The annual State of Antisemitism in America Report

The annual State of Antisemitism in America Report issued this morning and the findings are troublesome. Holly Huffnagle, U.S. Director for Combating Antisemitism at the American Jewish Committee, joined Good Day LA to discuss the report’s findings.

Firefighters blend coffee for a cause

Eli Held is a firefighter and paramedic who got sick of drinking swill to stay awake so he and a friend created their own coffee. Now 'Muertos Coffee Co.' is a hit at fire stations and beyond and also helps raise money for those risking their lives every day.

Orange County pediatrician discusses COVID vaccination for kids ages 5 to 11

This week the White House released plans detailing how kids ages 5 to 11 will be vaccinated against coronavirus. GDLA welcomed Dr. Katherine Williamson, a pediatrician at Providence Mission Hospital in Orange County and President of the American Academy of Pediatrics Orange County Chapter, to discuss the future roll out.

Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx reveals his past in new memoir

For many men it's hard to open up about a traumatic childhood and it's particularly tough if you live your life as a carefree rock star. But Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx is putting it all out there in his new memoir 'THE FIRST 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx'. He's also got a new album out with his band 'Sixx:A.M.' and the new single “The First 21”, which is inspired by his book and life.

Estate planning, how to get started and why it's important

Avoiding estate planning can have serious consequences for you and your family. While it may seem a little uncomfortable getting the process started, it can bring you a lot of peace of mind to know you are set up. Patrick Hicks, an estate planning attorney with Trust and Will joined Good Day LA to share how and why we should set a plan in place.

Board-Certified Immunologist on how COVID affects the immunocompromised

The death of General Colin Powell raised questions about the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine, and the underlying health conditions that may have complicated his fight against COVID. Dr. Praveen Buddiga, Board-Certified Immunologist, joined us to discuss how COVID affects the immunocompromised and how the vaccination is your best bet for staying safe.

Keeping our pets safe this Halloween with Dr. Ruth MacPete

While most people love Halloween, many animals are downright terrified by this holiday. In addition to being scary, Halloween can be dangerous to our pets. Dr. Ruth the Pet Vet joined us to discuss some of the common Halloween hazards and ways to keep pets safe this Halloween. 

Young artist Tyler Gordon makes magic on the canvas

15 year old Tyler Gordon is an artist who creates incredible work whenever he picks up a paintbrush. His fans include the Vice President of the United States and a number of other famous faces. Now Tyler has released a new book featuring his work called 'We Can, Portraits of Power'. Tyler talked about that and the moment he knew painting would be a huge part of his life.

Willie Jones

ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE SAYS HE MIXES mixes country and hip-hop in the most seamless way heard yet. Grammy magazine named him one of the 5 black artist rewriting country Music. Michaela chats with singer/songrwiter Willie Jones.

Racial disparity in heathcare

Dr. Marcella Alsan is professor at Harvard Kennedy School, she is a medical doctor, and has a PHD in economics, and was just named a winner of a Macarthur Foundation Fellowship for her work around racial inequities in health care and health outcomes.