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Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

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

December 7, 2016

Restoring Faith in Humanity

Pamela Hughes tells a story from the news to restore your faith in humanity.

Gordy the Kangaroo

A viral video shows Gordy the Kangaroo getting punched by one of the trainers and Gordy is telling his side of the story and what happened that led up to him getting punched.

December 7, 2016 - Hour 1

U.S. mumps cases are at the highest level in 10 years. How is Wall Street rising and falling with each of Donald Trump's tweets. We talk about kids being addicted to screens but parents are glued to screens 9 hours a day. A new debate among doctors and if they should tell schools to ban high school football.

December 7, 2016 - Hour 2

Ohio's 'heartbeat' abortion bill could become one of the most strict in the country. Nearly half of college students say they are hungry as more schools put food banks in place. Alt-right leader Richard Spencer's appearance at Texas A&M draws protest. Attorney General Mark Brnovich asks the Supreme Court to step in to stop Tucson from destroying guns.

December 7, 2016 - Hour 3

CEO of the Japanese company SoftBank says they will bring $50 billion and 50,000 jobs to the US after meeting with Trump. Role models...parents are glued to their screens for 9 hours a day. A new debate among doctors and if they should tell schools to ban high school football. Including Pamela restoring your faith in humanity.

December 6, 2016

ABC News Correspondent Ryan Burrow

Ryan Burrow talks about a new AAA study showing driving tired is comparable to driving drunk.

Restoring Faith in Humanity

Pamela Hughes tells a story from the news to restore your faith in humanity.

December 6, 2016 - Hour 1

The trial surrounding Michael Slager and the shooting of Walter Scott in South Carolina is ruled a mistrial. A peanut vendor in Philadelphia is fired for being a white nationalist, did the company go too far? The Mall of America hires the first African-American Santa. So, why are some outraged about it now?

December 6, 2016 - Hour 3

The Mall of America hires the first the first African-American Santa in history. But, now there is backlash from some that are upset by the move. As little as one cigarette a day could have a big impact on your health. A peanut vendor is fired for being a white nationalist. Did her employer infringe upon her rights?

December 6, 2016 - Hour 2

Is the Phoenix Police Department understaffed? The Phoenix Police Union thinks so and thinks it's having an impact on public safety. President-elect Trump is taking on another company, this time it's Boeing. The latest from the Oakland warehouse fire and how much has been searched at this point.

December 5, 2016

Restoring Faith in Humanity

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes tell a positive story in the news to Restore your Faith in Humanity.

December 5, 2016 - Hour 1

At least 36 dead in an Oakland Warehouse fire as the DA opens a criminal investigation. A man opens fire at a pizzeria after hearing about a fake news story about Hillary Clinton. Is fake news getting deadly? Schools have banned plenty of things recently but what about kids raising their hands to answer questions?! Plenty of people protect their homes with a security system, now some people are turning to drones.

December 5, 2016 - Hour 2

Donald Trump takes to twitter to rip China after having a landmark phone call with Taiwan. A school is now banning Santa from their school; have we finally gone too far? Should you give your child a smart phone and at what age? More parents are questioning it and what the repercussions are. Including the Madness Mashup: Vets are going to North Dakota as a deadline on the protests approach, how much fluids should you actually drink when you're sick, the 12 days of Christmas just got more expensive, and who should be Time Magazine's Person of the Year?

December 5, 2016 - Hour 3

A gunman attacks a pizzeria place after being motivated by fake news. Does raising hands in school lead to some students feeling left out? Well now schools are banning it all together. The District Attorney in Oakland opens a criminal investigation after 36 people are dead from a warehouse fire. Including Pamela restoring your faith in humanity.

December 2, 2016

Restoring Faith in Humanity

Pamela Hughes restores your faith in humanity.