What You Missed on LA’s Morning News 4/25/13
5:42 a.m. – Fox News Analyst Colonel David Hunt uses the Boston Marathon bombings to amplify America’s vulnerability to terror attacks, and he suggested and organized attack on our soil, with connections to rogue states, could launch World War III..
6:12 a.m. – A first of it’s kind lawsuit was filed yesterday in Los Angeles charging that English-Language instruction is falling way short for tens of thousands of area students. KFWB Legal Analyst, Royal Oakes discusses the suit with Penny Griego and Phil Hulett.
6:32 a.m. – CNN’s Don Lemon spent seven days on the streets of Boston covering the developments after the Boston Marathon Bombings. He talks about living with the knowledge another terror attack can happen at any time, and the toll all the coverage can take on the viewer, and the reporter.
7:02 a.m. – CBS 2’s David Goldstein visited the KFWB studio to preview his investigative report that uncovered Cal Trans Workers moonlighting while on the job, and while earning salaries paid by your tax dollars.
7:42 a.m. – AP Photographer John Mone checked in from the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas.
8:32 a.m. – Former MLB player and Manager, now NBC Sports Baseball Analyst, Bobby Valentine answered the question, “Are our local teams turning the corner?” (Yeah, we know the answer, but we had to ask.)
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