On Thursdays, we bring you all our weird, science stories for #StrangeScience. This week we highlight a vehicle that can be driven on the moon's surface, pig organs helping save lives and whether it is ok or not to pee in the shower.
For our #SmallBusinessShoutout this week, we bring back an old friend. Kyriakos Champi owns Gyromani in Stevenson Ranch and comes on talk about how his business has been doing after it was broken into last week.
A former police chief says the remains found while searching for Brian Laundrie are strange // Trump is starting his own social media platform // LA City council outlaws homelessness in 54 location in 3 of its districts // Fisherman in New York City are catching super tuna // The Dodgers are down 2-3 against the Atlanta Braves and face elimination tonight.
Law enforcement finds human remains in Florida's natural reserve while searching for Brian Laundrie // Netflix employees stage a walkout to protest Dave Chappelle's special, ‘The Closer' // Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty for the shooting in Parkland, Florida in 2018 // Venice continues to be inundated with flooding // Rudy Giuliani uses an Abraham Lincoln filter in an attack video aimed at Virginia // Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Terry McAuliffe // Bitcoin's value hits an all-time high.
We take you down the path of "hell" with a memoir as poetic and infectious as a Disney movie from hell. Next, we prep for the holidays as Disneyland gets things ready for Halloween, Steve Gregory joins us, and an airplane Karen with Terror in the Skies.
This week's #TrueCrimeTuesday is a 2-parter. First, we look into the Broadway actor who became the victim of a drunken murder-suicide. Lastly, we inspect the case of the Dorm murderer who left his victims in peculiar poses.
Alex Murdaugh is denied bond // FBI agents raid the home of Oleg Deripaskas, who has ties to Vladimir Putin // Haiti gang asks for $17 million to release kidnapped U.S. missionaries // A giant sun fish is found in the Mediterranean Sea // 76ers suspend Ben Simmons for the season opener.
Former US Secretary of State, Colin Powell, dies at the age of 84 // A mudslide in India leaves 28 people dead // Biden administration plans to tackle pollution from the widely used ‘forever chemicals' // The wealthiest 10% of Americans own 89% of all U.S. stocks // Apple announces the release of their powerful chips ever // An expert says that the violence in ‘Squid Games' can produce a generation of violent bullies.
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Steve Bannon facing contempt charges for January 6th riots // Thousands of John Deere workers go on strike // Katie Couric is getting heat admission about Ruth Bader Ginsburg // Red Flag emojis are flooding social media // Prince William suggest that rich people should try to save Earth instead of going to space // George Takei calls William Shatner an ‘unfit' guinea pig after his trip to space.
Gabby Petito's cause of death is released // Brush fire in Santa Barbara closes the 101 freeway // Hilary Clinton predicts Trumps 2024 decision // Texas Governor Greg Abbott issues executive order banning all covid vaccines // FAA says there is no evidence that their flight cancellations are related to the companies vaccine mandates // New study says that older adults without heart disease shouldn't be taking Aspirin // Black Chyna has a meltdown at an airport screaming at people to go get vaccinated.
British police release that they will not take any action against Prince Andrew // Grocery stores will have a limit quantity of select products // Three US based economists have won the Nobel Prize for economics // Superman's son is revealed to be bisexual in the DC comic books // Jaime Lynn Spears is changing the name of her upcoming book
KFI News' Corbin Carson takes an in-depth look into the fight to reclaim Bruce's Beach, beachfront land in Manhattan Beach that was taken from Willa and Charles Bruce using eminent domain almost 100 years ago. Featuring interviews with descendants of the Bruce family, local officials, citizens, and activists who brought this story to the forefront and fought for public recognition of what was done to the Bruce family and the effort to make things right.
The Technique of the Week is salt and pepper and its different uses and ratios when seasoning your food. Later, we get to speak with Raphael Francois and Julian Cox of The Café at Fanny's.
Dozen of states have tried to end qualified immunity, police officers and unions helped beat nearly every bill and Foodie Friday with Neil Saavedra on diet soda promoting cravings.
Bill Handel talks with Corbin Carson about his upcoming KFI News Special, ‘This Sand is My Sand, The Stolen Legacy of Bruce's Beach and Handel on the News Late Edition.
Bill Handel discusses who can opt out of school Covid mandates as California lawmakers eye crackdown, how climate change in supercharging California heat waves and private prisons are still making money from federal inmates despite Biden's executive order.
Bill Handel and the morning bring the latest topics in news including Southern California set for more rain in the forecast, a lawsuit being filed over the Huntington Beach oil spill and 18 NBA former players being charged with fraud.
Bill Handel talks with ABC's Jim Ryan about the suspect in Texas high school shooting in custody, LA County having the strictest Covid vaccine mandates in the country and CEQA lawsuits are blocking needle exchange.