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KNXWBODIES "The Show" Witty and candid conversations with creatives about art, music, fashion and how they merge with creative-, popular-, mainstream-, and counter-culture... Curated By: Corey "Chach" McBride Dean "DMF" K. Moore & Tarik "Ta" Bailey
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Nicki Clark knows how tough it can be to attend school while homeless. When she was a teenager, unexpected circumstances forced her and her mother out of their home and into the streets, starting a new life and with new struggles. School was always super important, so now as an adult, Nicki is giving back to kids in a similar situation. She's an aw…
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Carol Gibson is making a difference in the lives of low-income seniors all across Southern California! Medical experts and health professionals have documented that music and art can benefit an aging person in many ways, but not all facilities or senior living centers can afford programs that provide these activities. So, Carol and her team of volu…
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Every year, the Kevin Armstrong M.D. Memorial Sports Foundation distributes hundreds of pairs of shoes to deserving kids in Santa Ana, to help keep them active for the spring and summer. There's nothing better than a new pair of kicks to build confidence in a young person! KAMSF Vice President Karen Armstrong checks in with Heroes Host Heather Jord…
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For nearly two decades, Chef Bruno Serato has been feeding our SoCal community, and communities around the world. Reaching an incredible milestone, Chef Bruno speaks with Heroes Host Heather Jordan about serving his 10-millionth meal with his non-profit, Caterina's Club. Chef Bruno also reveals how he felt getting chosen as a recipient for the 2024…
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Track meets, team building and tassles! We check in with L'Mio Edwards, who's in the middle of an exciting track season with Claremont High School. She's also building her non-profit "Team L'Mio" and the senior is getting ready for graduation! Hear the latest with Host Heather Jordan, by clicking the link! Connect at https://teamlmio.com Photo: L'M…
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There are times in life when we need a strong support system. For some people, however, that can be hard to find. With a mission to make a difference, retired Superior Court Judge Songhai Armstead is leading the way with JCOD, the new Justice, Care, and Opportunities Department with LA County! The Los Angeles native is a longtime advocate for the u…
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Fighting hunger, preventing food waste and cultivating community! Former KNX Hero of the Week Natalie Flores-Blackner chats with KNX Heroes Host Heather Jordan about their new program called Fruity Fridays, that gives homeowners with fruit trees a way to donate their abundant produce! Natalie also talks about the incredible growth of Nourish LA, si…
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From Hawaii to the Hudson Bay, to the coast of Croatia... our KNX Hero of the Week is making a big statement, when it comes to keeping our oceans and waterways healthy! 18 year-old Edie Markovich of Los Angeles is the founder of Outswimming Hunger, and she's partnering with organizations that are making a difference in our communities! Hear her sha…
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Driver Austin Varco and his Race4Autism campaign is gearing up for an exciting 2024, kicking things off with Austin's debut at the NASCAR Advanced Auto Parts Series at Irwindale Speedway. Racing to the finish line with former KNX Heroes "Special Needz Coffee" as one of his sponsors, Austin is making a big impact in the ASD community! Hear the lates…
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A passion project for 13 year-old RJ Hermes is making a big impact on local shelter dogs and their future forever-families! The creative mind behind the "Operation Pawesomeness" campaign - RJ has collected over 350 items for our canine friends, like dog beds, collars, treats and more! Hear RJ share his story with KNX Hero's host Heather Jordan by c…
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Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass sits down with KNX chief correspondent Charles Feldman, bringing with her several new revelations as she reaches the roughly 18-month mark of her administration: -The Mayor says she was surprised to hear LAPD officers would not object to a new police chief being brought in from outside the Department -She says her next …
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A true example of bravery and heroism! When doctors at Keck Medicine of USC determined Saul Casillas and Kathya Rocha matched with each other's sibling who needed an organ transplant, they didn't hesitate to donate! Click the link to hear this incredible - and rare - journey of love, compassion and triumph! Photo: Jim Kim, MD, transplant surgeon wi…
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The Tesoro High School Junior is making a big difference in the SoCal community, inspiring young girls and teens with scoliosis! Brooke Walker knows how tough it can be during treatment or surgery, herself undergoing a multi-level back fusion two years ago. After her recovery, Brooke turned to mentorship and volunteering, and now leads the Orange C…
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It's all about giving back to the community and changing the lives of young people, for Eric Horn! During the week he serves Los Angeles as a police officer, and on the weekends he inspires hundreds of kids with the NE Little League! Eric is not only a coach, he's the president of the league, helping provide a stable and positive environment for fa…
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Trauma can hold us back in many ways. As a way of healing from a horrific rape while in college, Summer Willis decided to conquer the darkness that surrounded that moment. At the age of 29, she bravely decided to make a stand, and raise her voice for herself and others. Her mission is to advocate for survivors of rape and raise funding for support …
