Amy King hosts your Monday Wake Up Call. National correspondent for ABC News Steven Portnoy starts the show discussing McCarthy avoiding a shutdown and whether his speakership is in jeopardy. Amy talks with ABC News Radio Correspondent Jim Ryan about WATER, water everywhere; but is it safe? ABC News Radio Correspondent in London Tom Rivers speaks on over 100,000 Armenians flee disputed region. The show closes with the Executive Director of the Innocence Center Michael Semanchik talking about how his organization helped to free Gerardo Cabanillas after being wrongly accused and jailed for 28 years.
“Shutting Down the Government is a Choice”
Amy King hosts your Friday Wake Up Call. National correspondent for ABC News Steven Portnoy starts the show discussing comments made saying, “Shutting down the government is a choice.” ABC News’ Jordana Miller joins the show to talk about Israel reopening the main Gaza crossing for Palestinian laborers after days of rising tensions. The House Whisperer Dean Sharp joins Amy this morning to turn your bathroom from ow to wow (baths, showers, toilets, sinks) West Coast-based entertainment correspondent for ABC News Jason Nathanson closes the show with the ‘Entertainment Report.’
Adverse Effects of a Government Shutdown
Amy King hosts your Thursday Wake Up Call. National Correspondent for ABC News Alex Stone joins the show to recap the republican presidential debate that took place in California and the one big name that was missing. ABC News contributor and former FBI agent Brad Garrett speaks on how the government shutdown will adversely impact national security and law enforcement. Amy features Knotts Scary Farm in her weekly ‘Boo Preview.’ KFI’s Fork Reporter Neil Saavedra wraps the show talking about the Big Green Egg appearance at BBQs Galore.
2nd Republican Presidential Debate
Amy King hosts your Tuesday Wake Up Call. ABC News Politics Reporter Brittany Shepherd comes on the show to talk about the seven republicans set to debate in California tonight as Trump heads to Detroit – with Hutchinson on his heels. Senior Investigative Reporter for ABC News Aaron Katersky speaks on the judge ruling Trump engaged in repeated fraud, effectively deciding central question in $250MIL civil trial. KFI’s Investigative Reporter Steve Gregory interviews an Iraq war veteran who is trying to fulfill his parents’ dying wish. The show closes with ABC News National Correspondent Steven Portnoy discussing the Senate funding proposal that would keep the government open until November 17th.
Safe Stop: A New Traffic Stop Video App
Amy King hosts your Tuesday Wake Up Call. ABC News National Correspondent Steven Portnoy joins the show to talk about Menendez saying he is not going anywhere, and the cash was from his ‘personal savings.’ ABC News White House Correspondent Karen Travers speaks on Biden standing with UAW strikers, “he is standing with them to make sure they get a fair share.” Amy interviews LASD Captain Bill Moulder regarding Safe Stop. the new traffic stop video chat app in West Hollywood. ABC News Tech Reporter Mike Dobuski wraps the show sharing the BIG update with Windows 11.
Election Candidate Polls
Amy King hosts your Monday Wake Up Call. ABC News National Correspondent Steven Portnoy joins the show discuss the new poll showing Trump in command of the GOP primary. ABC News White House Reporter Karen Travers speaks on the new poll showing bad numbers for Biden. Amy interviews Dr. John Delony about how to build a non-anxious life. The show wraps with the Director of the Sleep Disorders Institute at Providence Mission Hospital Dr. Bruce Tammelin.
Amy and the House Whisperer | The Points Guy
Amy King hosts your Friday Wake Up Call. ABC News National Correspondent Steven Portnoy joins the show to talk the House heading home for the week as the government shutdown deadline looms. The House Whisperer Dean Sharp returns to Wake Up Call to discuss appliances in 2023. Specifically, what’s the state of the industry and when it’s time to transition. Amy talks with the Managing Editor at TPG Clint Henderson, also known as “the points guy,” to talk about Uthe best practices to maximize your cash back & rewards with top credit cards.
Boo Preview: Disney’s Halloween Time
Amy King hosts your Monday Wake Up Call. ABC News National Correspondent Steven Portnoy joins the show to talk about Garland being grilled by House republicans on Hunter Biden and Trump investigations. Former FBI agent and now crime and terrorism analyst for ABC News Jim Ryan discusses AI and the battle against veteran suicides. It’s that time! Amy brings you her ‘Boo Preview’ highlighting all the fun Halloween activities you can do this year starting with Disney’s Halloween time. The show wraps with the Market Manager for Best Friends Animal Society in L.A talking about the Paw Patrol Guiness World Record attempt.
Mystery of the Missing Stealth Fighter Jet
Amy King hosts your Monday Wake Up Call. ABC White House Correspondent Karen Travers discusses Netanyahu and Biden finally set to meet today, but not at the White House, in New York. KFI's own Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro joins Wake Up Call for a new edition of ‘Wired Wednesday.’ Rich talks about major new features on the iPhone 15 models including better camera, better zoom, action button, and USB-C. He goes on to cover Apple software updates, and Google’s AI bot can now search your email and documents. CNBC’s Jane Wells talks about the Fed’s meet today, companies promising to be greener, Instacart stock, and FTX. ABC News Crime and Terrorism analyst Jim Ryan wraps the show talking about the mystery of the missing stealth fighter jet.
The Corpse Flower AKA Stankosaurus Rex
Amy King hosts your Monday Wake Up Call. ABC White House Correspondent Karen Travers discusses President to address UN General Assembly and give a “full-throated defense of support for Ukraine. Host of ‘How to Money’ Joel Larsgaard joins Amy King on Wake Up Call to talk about why not all index funds are created equal, cell phone carrier promotions that are happening right now that are trying to entice folks into getting a new iPhone. Amy interviews Botanical Gardens Curator Brandon Tam about the Corpse Flower that is ready to bloom at the Huntington Library. The Corpse Flower is the largest unbranched inflorescence in the plant kingdom. It can grow more than 8 feet tall, blooms for only 1 to 3 days every year or so, and boasts a powerful stench when it blooms, earning the flower its putrid name. ABC News Crime and Terrorism analyst Jim Ryan wraps the show speaking on fake goods causing real damage.