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.
The video — which has gone viral online — depicts four Marines standing in a semicircle and urinating on three men in traditional Afghan garb.
The next time you see a commuter train rumbling through the Southland, it just might have a message for you.
Authorities said the San Diego worship facility has been intentionally set on fire for the second time in 10 days.
Don Yoon’s wife, two infant daughters and mother-in-law were killed in 2008 when a Marine jet fighter crashed into their home near Miramar.
The number of immigrants crossing illegally into Mexico may have dried up, but business is still booming for drug smugglers.
Feathers were flying in San Diego County on Friday after officials made a wild turkey shoot open to sport hunters of all ages.
A Southland charity defended its decision Monday to give away fish that had been previously used in government testing to feed those in need.
Marcos Manzano, 27, was sentenced to 180 days in a halfway house and placed on two years of supervised release.
A Southland lawmaker unveiled proposed legislation on Wednesday that would protect kids at California colleges from sexually abusive coaches.
A Southland woman trying to jump aboard a freight train after a night of partying is in the hospital recovering from surgery on Tuesday.
Tea Party members are calling on the city to provide more protection from what has become an increasingly unruly demonstration.
A pair of Southland street cart vendors are hoping to get some help from local residents after “Occupy” protesters vandalized their carts with bodily fluids.
Authorities are warning of a potential threat to one of California’s border crossings with Mexico.
An Escondido man is behind bars Friday on charges stemming from what police said is the most disturbing case of “peeping” they have ever seen
It was a narrow escape for a group of immigrants who tried to enter the U.S. illegally from Mexico via an abandoned gas pipeline.