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March Madness has been extended to April, and UCLA’s off to the Final Four this weekend in San Antonio, Texas. The Bruins have been there so many times, that a loss would be disappointing, but hardly a tragedy for Bruin fans. On Reporter’s Notebook, is the FAA too cozy with Southwest and other airlines it’s supposed to regulate? Photo: Stephen Dunn, Getty Images Sport

Producers:
Karen Radziner
Dan Konecky
Frances Anderton
Christian Bordal
Katie Cooper
Gary Scott

Reporter's Notebook Two FAA Whistleblowers Accuse Their Agency of Being Too Cozy with Southwest Airlines 6 MIN, 41 SEC
More bad news for Southwest Airlines today- ATA which has a codeshare agreement with Southwest, went out of business, stranding hundreds of customers at LAX. They were told to contact Southwest. Meantime in Washington, a whistle-blower who says the FAA is too cozy with Southwest testified before Congress.

Guests:
Mike Boyd, President, Boyd Group

Making News Ron Kaye Out as L.A. Daily News Editor 6 MIN, 29 SEC
Since Sam Zell took over, the LA Times has been dessimated by cutbacks. Last month Dean Singleton’s MediaNews Group cut 20% out of the newsroom at the Daily News. Today, a change maybe even bigger than that - it appears that Ron Kaye, long time Managing Editor now Editor is out.

Guests:
Bill Boyarsky, LA Observed, Truthdig and Jewish Journal

Main Topic UCLA vs. Memphis at the Final Four: A Rematch 35 Years in the Making 11 MIN, 58 SEC
The UCLA basketball team is back in the Final Four for the third time in the past 3 years. They’ll play Memphis which has only been in the Final Four 3 times in its history. And, who did Memphis lose to last time around? You guessed it, UCLA.

Guests:
Diane Pucin, Covers UCLA sports for the Los Angeles Times
Jody Callahan, Staff Reporter, Commercial Appeal

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