Wednesday, September 16th 2020
Record wildfires are raging across the West, blanketing cities with smoke. Because of the pandemic, that smoke is even more dangerous to public health than it usually is.
High school senior Keetra Bippus and 6th grader Rebekah Gonyou share their experiences with remote learning.
Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons and Republican strategist Matt Mackowiak discuss the latest news from the 2020 presidential race.
The city will pay a $12 million settlement to the the family of Breonna Taylor and implement a series of police reforms.
Much of the city was destroyed by the Almeda Fire on Sept. 8.
Louisville, Kentucky, will pay a $12 million settlement to the family of Breonna Taylor and implement police reforms. UCLA Law professor Joanna Schwartz joins us to discuss the settlement. And,...
Resident chef Kathy Gunst shares her basic rules and a few of her most prized recipes for canning the summer harvest.
A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that Florida could withhold voting rights from people with felonies who have not paid off all their court fines and fees.
Colorado's secretary of state filed a lawsuit alleging USPS mailed out voter information that is "not just confusing but wrong" to voters in the state.
The House Transportation Committee released a damning report Wednesday blaming Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration for the 737 Max disasters.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers say they continue to seize large loads of drugs on the Texas-Mexico border, but the contraband also includes a popular Mexican delicacy.
With a record number of people expected to vote by mail in November's election, it's likely that we will not know who won on election night.
Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, says police are facing “enormous” pressure after the killing of George Floyd.
Resident chef Kathy Gunst joins us with tips and recipes to can seasonal fruits and vegetables. And, we discuss what it's like to be an officer in 2020 with Chuck...
The storm is dumping torrential rain that forecasters said would cause dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle to Mississippi and well inland.