Broadcasting has been a part of Kim Marriner’s life for more than 35 years. Kim joined KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO in 2005.
Kim’s career started at a 5,000-watt radio station in Denver, Colorado back in 1965. Along the way there were stops in Palm Springs, California, Tucson, Arizona and Seattle, Washington. As a general assignment news reporter and broadcast anchorman, Kim has been honored with a half dozen Emmy Awards, several Golden Mike trophies and countless plaques and certificates for journalistic excellence. During his career he has covered stories on several continents ranging from volcanic eruptions to disastrous earthquakes and from devastating wildfires to bloody riots.
An accused killer linked to at least three Southland deaths in the 1980s may be responsible for deaths in a half-dozen other states, investigators said Monday.
Thousands of utility customers were left without power this weekend as a result of rain and thunderstorms across the region.
A gang member from the San Gabriel Valley has been sentenced to death for killing two people in Whittier.
If you’ve ever wondered where your county tax dollars go, look no further than your local courthouse.
Authorities on Monday sought the public’s help in tracking down thieves who caused significant damage a Palmdale concrete company.
A dead whale that washed ashore a Southland beach a week ago may help scientists uncover new information about the ocean’s ecosystem.
Technology perfected on the battlefields of Iraq will soon see its way into patrol cars of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Governor-elect Jerry Brown and his wife have decided to rent a loft within walking distance of the Capitol so they will have a place to call home while in Sacramento.