Kari Moran Host/Announcer
Kari Moran is KPCC's evening anchor.
Before joining KPCC, Kari worked as a reporter and anchor for a variety of national and local radio news outlets, including Mutual Broadcasting, AP, NBC, KNX, and KFWB.
Moran has covered many major stories, including the Exxon Valdez oil spill, the Loma Prieta earthquake, and NASA's first space shuttle landing in the Mojave Desert.
In a previous incarnation, Moran developed publicity campaigns for clients in health care, nonprofit housing development, and online real estate.When she arrived in Los Angeles in 1969, Moran began her media career as a voice-over artist, singer, and published songwriter, appearing on L.A. TV variety shows and at local folk venues – and even recording "cover" albums for The Carpenters and Carole King.
Stories by Kari Moran
Civil rights leaders, and people who knew and worked with Rodney King, are reacting to his Sunday morning death with shock and sadness, and also remembering King's place in history. Record your own thoughts.
Enthusiasm for a new star-powered film about a pandemic infected moviegoers at this weekend's box office, and that sent “The Help” packing.
Movie fans sympathetic to rebellious apes being mistreated in medical experiments kept “Rise of The Planet Of The Apes” at the top of the box office this weekend.
Fans went “Ape” at the box office this weekend. Here's the tally of the past week’s most popular movies.
There was a showdown between “Cowboys & Aliens” and those little blue creatures in white hats at the box office this weekend, but the Smurfs held their ground.
Harry Potter stepped aside to make way for Captain America this weekend.
With a record-breaking weekend at the box office for the final segment of an epic series, “Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2” signaled the end of an era for millions of Harry Potter fans.
"Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon," the summer blockbuster so far, continues soaring to new heights at the box office. Audiences can’t seem get enough of computer-generated robots gone bad.
Hollywood debuted a new version of an intergalactic Super Hero over the weekend: Cocky fighter pilot Hal Jordan, played by Ryan Reynolds.
Horrors! That’s what movie enthusiasts chose to spend their money on this weekend.
Temecula’s only 24-hour shelter is set to close down Tuesday night. It opened six months ago during the heavy winter storms – but the city says it’s operating without the proper permits.
Fantasy and comedy were the two top genres generating the biggest bucks at the box office. Here's a rundown of this past weekend’s favorite five.
Movie fans definitely had a huge hangover on this Memorial Day weekend.
Ahoy! The box office was raided by a band of Pirates this weekend.
More “thunder” at the Box Office this weekend from a fantasy film about an alien warrior.