Darren Lane

General Manager of KCAA

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General Manager at KCAA 1050AM, a station in San Bernardino, California that will start running Imus re-runs, starting with the offending show containing the "nappy-headed hos" comment

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Last night, the Rutgers women's basketball team met with ousted talk-show host Don Imus and this morning, coach Vivian Stringer called him "remorseful."  Time magazine once named Imus…

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Last night, the Rutgers women's basketball team met with ousted talk-show host Don Imus and this morning, coach Vivian Stringer called him "remorseful."  Time magazine once named Imus…

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