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Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

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. If you care about the community you live in, listen in to their conversations.

Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:42)5-21-2019
A Phoenix police officer saved the day years ago, and is reconnecting with the person he helped. 
Howie Fischer, Reporter with Capitol Media Services   (09:52)5-21-2019
Howie Fischer discusses the new budget deal that Arizona lawmakers will soon vote on. What is in the budget, and what isn't?
Ken Coleman, Host of The Ken Coleman Show   (05:22)5-21-2019
Ken Coleman discusses his new book "The Proximity Principle" and how it can help you get your dream job. 
May 21, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:41)5-21-2019
There's another reason that kids aren't getting vaccinated, and it has nothing to do with parents' beliefs. 
May 21, 2019 - Hour 2   (29:55)5-21-2019
Chevy has a new feature that will help make driving safer for teens. 
May 21, 2019 - Hour 1   (29:54)5-21-2019
Arizona lawmakers have a budget deal in place. But does it have enough support to pass? And what is included in the deal? 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:37)5-20-2019
A billionaire surprises students by paying off their loans. 
May 20, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:17)5-20-2019
Game of Thrones is finally over. So why are millions of fans calling for them to redo the show?
May 20, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:32)5-20-2019
Is Uber going to make ambulances obsolete?
May 20, 2019 - Hour 1   (30:50)5-20-2019
Not only is there a teacher shortage in Arizona. There is also a substitute teacher shortage. 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:29)5-17-2019
A veteran gets free Arby's for life. 
May 17, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:39)5-17-2019
A new report shows how Arizona's education system ranks against the rest of the country. And we're not last!
May 17, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:35)5-17-2019
Half of Americans have used a swimming pool as their bath. How many of them are using it as their toilet?
May 17, 2019 - Hour 1   (29:37)5-17-2019
Is President Trump's immigration plan a good one?
John Gambadoro, Co-Host of the Burns and Gambo Show on 98.7FM Arizona's Sports Station   (06:41)5-16-2019
John Gambadoro has the latest details on the suspension of Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson. 
Kathy Hoffman, Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction   (08:09)5-16-2019
Kathy Hoffman discusses her new school safety task force and how it will help curb violence in Arizona schools. 
May 16, 2019 - Hour 3   (47:37)5-16-2019
President Trump lays out his new immigration plan live from the White House. 
May 16, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:16)5-16-2019
When did the Arizona Department of Corrections first discover that the locks at Lewis Prison didn't work? We've got a new timeline. 
May 16, 2019 - Hour 1   (29:54)5-16-2019
The SAT is going to give an "adversity score" to students who have faced more adversity socially and economically. 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:19)5-15-2019
A man in Indiana found the perfect way to honor a stranger. 
May 15, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:13)5-15-2019
Is the constant use of digital devices affecting our brains? 
May 15, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:50)5-15-2019
An Oklahoma man was arrested in Arizona when police found his wife in the passenger seat... dead... naked.... and upside down! 
May 15, 2019 - Hour 1   (29:49)5-15-2019
Senator Lindsey Graham has a new immigration plan. Will it work? 
Paul Boyer, Arizona State Senator   (06:03)5-14-2019
State Senator Paul Boyer discusses SB1255 and how it would impact sexual abuse victims. 
May 14, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:07)5-14-2019
Is the Tempe "modern" streetcar really necessary?
May 14, 2019 - Hour 2   (27:58)5-14-2019
The Arizona Attorney General showed off his nunchuck skills on social media, but is it still illegal to own them right now?
May 14, 2019 - Hour 1   (28:28)5-14-2019
Will a school safety task force help curb violence in Arizona schools?
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:10)5-13-2019
A loving mother found a way to help her child walk across the stage to receive his diploma, despite being told he would never walk again. 
May 13, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:33)5-13-2019
Should we track our kids' locations using their phones? 
May 13, 2019 - Hour 1   (31:18)5-13-2019
How will a trade war with China affect Arizonans' wallets? 
May 13, 2019 - Hour 2   (29:43)5-13-2019
Why are thousands of Arizona inmates in the wrong level of security while they are behind bars? 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:55)5-10-2019
Two strangers make a promise to each other while they run a marathon. 
May 10, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:28)5-10-2019
Do you hate loud restaurants? There's an app that will tell you which ones to avoid. 
May 10, 2019 - Hour 2   (29:38)5-10-2019
Are we teaching our kids to be martyrs during school shootings?
May 10, 2019 - Hour 1   (30:06)5-10-2019
An MCSO employee lied about a death in the family to get paid time off. 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:25)5-9-2019
An organization is doing something important for homeless kids in need. 
May 9, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:34)5-9-2019
There was a stabbing at Lewis Prison, and one of the officers tried to warn us about it a week ago. 
