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Stuart is the Director of Internet Operations at WHO-HD. He's worked in this role since 1995 and was a part of WHO-HDs on-line efforts since the beginning of the project. Long time viewers would recognize Stuart from his Today in Iowa Sunday appearances on Computer Corner!

Before taking the reigns of WHOtv.com, Stuart was a news photographer here at WHO. He began with the station in the summer of 1983 and worked as a news photographer until 1995 when he became webmaster.

Away from the station, Stuart is a private pilot and loves to spend his free time flying over central Iowa.


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    LIVEWELL MINUTE: Neonatal Intesive Care

    Neonatal specialists are an important part of the birth process and their fast response can be critical to the life of a newborn.  UnityPoint Health – Des Moines has neonatal intensive care coverage at Blank Children’s Hospital, Methodist West and Iowa Lutheran maternity centers. Wendy Gradwell, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Blank Children’s Hospital says, “Neonatal Nurse Practitioners serve as primary caregivers for premature infants and other newborns that require special care due to low birth weight, respiratory distress, congenital heart defects, […]

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    FOOTBALL RANKINGS – Week 1

    Iowa high school football rankings for week one from the Iowa Sports Connection.

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    MANHUNT: Officer Identified, Search Continues

    Bedford, IA – Tensions are rising in the search for an escapee from the Clarinda Correctional Facility.  Officers believe Rodney Eugene Long shot a Taylor County deputy late Sunday night and then led officers on a 40 minute chase in a stolen patrol car. Taylor County Sheriff deputies were dispatched after a suspicious person was reported walking along Highway 2 near New Market late Sunday night.  Deputy Dan Wyckoff was first on the scene and took fire as he got […]

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    NIGHTMARE RIDE: Tragic Roller Coaster Accident

    It was Rosy Esparza's first trip to Six Flags.She sat beside her son on the Texas Giant -- a 14-story-high roller coaster that boasts what the amusement park calls "the world's steepest drop."

  • AGRIBUSINESS: US Pork Industry Counting on Bilateral FTA’s

    The U-S currently is involved in several bilateral free trade negotiations, including talks with Pacific Rim and European Union nations. During the past 20 years, exports have increased to 25% of U.S. pork production.  National Pork Producers Council President Randy Spronk says access to export markets is critical for the U.S. pork industry. Spronk says Japan currently is the U.S. pork industry’s number one value export customer with more than 2-billion dollars-worth of pork products going to Japan each year. […]

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    SHOOTING WITNESS: Warrant Issued For Teen

    Des Moines Police detectives have issued a material witness warrant in a weekend shooting. Police say they’re looking for 15 year old Antwan Geral Campbell of Des Moines.  Anyone with information on the location of Campbell is asked to call police or Polk County Crimestoppers at (515) 223-1400. Officers responded to a fight at a house party on the 17 hundred block of Mondamin Avenue early Saturday morning.  They found 16-year-old Tony Matthews laying in the yard. Witnesses say the […]

  • I THINK: Hernandez, Hockey Fans, Tour De France

    After a quick RVTV announcement, Andy chats about Hernandez, the Patriots and Iowa.  Hockey fans and the Stanley cup and more.

  • SOUNDOFF: What’s Bugging Andy?

    Andy is bugged by what he calls the “Dead Zone of Sports”.

  • SOUNDOFF: FaceOff

    There’s a new star at the speedway.  Keith and Andy talk about Boy friends at the Women’s Open and State Fair foods.

  • SOUNDOFF: Who’s in your five?

    Five memorable NBA draft night looks are featured.

  • SOUNDOFF: LookALikes

    BRoss is tough on the candidates in this installment of Look A Likes.

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    LIVEWELL MINUTE: Wound Healing Center

    Wounds usually heal quickly.  But for patients with wounds that don’t respond to treatment, regular life activities are a challenge. The wound Healing Center at Iowa Methodist Medical Center provides specialized outpatient treatment for wounds that take longer than four weeks to heal. There are a wide variety of slow-healing wounds that may be improved or eliminated with care from wound healing specialists.

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