Ron Kilgore is a 36-year broadcast veteran in radio and television news.
Before joining KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO in March 2005, he was a producer/anchor for NBC News Radio, as well as a guest host for America in the Morning and First Light, nationally syndicated morning news magazines.
Ron previously was host of the nationally syndicated morning business program, The Wall Street Journal This Morning. Los Angeles news radio listeners also know Ron from his work at KFWB, where he hosted and produced the Los Angeles Times Noon Business Hour and was a morning news anchor and an entertainment reporter. Ever versatile, Ron has also been the lead correspondent for Democratic and Republican National Conventions.
Ron has won 10 Golden Mikes for his excellence in sports, news and economic reporting. He has been honored with the American Bar Association Award of Merit, the Arizona AP Governor’s Cup and numerous AP awards.
It’s like something out of the “Twilight Zone”.
(KNX 1070) – Upon the hill at Yorba Linda’s Woodgate Park, you can find the grave markers of some of the area’s most famous families from Orange County’s Spanish “rancho” era, including the Yorbas. Ron […]
The history of Yorba Linda is rich with Nixon lore.
Nearly hidden in the middle of a Placentia residential neighborhood, the George Key Ranch Historic Park salutes Orange County’s rich agricultural heritage.
According to local legend, Quakers once held the only liquor license in Yorba Linda to make sure the town stayed dry – even after the Prohibition.
The Affordable Care Act is often compared to RomneyCare in Massachusetts.
Many small business owners aren’t sure what to do under the Affordable Care Act.
Ron Kilgore reports on the beginnings of what has become one of the most eclectic universities in the country.
One thorny issue facing drivers in San Pedro these days is the addition of new bike lanes on a couple of very busy streets.
One of Orange County’s most troubled hospitals will soon be shutting its doors.
Transit officials in Long Beach will work with a Chinese company to develop an electric bus for the city.
When NASA got out of the Space Shuttle business, it left an opening for aerospace start-up SpaceX to fill the gap.
The South Bay economy is heavily impacted by the U.S. headquarters for two automakers, Honda and Toyota, both in Torrance.
An effort by several Southern California lawmakers was underway Thursday to develop more gun buyback programs statewide.
A prolonged drought that has wreaked havoc on crops throughout much of America’s breadbasket may soon move closer to the Southland.