PODCASTS OF OUR JUNE SHOWS ARE NOW ONLINE

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Our June podcasts of the East County Magazine Show on KNSJ radio are now online, including many candidates who will be on your November ballot, as well as interviews on issues ranging from firefighting job opportunities to legal tips for surviving disasters.

To listen to our June radio shows online now, plus see a complete list of interviewees and other content on each show in June, click here or click "read more" and scroll down. (Please be patient, sound files may take a minute to load)

The East County Magazine Radio Show airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on KNSJ 89.1 FM.

Audio links to listen to shows are at the bottom of this page, below the index of shows.

Monday, June 2, 2014

Newsmakers: Interview with District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis

Capitol Report: 53rd Congressional district race – Congresswoman Davis faces challengers

East County Magazine public service announcement, station ID

50th Congressional district race: Hunter vs. Kimber vs. Benoit

CrimeBeat: Wanted: Daniel Juarez Martinez, suspect who attacked wife and set fire to home

Insurance Commissioner race pits consumer champion vs. insurance broker and a third-party candidate

Green Scene:  Charge Ahead California bill aims to put 1 million electric vehicles on roads

Health Report: Child denied medical cannabis for seizures dies

Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire Alerts

Proposal would fund grants for counties to help offenders with mental illness (Public News Service)

Bookshelf: Diane Guest, psychotherapist and author of Where’s My Life, I Know I Put It Somewhere

Night fishing at Santee Lakes kicks off

Closing credits

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Election returns for statewide offices

Incumbents win primaries in 5 local Congressional districts

Top tier primary leaves some races with top two candidates in same party; results in local Assembly and State Senate races

San Diego City Council results

Dumanis wins reelection outright

Supervisor races; Horn’s seat hangs in balance

Dronenberg retains seat as Assessor/Recorder/Clerk

Judicial race outcomes

Station ID

Democrats score strong wins in school board races

Green Scene: EPA proposes cuts in coal plant carbon emissions

International Refugee Month: Nile Sisters plans celebration

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

East County Magazine public service announcement

Health report: 2 San Diegans get rare infections from tattoos

After the fires: County News Service report

Better Business Bureau warms about scams

Sheriff warns Borrego Springs residents of predator released in community

Bookshelf: Diana Guest, psychotherapist, author of Where’s My Lif? I Know I Put It Somewhere

Viejas Wildfire Alerts: public service announcement

Agricultural Report: Farm Tour to include farms in Ramona, Escondido and Oceanside

Sounds of History: Lemon Grove Historical Society to present “An Immigrant’s Journey”

Air Show San Diego to take flight at Gillespie Field

Green Scene: Bill aims to put 1 million electric vehicles on CA roadways (Public News Service)

Ready, Set, Grow: Water-wise gardening

Lions, Tigers and Bears rescues four bears

Closing credits

Friday, June 6, 2014

Top 10 days to delight Dad on Father’s Day

Heartland Fire Chief warns sky lanterns are dangerous; they are also illegal—thanks to an ECM investigation

Newsmaker: Supervisor Dianne Jacob discusses Alzheimer’s Project

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Green Scene: Forest Ethics group stages protest in San Diego against 3M, accuses company of greenwashing and deforestation

El Cajon to honor NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson

Sports: SDSU athletes advance to big leagues

Congresswoman Davis and President Obama honor WWII veterans at D-Day sites in Normandy

Station ID, East County Magazine public service announcement, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Supervisor Jacob hosts coffee with constituents in Lakeside

Destination East County:  Top events this week range from an air show to a farm tour

Firehouse Chili Cook-off in Alpine

Santee Lakes celebrates 50 years of marriages with renewal ceremony for couples

SDG&E hosts community tailgates to help with your energy needs; offer low-cost LED bulbs

Health: Foods that help you stay hydrated

Local events to honor International World Refugee Month

First cases of rare tattoo-related infectionsfound in 2 San Diego patients

Agricultural Report: Farm Tour to feature farms in Ramona, Escondido and Oceanside

Prop 41, housing bond to help homeless veterans approved by voters (Public News Service)

CrimeBeat: Wanted: Daniel Juarez Martinez, suspect who attacked wife and set fire to home

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

Monday, June 9, 2014

Borrego Springs is draining aquifer; meeting set on how to protect future water supplies

People Power: Janis Mork interviews Star Bales, Iraqi Chaldean appointed to El Cajon City Council

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Anniversary of U.S. Supreme Court case Brown vs. Board of Education: Highlights of speech by Assemblywoman Shirley Weber on lingering inequality in education

