KXEL Morning News for Tuesday, May 14, 2019

KXEL Morning News for Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Tuesday on the KXEL Morning News between 5 and 8 a.m.:

5:10–May is Blood Pressure Month. Tracey Sauke, dietitian at Crossroads Hy-Vee, offers insights on why monitoring blood pressure is so important.

5:50–It’s graduation season. Whether you’re hosting a gathering for grads or attending those gatherings to commemorate the accomplishments of family and friends, Hy-Vee’s Tracey Sauke returns with recommendations on keeping those events healthy.

6:35–U.S. and Chinese officials wrapped up trade talks with no deal. If American imports are to be subject to Chinese tariffs, U.S. farm products will likely be in the crosshairs. Ag reporter Ken Root talks with KXEL’s Jeff Stein during an RFD1540 feature.

7:35–TV9 Meteorologist Kaj O’Mara says there is a chance for rain for much of the week, but warmer temperatures will make it more pleasant.

7:50–It’s National Police Week. The Waterloo Police Foundation recognizes the above-and-beyond efforts of officers in Waterloo. Michelle Temeyer and Geof Grimes of the Waterloo Community Foundation talk about the program.

Plus the weather every 10 minutes, 50 percent more news than before, agribusiness information at :15 past each hour, and sports at :30 past each hour…a great way to start the day…the KXEL Morning News with Tim Harwood, Jeff Stein, and Mark Morris, Tuesday between 5 and 8 a.m. on News/Talk 1540 KXEL.