What started as a conversation about the Emmys with Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister ended with an earthquake happening live on the air.
The legendary Edward James Olmos spoke to FOX 11's Amanda Salas about the lack of Latinx creators and actors who were snubbed from 2020's Emmy nominations.
The Root's Editor-in-Chief Danielle Belton talks about upcoming virtual conference.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister looks at the latest batch of movies now *not coming soon to a theater near you.
Two time World Cup champ Mia Hamm and Julie Uhrman talk about getting Los Angeles a National Women's Soccer League Team.
From healthcare workers to grocery clerks, to mail carriers, now there’s a way to thank all your favorite frontline workers with a Hero Pin, and it’s all for a good cause.
Mayor Michael Tubbs has an incredible story and it's told in the new HBO documentary film 'Stockton on my Mind'.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister talks about the big move Wendy and her show are planning to make for the new season.
Legendary photographer Andrew Bernstein talks about the upcoming NBA season, his "Legends of Sport: Restarting the Clock" podcast, and working with the late Kobe Bryant.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister goes Behind the Headlines on "Tenet" being moved off the box office calendar
Ex-Trump advisor Roger Stone allegedly called black radio host Mo’Kelly a “negro” during an interview. At the time, Stone was getting a grilling over the merits of his convictions for lying to Congress. Good Day LA anchor Tony McEwing talked with Mo’ just before the show Monday morning, and he had a lot to say about what happened.
Amanda talks to Malia Baker, one of the stars of the new Netflix series.
Tracy Tutor, the powerhouse real estate agent on Bravo’s "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles," is also an author, and in her new book, "Fear is just a four letter word," Tracy gives some insight on how anyone can have confidence, and conquer their fears.
If all goes according to plan, fans will have baseball to watch starting next week and NBA action shortly after that. Sports journalist and author Molly Knight gives us the latest on how these plans are going so far.
Sharon and Kelly talk about watching TV with Ozzy on the hit FOX show "Celebrity Watch Party".
It's been a year since the unexpected death of Cameron Boyce. His mom and dad talked about their late son and his legacy that lives on through his foundation.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister looks at what the Governor's latest order means for the movie industry.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s mother and stepfather have contracted the Coronavirus and are now hospitalized and on ventilators. Garcia discusses the seriousness of the virus. Plus how Long Beach is responding and LB Unified School District’s plan for hybrid learning in the fall.
The radio and TV host describes hearing the news his daughter had been shot in Houston.
Church leaders have been speaking out after California banned singing and chanting in churches due to a surge in coronavirus cases. Now, one local pastor is taking action. Sean Feucht is bringing his worship services outdoors and traveling to cities across the nation.