Low election turnout, Registrar reports

Silicon Valley executive seeks to eliminate teacher tenure

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, East County Magazine public service announcement, station ID

New Sheriff substation opens in Pine Valley (sound bytes from Sheriff Gore and Supervisor Jacob)

Prop 41 helps homeless veterans (Public News Service)

County’s first rapid bus transit service opens

Green Scene: Bill aims to put million electric vehicles on roads (Public  News Service)

Radical Reptiles: Coming to the Crest Library

FDA issues guidelines, safety tips on medication for older adults

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, Station ID

Interview with musician Raelee Nichole

Crimebeat: Daniel Juarez Martinez wanted for attacking wife, setting fire to home

Health: child dies after being denied medical cannabis for seizures

Shooting rampage near UCSB triggers bill to increase spending to help offenders with mental illnesses after release from prison

Closing credits

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Bill to require medical interpreters on Governor’s desk; Councilwoman Marti Emerald holds press conference to urge signature

Lawsuit alleges abuse, overcrowding at immigration facilities

92% increase in children crossing border; resolution introduced to provide legal representation

Green Scene: Calif. grants endangered status to grey wolves

Helix Water hikes rates

Top 10 ways to delight Dad on Father’s Day

Talk to Dad about his health this Father’s Day (Public News Service)

Crimebeat: Reward offered in vandalism case at Ramona High School

Federal disaster loans available to San Diego wildfire victims; outreach centers open

Health report: FDA changes guidelines on fish consumption for pregnant and nursing women and children

Viejas Wildfire Alerts: public service announcement; East County Magazine public service announcement, Station ID

Destination East County: this week’s top events include activities for Dad and families, including America on Main Street

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Curtain may soon be rising at East County Performing Arts CenteR: City issues request for proposals, seeks anchor tenants

Sounds of history: Helen Ofield interviews Gary McClintock, president of McClintock Saddleworks in Descanso

Fire kills Lakeside mobilehome park resident

Night fishing kicks off at Santee Lakes

Harlem Globetrotters to hold clinics in East County and San Diego

Closing credits

Friday, June 13, 2014

Newsmakers: Interview with Ben Kalasho, president, Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce on the uprisings in Iraq and fall of Mosul

Judge issues ruling in teacher tenure case

Station ID

Should national minimum wage be increased? Analysis of potential impacts

San Diego Blood Bank seeks donors

San Diego Police officers arrested in drug bust by Sheriff’s officials

Green Scene: SDSU hosts sustainability conference

President, Congressional members offer help to students with student loan debts

Station ID, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, East County Magazine public service announcement

Photo released of what Mickey Guidrey, missing since 2009, might look like today

UCSD researchers announce breakthrough findings in diabetes

Disaster loan outreach centers open for wildfire victims

Newsmaker: Supervisor Dianne Jacob on Alzheimer’s Project (rerun)

Destination East County

Closing credits

Monday, June 16, 2014

California Legislature approves budget, freezes tuitions

Sports: Baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwinn dies of cancer

Education: Meeting in GUHSD on reallocation of funds in local schools

CrimeBeat: Campo man arrested for murder of nephew

Bill would make it prohibitive to recount ballots – unless you’re wealthy

Sports: SDSU athlete named MVP for Spurs after overcoming tragedy

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Sheriff’s helicopter makes hoist rescue in Boulder Creek ravine

Green Scene: California grants endangered species status to grey wolves

Drone manufacturers hold conference on promoting drone industry in San Diego

FDA updates advice, offers safety tips for older Americans on medication

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El Cajon to hold tributes to NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, East County Magazine public service announcement, Station ID

Jobs Talk: Herman Reddick, County Fire Authority and Chief Greg Griswold, Acting Fire Chief, San Diego County Fire Authority discuss career opportunities in firefighting

Station ID

Tribal Beat: Eric Runningpath, Navajo,  Native American dancer, and cultural peace ambassador

Closing credits

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Newsmaker: Mark Arabo, Neighborhood Market Association, on the crisis in Iraq and his efforts to persuade President Obama to provide safe passage for persecuted Christians

Station ID

Search underway for missing Ramona man with feeding tube

Proposed release of predator Allen Fields in Campo

Use caution in extreme heat (Public News Service)

Consumer Watchdog unveils website to complain about health insurance

$6.5 million settlement for owners of pets harmed by jerky treats

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, East County Magazine public service announcement, station ID

