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The L.A. Report is a breakdown of the day's top news from Southern California, featuring the award-winning reporting of LAist.com and KPCC 89.3 FM – L.A.'s number one NPR station. Hosted by Susanne Whatley in the morning and Nick Roman in the afternoon, it's the smart way to start and end your day. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
 
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Bob Seng, J.D. and the other experts at Benefit Comply, LLC discuss the most pressing regulatory issues affecting employers who sponsor employee benefits. Become a Benefit Comply client to receive these podcasts sooner and have access to robust show notes and other compliance resources.Bob Seng J.D. is a Principal and Senior Compliance Consultant for Benefit Comply, LLC. An ERISA and employee benefits lawyer with 25 years of experience, he was formerly a partner with Dorsey & Whitney in Minn ...
 
The Chad Hartman Show — A veteran of the radio scene in the Twin Cities, Chad is known for his work in sports, including as the one time play-by-play voice of the Minnesota Timberwolves. But he’s also known for knowledge of the issues, which makes him one of the best interviewers in the business. But make no mistake, Chad likes to have a lot of fun. And if you don’t believe it, ask Adam.
 
Ray Appleton began his radio career in Fresno in 1969. That career has taken him from Fresno to London and back. He has been a part of the KMJ team since 1987 and continues to share his thoughts and viewpoints with his very large and loyal audience weekdays from 11am-2pm on Central California's News Talk 580 and 105.9 KMJ!
 
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Shaykh Rizwan Hussain Al-Azhari began his Islamic education at a very young age. At the tender age of 11, in the year 1999, he was enrolled into the Al-Karam Secondary School where he spent five years of his academic life. After completing his GCSEs in 2004, he decided to pursue further Islamic education in the Al karam higher Islamic Studies department, thereby completing the 3 year Diploma in Islamic Sciences & Classical Arabic Language in 2007. Post graduation, the Shaykh then proceeded t ...
 
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Today: State water board announces that Southern California is likely to receive more water this year from Northern California; Following mass shootings in California, Senator Alex Padilla calls for more federal action on gun safety; Three years of COVID; International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible b…
 
Tonight: Alhambra to hold Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday; Before Saturday's shooting, the Star Dance Studio in Monterey Park was a fixture on the local ballroom dancing scene; Thursday marks the final night of LA County's annual "Point in Time" count of unhoused Angelenos; Burbank's Adam Schiff announced that he's running for Congress; MiJa Book…
 
The Washington Post recently said that DeSantis has gon full-blown white supremacist. Meta said the suspensions of Donald Trump’s accounts would be lifted “in the coming weeks,” with measures in place to discourage repeat offenses. Twitter reinstated Mr. Trump last year. Republican strategists see former President Trump emerging as the political wi…
 
President Joe Biden’s administration may bring a record 2.7 million illegal aliens to the United States-Mexico border this year, new analysis projects. A majority of likely Hispanic voters say they oppose amnesty for the nation’s 11 to 22 million illegal aliens, a new poll reveals. Mike Pompeo, a former secretary of State and CIA director, on Wedne…
 
Today: New information about the weapon used in Monterey Park shooting; Third vigil was held for victims outside of the Star Ballroom dance studio; Community colleges in Southern California report that students sleep in their cars or struggle to find their next meal while balancing their studies; In Orange County, a new report finds major gaps in p…
 
Tonight: Third vigil in Monterey Park tonight; UCLA law professor says California's gun laws are strict compared to states with weaker laws; High-capacity magazine ban held up in federal court; L.A. County supervisors approve ordinance banning new oil wells and phase out existing drilling; L.A. County's annual "Point in Time" count of unhoused Ange…
 
Border enforcement officials apprehended more than three dozen people named on the federal terrorism watchlist at the US-Mexico frontier in the final three months of 2022 — after a record number of terror suspects were caught in the 12 months ending Sept. 30 last year. In pointed language, federal regulators rebuffed a request Tuesday from the oper…
 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced plans to test a new nuclear-powered rocket, saying it's capable of greatly reducing the time it would take to fly astronauts to Mars. Mike pompeo lists his top 10 "lazy" and "nasty" journalists. Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) formally rejected two high-profile Democrats from continuing to s…
 
Rates for PG&E customers in Fresno could go up once again in 2023, pending approval by the California Public Utilities Commission. Per mile traveled, our British friends are now paying more to charge their electric cars than to gas them up. Walmart said Tuesday it is raising its minimum wage for store employees to $14 an hour, representing a roughl…
 
Today: USGS confirms 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck near Malibu early Wednesday morning; The L.A. County Board of Supervisors has voted to extend COVID eviction protections for two more months; L.A. County's annual homeless count is underway; Vice President Kamala Harris is set to visit Monterey Park; Man accused of killing seven people at two mus…
 
Tonight: Vigil tonight for Monterey Park victims; Ballroom dancing community in Monterey Park; Annual "Point in Time" count of unhoused Angelenos begins tonight; Oscar nominations, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support th…
 
Steve and Ray spin the wheel of California topics that are exploding in the headlines this week including the recent mass shootings in California. Also Jill Biden, school lunches, focus on money going to specific schools that target black students, and more. As the fine-dining chef at her high school served samples of his newest recipes, Anahi Nava…
 
CNN host Don Lemon defended his decision to wear a hoodie under his suit jacket during a live broadcast after “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert made fun of him. Director Joel Souza was struck by the same bullet that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the film “Rust” — but the district attorney has said that actor and producer A…
 
The number of people on the nation’s terror watch list who have been arrested at the southern border has soared under the Biden administration, according to a new report. About 19% of all cars sold in California last year were zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), accounting for 40% of all ZEV sales including hybrid vehicles in the United States, data sho…
 
Today: Seven people killed in two related shootings yesterday in San Mateo County; Death toll in Saturday's mass shooting in Monterey Park rises to 11; Bass and city council say solving homelessness a top priority; Orange County plans to open a cold weather emergency shelter; The Orange County Transportation Authority will soon resume weekend train…
 
Currently 11 people are dead, and at least ten more are hospitalized after a mass shooting during a Lunar New Year Celebration in a Los Angeles suburb late Saturday night. A leading official in Russia’s parliament is warning of a “global tragedy” if Ukraine gets new weapons from allies as the bitter fight between the two nations nears the 11-month …
 
Tonight: The latest on the Monterey Park mass shooting that killed 11. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.comBy LAist Studios
 
Rick and Ray sit and talk boxing. Specifically an upccoming fight featuring Central Valley Champion Jose Ramirez. Biden and congressional Democrats now want to let expire major planks of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, former President Donald Trump's signature domestic achievement, particularly the incentives for American businesses to invest mo…
 
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