Bernsen lands at KFI

Rod Bernsen, the ex-LAPD cop who reported for FOX 11 News until last year, is handling fill-in talk host duties on KFI (640 AM). He sits in for John Ziegler in the 7 to 9 p.m. slot a few nights next week.

* Radio add: Comedian Marty Ingels sued Tom Leykis for putting him on the air on 97.1 then treating him like an old guy, and he's trying to take the suit to the state Supreme Court. The occasion lets Robert W. Welkos of the L.A. Times use "I'm Dickens, He's Fenster" in a story.

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