Sea Level Rising Faster Than Expected – Scientists Warn

A panel of NASA scientists says global sea levels rose an average of three inches since 1992. NASA Satellites documented regional variations, with some areas rising as much as nine inches. The researchers say say three feet of sea level rise is essentially guaranteed, although they are uncertain about the time frame. Sea level rise is driven by the expansion of...

The Sky Is Not Falling? China’s Stock Market Impact

Monday morning was an extremely turbulent day on the market as U.S. stocks plummeted by 1,000 points, and closed with a loss of nearly 600 points. According to CNN, the 588-point decline was the worst for the Dow Jones since August 2011. Tuesday morning however, stocks surged after China cut interest rates to help reboost the economy, partially recovering some...

What Would Happen to the Eurozone if Greece Leaves?

This Friday the Greek president is expected to call for early elections in September. This comes a week after former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned following fierce opposition within his government to the latest bailout agreement with the Troika. Syriza will face a challenge from the Popular Unity party led by the former energy minister along with 25...

KTALK is “Changing it ALL UP”

Starting Monday July 20th, KTKK AM630 – Is changing up quite a bit of it’s week day programming!!!!! Check out the scheduling on the website – and watch our Facebook Page!!!!! Some “New” Hosts / Shows –  Some Old Hosts / Shows – CHANGE IS GOOD!!!!!!  

Are YOU Prepared – Food Storage

Consider the following things when putting together your emergency food supplies: Store at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food. Choose foods your family will eat. Remember any special dietary needs. Avoid foods that will make you thirsty. Choose salt-free crackers, whole grain cereals and canned foods with high liquid content. Following a disaster,...

Greek Government Issues Decree On Banks’ Reopening

The Greek government has issued a decree ordering banks to reopen on Monday, three weeks after they were closed amid the country’s debt crisis. The amount of money Greeks can withdraw is to be made slightly more flexible: with a maximum of 420 euros a week in place of the current strict limit of 60 euros a day. But other capital controls including restrictions...