Keeping Southern California listeners informed about the news and activities in San Diego County is important to KNX and who better to report the facts and figures than someone who lives there. In this case it’s Tom Reopelle, our San Diego News Bureau reporter. Mr. Reopelle has spent the majority of his life in San Diego, attending schools in National City and graduating from Sweetwater High School He also attended San Diego State University where he majored in broadcasting and journalism. Over the years Tom has worked for several stations in that city, including KSDO, KOGO and XTRA. In 1990 he began his association with KNX. For his on-air work Reopelle has received recognition from the Los Angeles and San Diego Press Clubs, as well as the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California. In his spare time he likes sports, travel, and spending time with friends.
A former Southland congressman and Navy veteran wants his right to bear arms reinstated when his time in federal prison is over.
The Hispanic population in California is likely to surpass the number of whites in the state sometime next year, according to new analysis of census data.
A third suspect has been arraigned in the investigation into the murder of a Marine wife whose body was found dumped in Riverside County.
Efforts to recover the body of a missing Southland hiker were on hold Wednesday after a tragic discovery.
Even with illegal immigration numbers plunging to 40-year lows, the U.S. Border Patrol is revamping its strategy.
Sharlotte Hydorn faced a maximum sentence of up to one year in prison for her failure to pay taxes on at least $42,000 in suicide kit sales.
A federal probe into a massive power outage last year has revealed major coordination problems among electrical grid operators that went beyond any single-source failure.
A two-mile debris field is all that remains after a Redondo-based sailboat apparently collided with a larger vessel over the weekend.
Prosecutors said the blood of Brittany Kilgore and a weapon were found in a vehicle belonging to Louis Ray Perez.
A Camp Pendleton Marine will no longer be allowed to serve his country over comments that were made on Facebook.
Millions of illegal immigrants from Mexico are going back home — with many planning on staying there, according to a new report.
An investigation was underway Monday after a Marine was found dead in his Southland military barracks.
If you’ve ever wondered whether the building you work in would be able to stand up to a massive earthquake, you may soon have your answer.
A Camp Pendleton Marine is behind bars after the wife of a fellow soldier deployed overseas was reported missing.
A federal judge ruled Friday that the U.S. military has the right to respond to comments that Sgt. Gary Stein posted online.