On the Road in East County: Julian, California, historic gold rush town

Grossmont Healthcare District board vacancy

Station ID

Drone manufacturers hold summit to promote drone industry in California

Sports: SDSU player named MVP by Spurs

President, Congress take steps to help students burned by high student loan debt

Helix Water to hike rates

Closing credits

Friday, June 20, 2014

Newsmakers: Two views on raising minimum wage: representatives from Center for Policy Initiatives and Neighborhood Markets Association

Station ID, East County Magazine public service announcement

Bystanders who saved man’s life in Alpine honored by Alpine Fire Department

Park Station Project in La Mesa ends with shocker: co-applicantAmerican Legion withdraws support

Trauma deaths drop sharply; county trauma system credited

Destination East County: Hot summer concerts, movies, hikes and more

At risk study on teens finds rise in e-cigarette usage

Closing credits

Monday, June 23, 2014

After Action report on wildfires presented to Supervisors

California declares whooping cough emergency

U.S. Forest Service warns firefighting costs could reach triple funds available; bill could free funds for emergencies

Local government report: hot items on local agendas

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CrimeBeat: Arrest made in triple homicide; family owns restaurant in Lakeside

Sahara Mustard Task Force uproots invasive weeds in Anza Borrego Desert

Court rules voters signing petitions don’t have right to know who funds measures

Hearings set on immigrant driver’s license law (Public News Service)

Destination East County: Sizzling summer activities: from concerts and movies under the stars to night fishing

Station ID, East County Magazine public service announcement, Viejas Alerts public service announcement

California Legislature votes down bill to require labeling of genetically modified foods

Iraqi immigrant sentenced for killing wife in El Cajon

Bookshelf: Alan Mindell, author of baseball book The Closer, and motivational speaker

Station ID

CDC’s National Youth Risk survey finds electronic cigarette smoking up (Public News Service)

Sounds of History: Saddle maker Garry McClintock of Descanso, on lore of the vaquero and cowboy

Closing credits

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Introduction

Newsmaker: Mark Arabo returns with updates on his Washington D.C. trip, State Department briefings and meetings with Congressional leaders on genocide in Iraq, where 1.5 million people are displaced

Health report: Tony Gwinn’s death draws national attention to dangers of chewing tobacco

“Monopoly Protection Act” aims to kill community choice energy programs

Chaldean Corner: Mark Arabo reacts to death of Michael George, Chaldean leader in Detroit

Sahara Mustard Task Force uproots invasive weeds in Anza Borrego desert

Crimebeat: FBI sweep rescues children victimized by sex trafficking

CDC’s National Youth Risk survey finds electronic cigarette smoking up (Public News Service)

Judge rules No Fly List violates constitutional rights

Sheriff offers vacation home checks

Destination East County: Sizzling summer events, from concerts and movies under the stars to night fishing

Station ID

Green Scene:  U.S. Fish & Wildlife proposes 30 year eagle take permits for wind developers

Closing credits

Friday, June 27, 2014

Introduction

Newsmakers: Interview with local Scouts who saved a woman’s life

El Cajon Council actions range from liens over weed abatement to retiring a police dog

Green Scene: Future of federal forest lands hangs in balance in Alpine area

 Health: County trauma deaths drop sharply, county trauma system now nationally recognized model

Station ID, East County Magazine public service announcement, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Health: First exoskeleton device approved by FDA to help paralyzed individuals stand and walk

ACLU applauds Supreme Court ruling that requires warrant for police to search cell phone

Supreme hypocrisy: high court finds buffer zone around abortion clinics unconstitutional, but has buffer zone around Supreme Court’s own building

Station ID

Sheriff’s vacation home checks

Destination East County: Sizzling summer events from outdoor concerts and movies under the stars to night fishing

New guidelines to help low-income people pay utility bills and get energy saving upgrades

Closing credits

Monday, June 30, 2014

Immigrant families brought to San Diego; some escaped human traffickers, gang threats

Summertime safety tips

Green Scene: White House sets up task force to reverse decline in bee, butterfly populations

Lemon Grove deputies arrest suspects in robberies of fumigated homes

O’Dunn Fine Art reopens after driver smashed through storefront window (interview with Shannon O’Dunn)

Station ID

Search for missing Ramona man ends tragically

Senior volunteers are assets to Sheriff’s Department, Grand Jury finds

East County Magazine public service announcement, Station ID

Destination East County: 4th of July Festivities in our inland region

Station ID

Jobs Talk: Herman Reddick, San Diego County Fire Authority, and Chief Greg Griswold, Fire Chief, San Diego County Fire authority, on career opportunities in firefighting

Closing credits

 

 

 

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