Gary Hoffmann and Shannon Farren. Covering what you need to know (and even some stuff you didn't) weekdays 10 am to 2 pm.
We start of the show with #TerrorInTheSkies and talk about the ongoing traveling headaches as thousands of flights are cancelled and Delta pilots' picket at seven major airports. A new poll from university of Chicago's Institute of Politics shows that America is more divided than ever. A new algorithm can predict crime in U.S. cities a week before it happens. Police are sweeping Google searches to find suspects. However, this tactic face legal complications.
The California gas tax increases ahead of the Fourth of July weekend. The California state Assembly approved a bill allowing Oakland, San Francisco and Los Angeles to set up places where opioid users could legally inject drugs in supervised settings. UCLA and USC are leaving the Pac-12 for the Big-Ten.
The Supreme Court says Biden can end the Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy. A 20-year-old woman pushing a baby in a stroller in Manhattan's Upper East Side, was shot in the head at close range. Editorial Page Writer for the Wall Street Journal, Adam O'Neal, joins us live from Brussels to talk about the latest on the war in Ukraine.
California exposes personal data of hundreds of thousands of concealed gun permit applicants. A judge in Santa Ana is expected to decide whether to order a new trial against the Mongols Motorcycle Club in Orange County, who were convicted of racketeering and conspiracy in 2018. The founder of the Hells Angels Sonny Barger has died at the age of 83. A progressive Bay Area prosecutor is reelected while San Francisco tossed its liberal D.A
We start off the show with a recap of yesterdays Jan. 6th surprise hearing including Cassidy Hutchinson ‘s testimony. A Texas judge has temporarily blocked a state ban on abortions. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he's willing to defend Texas' law banning “sodomy” if the Supreme Court rules that the states should be able to regulate issues such as sex, birth control, and same-sex marriage. #Whatcha'Watchin'Wednesday.
The mother of a LAPD officer killed in a training exercise claims he was beaten during the exercise. California will send stimulus checks of up to $1,050 per family for "inflation relief". KFI's Steve Gregory joins the show and gives the latest on California Attorney General Rob Bonta releasing firearms data to increase transparency and information sharing.
A former Trump White House aid, Cassidy Hutchinson, testifies during a surprise Jan. 6th hearing. 50 immigrants are found dead in a semi-truck in San Antonio. Three people are dead, and dozens are injured in an Amtrak train crash in Missouri. Ghislaine Maxwell is set for sentencing as victims will speak.
The Jan. 6th Committee holds a surprise hearing. California to vote on adding an abortion rights protection to the state constitution. KFI's Steve Gregory gives us details on 1,7000 pounds of illegal fireworks found in an Azusa home. We have a feel good story on a 2-year-old from Kentucky becomes youngest member of high IQ society Mensa.
The Supreme Court rules that a former Washington state high school football coach had the right to pray on the field after games. Representative Maya Flores accuses Speaker Nancy Pelosi of pushing her daughter during her swearing-in ceremony last week. Four people are killed and 30 are injured after part of stadium in Columbia collapsed during a bullfight. Alec Baldwin has announced that he will interview Woody Allen.
KFI's Steve Gregory has the latest on Gascon saying LA County is safer because of his policies. Governor Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers have reached a deal to send $9.5 billion in tax refunds to Californians to provide relief for higher gas prices. Over the weekend, 8 players were ejected during a Mariners, Angels game after both benches cleared for a brawl.
The Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, banning abortion laws in about half of the states. The ruling now gives individual states the power to set their own abortions law. The Senate passed a gun safety bill, the first of its kind in three decades.
KFI's Corbin Carson has the latest on implications for California after Roe v. Wade was overturned. California's concealed-carrying permitting laws will be affected after the Supreme Court passes a gun safety bill. A man is charged with death threats against Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer. An envelope containing an unknown white powder and hate symbols was mailed to one of the offices of the campaign to recall Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon.
Professor of Law David W. Burcham Chair in Ethical Advocacy, Laurie Levenson, comes on the talk about abortion laws after the Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade. ABC's Jason Nathanson gives us an entertainment report. #NineNewsNuggetsYouNeedToKnow
The Supreme Court has ruled that Americans have the right to carry firearms in public for self-defense. An Arkansas judge has rejected a request to allow genetic testing of crime scene evidence from the killing of three boys nearly 30 years ago. Gabby Pettito's family has filed a lawsuit against Brian Laundrie's parents. Netflix takes aim at liberals with its new series called ‘Snowflake Mountain'.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Americans have the right to carry firearms in public for self-defense. The parents of a Beverly Grove man who was killed by an intruder are suing LAPD claiming the police mishandled multiple 911 calls about the suspect. Ezra Fech from Angel City Games joins the show to talk about this years' events.
Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin accused state authorities of selectively releasing information about last month's school shooting to make law enforcement look bad and intentionally leaving out details about the state's response. A slain Uvalde teacher's officer husband tried to save his wife but was detained and had his gun taken gun taken away. #WhatchaWatchinWednesday.
We start off the second hour of the show by recapping George Gascon presser on the El Monte shooting. Gascon appears to defend the man who shot and killed two police officers as he says the shooter was addicted to drugs and no history of violence. A jury has found that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted Judy Huth at the Playboy Mansion in 1975 when she was a teenager and has ordered the comedian to pay her $500,000.
We start of the show with an update on the Uvalde shooting including records sowing police were equipped to stop the shooter. The January 6th hearings continue as today the committee focuses on former President Donald Trump's efforts to pressure officials in Arizona and Georgia to overturn the 2020 election results.
California lawmakers will investigate the rising gas prices. LAPD officer, Deon Joseph, talks about what Gascon's polices have done to the city of Los Angeles and how its affect policing. Some California cities are opening weed cafes and cannabis lounges. As schools hit the summer break, many teachers say they are resigning because they are worn down by the Covid-19 pandemic, understaffed schools and political battles.
We start off the show with Terror In The Skies as travel nightmares continue. More than 1,000 flights were cancelled through the holiday weekend. Uvalde officials will reportedly hire a private law firm to block the release of public records pertaining to the school shooting. A Disney bus driver is among 12 suspects arrested in an undercover child predator investigation.
El Monte's City Hall and all city facilities will close to the public Monday to allow employees to mourn the loss of two police officers who were killed in the line of duty last week. Heat waves are expected to hit multiple states in the country. The Atlantic apparently LOVES Gavin Newsom.
The CDC issues new advice for Monkeypox symptoms. A Texas yoga teacher is on the run after shooting and killing her boyfriend's lover. GOP Senate nominee Hershel Walker is slammed for admitting he has a secret 10-year-old son. A New York City tourist on vacation with his family in Barcelona claims his $800,000 watch was stolen right off his wrist but Spanish authorities saying it's worth only $45,000.
Deputy DA John McKinney joins us to talk about Gascon blanket policies after murder of two El Monte police officers. Governor Gavin Newsom joins Donald Trump' social platform ‘The Truth' to call out “Republican lies”. A Chino Hills man who was accused of torturing a woman for month may have had more victims.
ABCs Jason Nathanson gives us an entertainment report. Vice President of the Los Angeles Association of Deputy District Attorneys, Eric Siddall, talks about George Gascon's defense of suspected cop killer's plea deal. #NineNewsNuggetsYouNeedToKnow.
LA County D.A.'s office released a statement that says they will pay for the funeral for the suspected shooter who shot and killed two El Monte police officers. Jan. 6th Committee resumes for day 3 of hearings.