May 9, 2019 - Hour 2   (29:08)5-9-2019
We know it's tough to be a teacher in Arizona, but is it just as tough to be a police officer in our state?
May 9, 2019 - Hour 1   (30:03)5-9-2019
Is there a camera in the Airbnb that you're staying in?
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:43)5-8-2019
An Arizona man uses local police and a traffic stop to propose to his special someone. 
May 8, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:40)5-8-2019
Uber and Lyft drivers don't want to be part-timers anymore, and are going on strike. 
May 8, 2019 - Hour 2   (29:24)5-8-2019
Should police officers be able to destroy disciplinary records, including cases involving abuse of force? 
May 8, 2019 - Hour 1   (30:19)5-8-2019
Governor Ducey will sign a bill that will implement suicide prevention training in Arizona schools. 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:18)5-6-2019
Kids with cancer get a chance to run around and keep their minds off of their disease. 
May 6, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:58)5-6-2019
It's the newest phone scam in Arizona, and it's called the "One Ring" scam. 
May 6, 2019 - Hour 2   (29:28)5-6-2019
Tempe is cracking down on e-scooters while other cities are studying the injuries they cause. 
May 6, 2019 - Hour 1   (31:20)5-6-2019
The Mesa Police Association is holding a confidence vote on the Mesa PD Chief. 
May 3, 2019 - Hour 3   (33:33)5-3-2019
A prison guard from Lewis Prison describes being beat up by inmates because the cell doors didn't lock. 
May 3, 2019 - Hour 2   (31:05)5-3-2019
Why is Arizona one of the most dangerous states for online dating? 
May 3, 2019 - Hour 1   (31:08)5-3-2019
Bruce and Pamela speak to a citizen who was given a speeding ticket because he was on his phone. How does that work?
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (00:50)5-3-2019
An elementary school in South Korea came up with a creative way to keep the doors open despite low birth rates. 
Bruce And Pamela Try Beyond Meat Burgers   (05:19)5-3-2019
Beyond Meat is a veggie-based substitute for meat. Bruce, Pamela and Super Producer Stevie Z tried Beyond Meat burgers from Carl's Jr. 
Movies In A Minute   (05:35)5-3-2019
Bruce St. James previews two big movies that are in theaters right now. 
Eduardo Garza, Correctional Officer at Lewis Prison   (09:41)5-3-2019
Eduardo Garza describes being beat up by inmates while he was on the job at Lewis Prison because the cell doors didn't lock. 
Dr. Terry Simpson, KTAR Medical Expert   (07:08)5-3-2019
Dr. Terry Simpson discusses what he calls the worst thing he's seen a physician do. 
Frank Milstead, Director of Arizona DPS   (14:23)5-3-2019
Colonel Frank Milstead responds to a citizen who was given a speeding ticket, despite going the speed limit. The officer told him it was because he was on the phone while driving. 
Bill, A citizen who was ticketed for speeding while on his phone   (09:47)5-3-2019
Bill, a local citizen, was given a speeding ticket even though he was going the speed limit. The officer told him it was because he was on his phone. Did the officer circumvent the warning period for the new texting-while-driving ban? 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:44)5-2-2019
A mother was flying with her young daughter when something went wrong, and some other passengers saved the day. 
May 2, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:24)5-2-2019
We teach kids to be safe around pools. After a tragic incident here in the valley, do we need to start teaching our kids to be safe around toilets?
May 2, 2019 - Hour 2   (29:48)5-2-2019
Should Arizona police officers start driving a school bus to help enforce the new texting-while-driving ban?
May 2, 2019 - Hour 1   (29:56)5-2-2019
Will DNA testing at the border help combat human trafficking?
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:39)5-1-2019
A deaf puppy finds his "happily ever after" with a deaf human. 
May 1, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:48)5-1-2019
Two Arizona children were bitten at daycare. No big deal, right? It happens... but not 25 times!
May 1, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:31)5-1-2019
A 25-year DPS employee was arrested this week for stealing ammo and weapon-related accessories. 
May 1, 2019 - Hour 1   (29:11)5-1-2019
A military veteran lost his job due to medical marijuana. Is that fair?
Heather Carter, Arizona State Senator   (07:43)5-1-2019
State Senator Heather Carter describes two competing bills about vaping that are making their way through the Arizona legislature. 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:23)4-30-2019
A group of teens had a particularly wonderful prom night thanks to a stranger at a restaurant. 
April 30, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:00)4-30-2019
With the influx of migrants in Arizona, there is a rising number of kids in the school system, and a handful of school districts might be breaking the law with their enrollment rules. 
April 30, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:56)4-30-2019
Over a thousand Arizona police officers have lost their certifications in the last few decades, and now we know why. 
April 30, 2019 - Hour 1   (31:48)4-30-2019
Governor Ducey is reacting to an ABC15 investigation that revealed prison cell doors that don't lock. 
