'Spin & Give'

Kids grow so fast they go through clothes pretty quickly and that can be expensive for parents. That simple fact is one reason that led to a clothing website called 'Spin & Give'...we'll talk to the woman behind this business.

Dating tips for the New Year

Looking to plunge back into the dating pool? We'll talked to a relationship expert who had some advice on how to not only find your match...but also make it last!

A father's second chance

He has been there for one of his sons in every way possible, the other son grew up with his father behind bars. Now best selling author Shaka Senghor has written an incredibly open-hearted journal compiled from letters he sent to his boys. He joined us to talk about this new book 'Letters to the Sons of Society'. .

Changing the conversation about Autism

For some people it's very difficult to talk about autism but Eric Garcia, who is autistic, says when those discussions take place many of those same people get it wrong. He talks about all of that in his new book 'We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation'.

LAUSD Superintendent Megan Reilly provides update on GDLA

LAUSD is the second largest school district in the country and it's tackling many issues, all impacted by the ongoing pandemic. We had a conversation with LAUSD Superintendent Megan Reilly to get her take on how the school year is going, what is going right and what can be improved upon.

Tonga underwater eruption explained

An underwater eruption sent shockwaves through the atmosphere at almost the speed of sound and caused a tsunami that devastated parts of the Pacific nation of Tonga. Dr. Andrea Balbas, an associate professor in the Geological Sciences Department at Cal State Long Beach, joined us to discuss the science behind underwater eruptions.

Tonga underwater eruption

Geologist and California State Long Beach assistant professor, Andrea Balbas, Ph.D., explains underwater volcanos.

Helping victims of domestic abuse

When people are suffering from any sort of abuse it's difficult to ask for help. We talked to a couple of people from a place that offers all sorts of resources, the Jenesse Center

2022 tax tips and changes you need to know about

It's that time of year again, tax season is just around the corner and some folks will have to do things a bit differently, especially parents who qualified for the child tax credit. We talked to an expert about what you need to know before getting started.

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, it's a good opportunity to educate our kids on his legacy and his relevance in 2022. Alice Faye Duncan, author of "Opal Lee and What It Means to Be Free: The True Story of the Grandmother of Juneteenth" joined us on Good Day LA.

Fentanyl Dangers

It's killed more young people then Covid or car accidents and deaths continue to rise. Fentanyl overdoses have been described as a national emergency because deaths continue to rise. We talked to a pain specialist expert about what can be done to save lives.

'Closed Doors, Open Hearts: Nursing Homes and Covid-19"

One of the hardest hit places since Covid began has been nursing homes and with Omicron they're trying to keep our seniors safe while dealing with severe staff shortages. We talked to the Chief Medical Officer for the American Health Care Association about that and a new documentary that highlights the nursing home world since Covid.

SoFi to host 2023 CFP National Championship

Kathy Schloessman, President & CEO of Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission, joins Good Day LA to highlight the 2023 College Football Playoff (CFP) National Championship coming to SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park next January.