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Red Bull Soapbox Race Returns To LAThe wild and wacky Red Bull Soapbox Race Returns To Los Angeles this Sunday. Professional skateboarder and competition judge Joe Brezinski speaks to KCAL9.
Tom Green Talks About His Recent European TourComedian Tom Green was in the KCAL9 studio Wednesday to discuss his recent European tour.
Special Needs Network Gearing Up For Big Back To School EventSpecial Needs Network founder Areva Martin discusses its 12th annual Back to School Fair.
Actor Nik Dodani Discusses Role On 'Atypical'Actor Nik Dodani appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning to discuss his character in "Atypical." Amy Johnson reports.
Heading Back-To-School? You'll Want To Gear Up With These Must-HavesGo-To Girlfriend Sadie Murray appeared on KCAL9 News with back-to-school tips. Amy Johnson reports.
Made In Hollywood (Aug. 12)Made In Hollywood's Patrick Stinson talks about the movies hitting theaters this weekend.

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Indoor Workout Recreates Bungee Jump ThrillA new workout class is being taught that gives the users the thrill of bungee jumping without being outdoors.
Red Bull Soapbox Race Returns To LAThe wild and wacky Red Bull Soapbox Race Returns To Los Angeles this Sunday. Professional skateboarder and competition judge Joe Brezinski speaks to KCAL9.
Students, Community Celebrate Grand Opening Of USC VillageThe development combines housing and facilities for students, and retail and dining that's open to the public. Jasmine Viel reports.

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Indoor Workout Recreates Bungee Jump ThrillA new workout class is being taught that gives the users the thrill of bungee jumping without being outdoors.
Red Bull Soapbox Race Returns To LAThe wild and wacky Red Bull Soapbox Race Returns To Los Angeles this Sunday. Professional skateboarder and competition judge Joe Brezinski speaks to KCAL9.
Total Solar Eclipse Monday Will Give Scientists Plenty To LearnMany scientists will set off balloons to get an ever closer look at the rare eclipse. Jennifer Kastner reports.

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