Monica Lindstrom, KTAR Legal Analyst   (09:16)4-30-2019
Are some Arizona school districts breaking the law by asking parents for state issued ID during the enrollment process?
Rosalind Wiseman, Author of "Queen Bees and Wannabes"   (14:37)4-30-2019
On the 15-year anniversary of the movie "Mean Girls" Rosalind Wiseman discusses some of the things parents need to be asking their kids about their lives. 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:17)4-29-2019
Hundreds of students gather to say goodbye to the "Waving Granny."
April 29, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:49)4-29-2019
Will the latest shooting leave people stressed out the next time they go to church? 
April 29, 2019 - Hour 2   (31:13)4-29-2019
A new question on the U.S. census could be bad for Arizona. 
April 29, 2019 - Hour 1   (31:21)4-29-2019
After signing a texting-while-driving ban, Governor Ducey vetoed the distracted driving bill. What's the difference?
April 26, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:43)4-26-2019
An Arizona prison is housing some of the most violent inmates in the state, but the cell doors don't lock. 
April 26, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:17)4-26-2019
Should Governor Ducey delete his religious social media posts about Easter? 
April 26, 2019 - Hour 1   (30:00)4-26-2019
The Arizona Cardinals made history when they picked Kyler Murray with the first overall pick. Was it the right choice? 
Ron Wolfley, Arizona Cardinals Radio Analyst   (07:19)4-26-2019
Ron Wolfley reacts to the Cardinals selecting Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in the NFL Draft. 
Dave Biscobing, ABC15 Investigative Reporter   (07:54)4-26-2019
Dave Biscobing reports that one of Arizona's prisons with some of the most violent inmates in the state has issues with the locks on cell doors. 
Paul Calvisi, Arizona Cardinals Sideline Reporter   (08:53)4-26-2019
Paul Calvisi says the Cardinals made the biggest splash in the first round of the NFL Draft. 
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:53)4-25-2019
A woman invited an officer to her baby shower after he arrested her several times. 
Ron Wolfley, Arizona Cardinals Radio Analyst   (07:46)4-25-2019
Ron Wolfley says he has no idea what the Cardinals will do with the first pick in the NFL Draft, but he has one thing that he hopes they do with it. 
Paul Calvisi, Cardinals Sideline Reporter   (09:29)4-25-2019
Paul Calvisi says the Cardinals will be the most talked about team after tonight's first round of the NFL Draft. 
April 25, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:27)4-25-2019
It's the most highly anticipated movie of the year, and maybe the most anticipated movie ever. But it's also three hours long. When are we supposed to pee during the movie?
April 25, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:41)4-25-2019
Parents are calling for a teacher to be fired after the way she yelled at her kindergarten class. Wait until you hear the secretly recorded audio of her. 
April 25, 2019 - Hour 1   (30:43)4-25-2019
It's been over 60 years since the last time the Cardinals had the first overall pick in the NFL Draft. Will they make the right decision tonight?
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:30)4-24-2019
A little boy called 911 in hopes of getting McDonalds, and a police officer came through for him. 
April 24, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:26)4-24-2019
Arizona doctors are required to check a state database before they write prescriptions for opioids. So why are more than half of them breaking that law?
April 24, 2019 - Hour 2   (31:08)4-24-2019
More Arizona women voted in 2018 than men. We'll tell you why that is significant. 
April 24, 2019 - Hour 1   (29:58)4-24-2019
Is there a second teacher walkout on the horizon in Arizona?
Restoring Faith In Humanity   (01:23)4-23-2019
A young man makes another woman's day when she was dealing with something difficult. 
Doug Franz, Co-Host of the Doug and Wolf Show on 98.7FM Arizona's Sports Station   (06:00)4-23-2019
The Phoenix Suns fired their head coach in the middle of the night. Doug Franz explains why he thinks it doesn't matter who the Suns hire next. 
Mike Kurtenbach, Executive Assistant Chief with Phoenix Police   (13:50)4-23-2019
More police officers died last year from suicide than in the line of duty. Chief Mike Kurtenbach explains how Phoenix Police is responding to this issue. 
April 23, 2019 - Hour 3   (29:47)4-23-2019
Elizabeth Warren is promising free college tuition. Is that even possible?
April 23, 2019 - Hour 2   (30:23)4-23-2019
Last year was one of the worst on record for hot car deaths, and now we have our first of the year in Arizona. 
April 23, 2019 - Hour 1   (31:20)4-23-2019
Governor Ducey signed the texting-while-driving ban. So why do we have to wait so long for it to take effect?
April 22, 2019 - Hour 3   (30:55)4-22-2019
Arizona has a problem with weapons of mass destruction. 
April 22, 2019 - Hour 2   (31:49)4-22-2019
Are Phoenix and Tucson on track to merge in the near future?