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A southern elephant seal barks loudly as it breaks the water's surface. The largest of all seals at up to 8,800 pounds, it gets its name from having a trunk-like snout. Photo taken at Point Henry, Victoria, Australia in 2004 by Jason Edwards, National Geographic.

Exclusive event for KFWB VIPs at Annenberg Space for Photography

KFWB VIP winners will be treated to a private evening at “The Annenberg Space for Photography Presents the Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years.” It’s a private viewing of the exhibition and 30 minute documentary […]

10/07/2013

A southern elephant seal barks loudly as it breaks the water's surface. The largest of all seals at up to 8,800 pounds, it gets its name from having a trunk-like snout. Photo taken at Point Henry, Victoria, Australia in 2004 by Jason Edwards, National Geographic.

Exclusive event for KFWB VIPs at Annenberg Space for Photography

KFWB VIP winners will be treated to a private evening at “The Annenberg Space for Photography Presents the Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years.” It’s a private viewing of the exhibition and 30 minute documentary […]

10/07/2013

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Miss America and the conversation about race relations

After the George Zimmerman verdict we promised to continue a conversation about race relations in America. While that trial raised questions about relations between blacks and whites in this country, a more recent incident is […]

09/19/2013

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San Francisco FD helmet cams banned after Asiana crash

The fire chief in San Francisco is under fire after banning firefighters from using helmet-mounted video cameras. The order followed the release of video from the Asiana Airlines crash that led to questions about actions […]

08/21/2013

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Obesity epidemic has a high death toll

Uh-oh! The nation’s obesity epidemic may be worse than we thought — four times worse. According to a new study from Columbia University, the death toll from this epidemic may be nearly four times higher […]

08/16/2013

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Traveling on the ‘Hyperloop’

L.A. to Frisco in 30 minutes? Sounds a little like a pipe dream. Or maybe a tube is more like it. That’s the premise behind the “Hyperloop,” a travel system that’s twice as fast as […]

08/13/2013

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Whistleblower or traitor?

Whistleblower or traitor? It’s a question many have been asking since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden released information about secret government surveillance programs. Penny and Phil discussed this question on L.A.’s Morning News with David […]

08/13/2013

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In a world full of “Anthony Weiners,” Penny and Phil talk digital dating

You keep hearing the ads for online dating services and how successful they are. But you also hear the news and it seems there are a ton of jerks out there. Elizabeth Cohen is the […]

08/09/2013

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Garcetti talks about his 1st month in office

It’s been a month since Los Angeles inaugurated its new mayor, and it’s been an eventful 30 days. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti talks about a busy first month on LA’s Morning News with Phil Hulett […]

08/05/2013

L-R: Paul Lowe, Penny Griego, Phil Hulett, Bret, Se Chavez

Bret Lewis Retires – UPDATED with New Audio of Final Sportscast

UPDATE: Listen to Bret’s final sports report of his career: Friday, May 31, 2013 is Bret Lewis’ final day on the air at KFWB, or anywhere else for that matter. He officially moves from worker […]

05/31/2013

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