Welcome to a brand new radio station for Des Moines!

LITE 104.1 is now the New MORE 104. So, what does MORE mean? It's built around the idea that you deserve a little MORE. MORE upbeat music to get you through the day. MORE commercial free music, every day 9 til Noon. No one else does that! MORE variety with all time favorites along with today’s most popular music. Let us know what you think!


Scott Allen
Brand Manager, The New MORE 104

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What's Happening

Commercial-Free 9am-Noon Weekdays

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Start each workday with more than 3 hours of commercial-free music. Brought to you by the Midas Auto Service Experts.

Furry Friday

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Each week we feature a great potential addition to your family from the Animal Rescue League.

Hire Me Iowa

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Looking for a job around the Des Moines area? Check out our current job listings here.

7th Annual YESS Duck Derby

Duck Derby 2014

Adopt a duck and help a child for a chance to win $1,000,000.

Entertainment

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Queen Elizabeth II marks 88th brithday

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The royal marks her 88th birthday with a black and white portrait.

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CHILD STARS: Then & Now

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We practically watched these kids grow up each week on our TVs, but would you recognize them now?

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Today in entertainment history: April 21

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A look at the news making Hollywood headlines in years past.

Music

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White House: ‘no comment’ on Justin Bieber deportation petition

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The troubled Canadian pop star is staying in America for now.

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Miley Cyrus postpones rest of U.S. tour

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The singer will put the rest of her stateside tour on hold while she recovers from an allergic reaction to antibiotics.

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Chris Brown’s assault trial begins today

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There's more at stake for the singer than whether he punched a man outside a Washington D.C. hotel last fall.