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In a rare opportunity to look both backwards and into the future of policing in Los Angeles, KNX In Depth talked with outgoing LAPD Chief Michel Moore and incoming Interim Chief Dominic Choi. With Interim Chief Choi taking himself out of the running for consideration as the next LAPD Chief, the city embarks on a comprehensive search effort that wil…
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Benjamin Levy and his wife, Trang, were in the right place at the right time when a brush fire started burning next to some train tracks. Without hesitation, Benjamin flagged down an oncoming train, found a fire extinguisher and helped save the area until firefighters could arrive. Truly heroic actions! Listen to Benjamin tell the incredible story …
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Meet Katina Holliday! She's the CEO and founder of Holliday's Helping Hands, based in Carson, CA. It's an organization that improves the quality of life for disenfranchised individuals through love, faith and giving second chances. With seven locations and two more about to open, her non-profit is making a BIG difference in our SoCal community! Hea…
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The Jessie Rees Foundation is supporting families fighting childhood cancer all around the world! Based in Orange County, the non-profit's mission is to never, ever give up - or the term “NEGU®” - which was young Jessie's motto as she courageously battled terminal cancer. After she passed in early 2012, her family continued her legacy and the found…
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Santa Margarita High School senior Rachel Phillips is changing the lives of young people with Down syndrome, through her volunteer work and leadership! She's involved in programs with the National Association of Down Syndrome and Gigi's Playhouse, and she's also the creator of the SMHS club "Buddies Beyond Boundaries". Hear Rachel chat about it wit…
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Quick action, quick thinking and not giving up! Site foreman Chris Goetze saved the life of contractor Larry Brown, after an accident on the job. Hear Chris and Larry share their inspiring story with KNX Heroes host, Heather Jordan! Photo: Chris Goetze, VP of MG Plumbing, and private contractor Larry Brown Photo courtesy of Chris Goetze…
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It can get cold at night in Southern California, making it nearly unbearable for thousands of people who live without a permanent roof over their head. So, Peyton Hitzler is trying to help, one coat at a time! She started Coco's Coats five years ago, collecting warm clothing to give to those in need. She's already helped more than 500 people stay w…
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Shaurya Bairaria is a rising star in Southern California! The Canyon Crest Academy junior is the creator of the SoCal non-profit, "Tennis Without Borders." A few years back, Shaurya was sidelined from competitive tennis for nearly a year with an athletic injury. When he stepped back on the court, he realized how much joy the sport of tennis brings,…
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There are over 3,000 children in the foster system in Orange County, with thousands more in Los Angeles County and all across Southern California. Community change-maker Debby Thrailkill is creating smiles and bringing comfort to many of these kids, with the "My Own - A Case for Kids" project. Debby collects and distributes suitcases filled with cl…
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Heroes helping heroes... heroes delivering babies! In 2023, we honored some incredible people from Southern California, who made a big difference in our community! Heroes host Heather Jordan looks back at some of our most inspiring stories! Photo: Manhattan Beach Fire Department and the Phillips family, after the unexpected birth of their newborn b…
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From llamas to sea lions... several of our KNX heroes of 2023 came face to face, or face to snout, with an animal! In some cases, our human heroes saved an animal... in other cases, a four-legged friend helped save people! Click the link to hear KNX Heroes host Heather Jordan recap the year! Photo: Ron Barrett, saving an injured sea lion along the …
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California is home to some AMAZING young people, who are going above and beyond to make a difference! This year, our young KNX Heroes were all about serving others... click on the link to hear KNX Heroes host Heather Jordan recap their incredible stories! Photo above: Theo Schwartz and CJ Stanback with the Reading Rovers Program, courtesy of the Pa…
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Dr. David Gazzaniga is a sports medicine doctor at Hoag Orthopedic Institute, and he's also the head physician for the LA Chargers! During football season, he and his colleagues run a free, no insurance needed health clinic in Orange County for injured high school football players! Not only does it help families who struggle financially, but it als…
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Ten feet of snow. Trapped cars and homes that were completely covered. Closed roads and freezing temperatures. When a blizzard hit the California mountain town of Crestline earlier this year, Danielle Follweiler and her husband jumped into action to help save dozens of lives. She shares her story with KNX's Heather Jordan! Photo: Danielle and Jerem…
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#Bravery Ron Barrett is a field rescue volunteer with the Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute, and he was called in to help when a 400-pound sea lion was found with a knife in its snout! It was a risky rescue, but Ron's experience and skill allowed him to successfully remove the knife without any additional injuries! Click the link to hea…
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#Inclusion 17 year-old Anisha Bhatnagar is helping students at Woodbridge High School in Irvine have the resources and opportunities to take part in the Science Olympiad! Clubs can get expensive, so as a fundraising project, Anisha created a special camp for kids with a full curriculum and science experiments. It was super successful, and Anisha wa…
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Move Through Motivation is a movement aimed at spreading compassion, positivity, and resiliency throughout the community! "One person can’t move a mountain…but together we can." Co-founder Matt Olson talks with KNX Heroes host Heather Jordan about the benefits of being active and how exercise can help heal, especially when it comes to our veterans …
