Masks
A new poll shows that more Iowans are wearing masks than just three months ago.