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  • Bear Spotted in Busy Intersection, Near Apartments in Monrovia

    A bear was seen climbing on apartment buildings and crossing a busy intersection in Monrovia Thursday afternoon. The bear climbed on the rooftops and balconies of multiple apartment complexes near South Mountain Avenue, video showed. Cars could also be seen coming to a halt as the bear crossed a nearby intersection. The Pasadena Humane Society was on scene to keep onlookers from getting too close and to direct the bear towards the hills using air horns. This video originally aired on […]

  • Defense Attorney Alison Triessl Breaks Down Legal Ramifications of Donald Sterling Saga

    Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was recently banned from the NBA after private recordings of him on a racist rant went public. Top Los Angeles defense attorney Alison Triessl weighed in on possible legal recourse in this messy case. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 News Sunday Evening Edition on May 4, 2014.

  • Neuroscientist With Brain of Psychopath Sheds Light on ‘Warrior Gene’

    Dr. Jim Fallon is a neuroscientist at the University of California, Irvine. During his research into the minds of serial killers, he discovered he shares similar brain patterns and genetic makeup as the subjects of his work. Dr. Fallon joined us to discuss the “warrior gene” and its place in the defense of “Izzy” Ocampo, the Orange County serial killer who targeted homeless men. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 News Sunday Evening Edition on May 4, 2014.

  • Chris Schauble’s Private Investigator On How Adoptees Can Track Down Birth Parents

    After successfully reuniting our very own Chris Schauble with his biological mother, Private Investigator Jay Rosenzweig joined us live to discuss what other adopted children can do to improve their chances of finding their birth parents. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Weekend Evening News on April 27, 2014.

  • South LA Rugby Players Go the Distance

    Rugby Coach Dave Hughes and high school senior Cameron Griffin joined us live to discuss the team’s international successes and the doors the sport has opened for its players. Cameron also makes a special prom proposal. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Weekend Evening News on April 27, 2014.

  • Jerry Springer Talks About Summer Gig on ‘The Price is Right Live’ and New Show ‘Baggage’

    Jerry Springer joined us live to talk about his summer job as ‘The Price is Right Live’ host in Missouri. The Price is Right Live™ Stage Show at the Moon River Theatre will feature the return to Branson of celebrity host Jerry Springer, for an exclusive engagement May 23rd – June 29th and July 23rd – August 3rd. Direct from the producers of “The Price Is Right” TV show, each performance features such fan-favorites as “Plinko,” “Cliffhangers,” the “Big Wheel” […]

  • Best-Selling Author Tim Ferriss Talks New Show

    Best-selling author Tim Ferriss joins us in studio to talk about his new HLN show The Tim Ferriss Experiment, where he helps viewers conquer fears and other tasks step by step. For more information about Tim and his show, check him out on Facebook or visit his blog “The Four Hour Work Week.” You can also go to upwave.com/TFX for details on the show.

  • Financial Expert Trent Bryson Explains Healthcare Website Changes

    Financial Expert Trent Bryson from Bryson Financial helps us navigate through the Affordable Care Act website, which is up and running again after the administration made some new improvements. If you have any questions on the Affordable Care Act or have trouble with the site, feel free to email Bryson Financial at info@brysonfinancial.com or visit Trent’s website here.

  • 9-Year-Old Sets Mountain Climbing Records

    9 year-old Tyler Armstrong and his dad, Kevin, plan to scale Argentina’s Mount Aconcagua in just a few weeks. Tyler has already climbed Mount Whitney and Mount Kilimanjaro and will become the youngest person to climb Aconcagua if successful. Tyler is also raising awareness for Duchenne, a form of muscular dystrophy which affects around 1 in 3,600 boys worldwide. To donate to that cause, visit the cureduchenne.org and to follow Tyler’s climb, click here or check out his Facebook page.