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Dr. Katie Nenneker and her team serve LA and Ventura Counties, helping farmers and pet owners with all types of large animals! Llamas, horses, cows, sheep, chickens... you name it! She and her husband Greg also run the Nenn Foundation, which is designed to help people who need a little help paying the vet bill. They also want to build an animal hos…
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The entire state of Maine on edge as a suspected mass shooter is still out there nowhere to be found. We go In Depth. Kids in California probably need to see the dentist more. President Biden's sticky political situation with the Israel/Hamas war.Audacy による
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Another mass shooting. This time in Maine. 18 people killed. The shooter is still on the loose as the town of Lewiston is basically on lockdown. We go In Depth. New numbers show the economy is moving up. But a lot of people still aren't comfortable. We go In Depth into this big disconnect. A man who got a second chance almost no one gets--surviving…
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A new House Speaker. Republicans finally come together and elect Louisiana's Mike Johnson. We go In Depth into who he is and why Republicans picked him. Governor Newsom met with a major world leader today. We go In Depth into what they talked about. Quirky rituals. Most of us do them, maybe without even realizing it. We look into whether they're go…
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Security guard Jack Hibard of Hemet is a true hero! He jumped into action when a woman collapsed and stopped breathing. He administered CPR, got her breathing again, and kept her alive until paramedics could take her to the hospital. And that's not all! Jack is now helping people in Hawaii after a deadly disaster! Hear him share his story with Hero…
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California and other states hit Facebook's parent company, Meta, with a big federal lawsuit. They claim Meta tries to get kids addicted to social media. We go In Depth. Some researchers say they have the answer to ease a traffic problem. Another Tik Tok trend that can be dangerous for a woman's health.…
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A scare in the air. An off-duty Alaska Airlines pilot is accused of trying to shut off a jet's engines in mid-flight. We go In Depth into the mental health of airline pilots. Hollywood is looking to end the actors' strike. Can it work before the holidays? We're going to make you IJBOL. If you don't know what we mean by that, we'll tell you because …
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The solution to high home prices and mortgage rates might be smaller homes. We go In Depth into whether we'll soon see a lot of new homes that are tinier than what we're used to. Three strikes and Jim Jordan is out as House Speaker nominee. Free will. We all have the power to make our own decisions. Or do we? One scientist says we don't. He explain…
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Donald Trump's former attorney flips and pleads guilty. We go In Depth into how this could be bad news for the former president down in Georgia. Governor Newsom is headed to Israel next week. We look into what his true political moves are with the visit. The future of affordable real estate in southern California could be the 3D printed home. We ex…
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President Biden stands with Israel. We go In Depth into whether the U.S. can help ease tensions in the region especially after the explosion at that hospital in Gaza. Cursive writing may be a lost art but it'll soon be re-discovered in schools in California. We go In Depth into why this might help students in other academic areas. Offices are filli…
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President Biden getting ready for what might be the most important diplomatic mission of his presidency. We go In Depth into his upcoming visit to Israel. Alec Baldwin is in legal trouble again in New Mexico after it appeared his case was closed. Will speed cameras work to slow down LA drivers? Or will they disappear in a flash?…
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Did Hamas know secrets about Israel's military before the attack? We go In Depth into whether there were intelligence failures and what happens next. As the actors' strike drags on, others in Hollywood are getting frustrated they can't get back to work. Rite Aid is having major money problems. We look into whether it's a sign of a larger problem wi…
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The Israeli Defense Forces have reportedly carried out their first raids inside Gaza ... which is only the start of what is anticipated to be a long, grinding and extremely destructive assault on Hamas in The Strip. We will go In Depth on whether Israel's goal of wiping out Hamas can really be achieved. And with Gaza already experiencing a full blo…
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The hopes of a quick resolution to the months-long actors strike were dashed when, in the early morning hours, SAG-AFTRA announced that studio executives have walked away from contract negotiations. Meaning the actors strike will continue indefinitely. What went wrong and how soon before the two sides get back to talking? We'll go In Depth. And the…
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About a million Israelis living in the northern territories of the country were sent scrambling for bomb shelters today, over reports that there was a massive incoming attack from Lebanon and Syria ... likely coming from Hezbollah fighters. The reports turned out to be a false alarm, but it shows how on edge Israel remains ... and how the possibili…
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Award-winning long-distance runner L'Mio Edwards continues to add to her achievements, and she's now embarking on an exciting new program that turns athletes into scholars! The Claremont High School senior is also bringing cultural awareness and inclusivity to her SoCal community. Hear her conversation with host Heather Jordan, by clicking the link…
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