Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes Podcasts and Past Shows
The Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes show offers a unique perspective on news, politics and life. Bruce and Pamela tell stories and make us laugh with an injection of common sense. No topic is too serious or too silly. If you care about the community you live in join the conversation weekdays from 9am - Noon on 92.3 KTAR Phoenix or download the daily podcasts.
August 28, 2015
The shooter of a TV crew in Virginia actually had disguises and fake license plates for his escape plan. He showed warning signs after being fired should we take things more seriously?
Tyson talks about his plan to have people donate change in mason jars to help build a new Monument to Compassion for the Colten Cowell Foundation.
An Arizona man is arrested for supporting ISIS. Is there anyway to stop people that support terrorists online?
A verdict has been reached in the Prep School rape case. The accuser was found not-guilty on 3 felony rape charges but was found guilty on misdemeanors. What was the difference in the charges?
August 27, 2015
Mary Rabago talks about Donald Trump and how is he viewed by the Latino media and community?
A day after the shooting of a TV crew in Virginia. Should people say the killers name and did a newspaper go too far with it's cover showing the murder?
The Federal Trade Commission shuts down the Tempe based company Vemma for running a pyramid scheme. The FTC says they were praying on college kids taking advantage.
A day after a TV crew was killed on live television. Should the media and others use the name of the killer? Also, is it important for the video of the killing be shown?
August 26, 2015
Carol Fredrickson of of Violence Free talks about what leads to workplace violence in different situations.
Mike Watkiss talks about being a television reporter in the field. What is the relationship like between reporter and cameraman?
Jim Cross talks about being a reporter in the field. What precautions are taken in live reporting situations?
A TV Anchor and Cameraman are shot and killed on live T.V by a former disgruntled employee. The man then live tweeted and posted a video of the killing on Facebook.
A TV news crew is shot and killed on live T.V. The shooter was fired from the T.V station. Is this an example of workplace violence?
A T.V crew are shot and killed on live T.V. The shooter left a manifesto saying he was inspired by the Charleston shooting. Is race,mental health, or guns to blame?
August 25, 2015
Rebecca Jarvis talks about the stock market crash on Monday and bounce-back on Tuesday. How worried should people be about their 401k's?