Steve Gregory has spent the last 11 years at KFI-AM Los Angeles – America’s most listened to News Talk Station. Steve has covered some of the nation’s biggest stories. From sleeping roadside in New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, to backstage at the Academy Awards, Steve is one of the more versatile reporters in the field.
As an investigative reporter, Steve’s stories have uncovered a medical billing scam in the Arizona State Prison System, forced the demotion of a Deputy Chief in the Phoenix Police Department and sped up the public confession of a serial killer in San Diego. He’s exposed mold poisoning at an elementary school in LA County, and a first-ever jail break in the LA County Jail. He’s also been in the middle of some of the region’s most volatile riots and protests.
Steve is a six-time recipient of the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award. The Associated Press has given him numerous awards for Best Newscast, Best Special Program and Best Series. Steve has also won international media awards for features on the Phoenix Fire Department, the U.S. Border Patrol, and Arab-American comedians. He’s also won National Headliner and Communicator Awards. He is the winner of numerous Golden Mike® Awards for his coverage of breaking news and investigative features. His most recent Golden Mike Award was for coverage of the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, where he dodged gunfire and was attacked during a live report.