KNX InDepth (September 13, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Friday, September 13th
14 days in prison.

That's the sentence for Felicity Huffman, the first parent to be charged in the "Varsity Blues" college admissions cheating scandal.  Huffman, a celebrity actress with no prior criminal record, will do some actual prison time for the bribery scandal, but it's a preview of more sentences coming up for other parents caught in the investigation.  

When the Democratic candidates for president took the stage in Houston to duke it out last night, the biggest anticipated showdown was supposed to come from front-runners Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.  That fight never really materialized, but plenty of lower-tier candidates did their best to stand out and move the polling needle in their favor.  Did it work?

And there's a giant black hole doing black hole types of things in the center of the Milky Way galaxy right now, but here's the's getting bigger.  And stronger.  And hungrier. 

California lawmakers are voting on a bill today that would trim mandatory jail time for repeat nonviolent offenders, and it's stirring up some serious debate on accountability and the state's overcrowded prisons.  We'll go In depth.

And even though former Michigan State trainer Larry Nassar is sitting in jail for molesting dozens of young female gymnasts, likely for the rest of his life, the criminal fallout from the decades worth of abuse is far from over.  We'll go In Depth on breaking news of new investigations into USA Gymnastics and several other Olympic sporting organizations for their roles in facilitating and covering up sexual abuse.