Tech Talk: Amazon's 'Distance Assistance'TechSesh founder, Jessica Naziri, discusses the tech headlines of the week!
San Bernardino JCPenney Among 136 Stores Closing NationwideRetail giant JCPenney on Wednesday began liquidation sales at 136 stores nationwide which will be closing permanently, including several in California.
Study Finds High Support for Trans Service MembersShannon Dunlap from UCLA discusses a study she helped conduct that found more than two-thirds of the military support trans service members.
COVID-19 Reopening Spikes and ER ReadinessTrauma Surgeon and Vice Chief of Staff at St. Mary Medical Center in Long Beach, Dr. Mauricio Heilbron, discusses whether emergency rooms are truly ready for the country to re-open.
Army Vet Celebrates 100th Birthday In Lake ForestFrank Wendzel flew B-17s and was part of Operation Crossroads at the Marshall Islands in 1946.
How to Improve Seasonal AllergiesDr. James LaValle jexplains why 2020 allergy season is the worst one yet and how to prevent them before symptoms and anxiety strikes.
Local Vlogger Weighs In On Future Of Travel Post-CoronavirusDrew Binsky appeared on CBSN LA to discuss the future of travel amid the coronavirus pandemic. Tom Wait reports.
Helping Pet's Anxiety Amid Going Back to WorkBethany Wilson from Ruff Beginnings Rehab shares ways dog owners who are going back to work after working from home can prepare their pets for the transition and calm their anxiety.
Aquarium of the Pacific Reopens in Long BeachThe aquarium reopens just in time for visitors to see the new summer exhibit about coral reefs.
Fun Things to Do This Weekend While at HomeMany businesses may be re-opening this weekend, but staying at home is still safer and can be fun! Check out these unique ideas.
Black LGBTQ+ Leaders Plan Solidarity MarchGerald Garth, CSW Board Treasurer and All Black Lives Matter Organizer, discusses how LA Pride will be different this year and the solidarity march for ABLM this weekend.
Our Expert Breaks Down Top Stories in TechTechSesh founder, Jessica Naziri, talks latest tech headlines including a new initiative that brings awareness to support black women in the industry.
The Politics of ChangeFormer longtime LA City Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky says those who want to advocate for police reform now have the political force to do so
Reimagining Policing? 'We Need to Dream a Little Bit'UCLA Bunche Center public policy director Isaac Bryan says defunding the police means to stop funding punitive responses like law enforcement and invest in economic opportunity, development, education and public health infrastructure
Keeping Grandparents Connected Amid COVID-19Casey McConnell from Eden Life Care discusses National Grandparent Day and the "I Am Loved" campaign.
USC Initiative Seeks To Protect Presidential Election From HackersA new initiative spearheaded by USC is looking to come up with solutions to protect the upcoming November general election from hackers.
Yosemite National Park to Open ThursdayYosemite National Park will reopen to the public Thursday for the first time since it was forced to close in March because of the coronavirus outbreak.
LGBTQ Representation in HollywoodIn honor of Pride Month, The Hollywood Reporter's David Rooney discusses what it's been like being a LGBTQ+ reviewer for the past 3 decades, how far representation has come in Hollywood and how much more there's still left to go.
The Empathy GapClinical psychologist and social justice educator Dr. Adolph Brown explains how to better communicate with others about tough issues such as race and racism.
Trauma Experts Talks Issues From This YearDr. Anandhi Narasimhan discusses how kids are processing these times and what adults can do to help them deal with it.
Awareness & Recovery From Racial InjusticeDr. Adolph Brown discusses the "empathy gap."
Protesters Denouncing George Floyd's Death Gather Outside City HallJeff Nguyen reported from City Hall on Thursday.
Dealing With Stress From Protests and a PandemicDr. Ruth White from USC discusses the toll that protests and riots have on the mental health of the people participating in them, covering them and even watching them from home.
Can police departments police themselves?Erroll Southers, a former SMPD officer and a USC public policy professor, says oversight by citizens is necessary for police reform