Anna Prouse was regularly the only woman in the room dealing with some of the most powerful men in the Middle East. Listen to how she says she earned the respect of the men, and how she went hunting with the man who tried to kill her. Hear her incredible story here.
Mike Gatto discusses changes to the GOP primary with Carlos and Lisa.
We speak to Tom Smith, the creator of the Bola Wrap, to learn why he created it and about it's intended uses. Smith says that the LAPD is only one organization testing this non-lethal method to catch criminals.
What are the realities surrounding the coronavirus? Planes have been halted and major cities are on lockdown. But is this virus worse than other viruses? What about the flu this year? How does it all compare. We talk to expert Patty Olinger to break it all down.
Former teammate and coach of the L.A. Lakers, Mark Madsen is remembering Kobe Bryant. Los Angeles is still reeling over the loss of Kobe and his daughter, Gianna, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas. Madsen remembers Kobe as a family man who brought joy to all around him. Plus Mark tells us how Kobe pushed him harder to be better than he'd ever been pushed before.
Charles Keating lost his son Charlie to enemy fire in Iraq. Charlie, was a Navy Seal. Charles wanted to do something to help other military families manage the realities of serving our country. So he started the C4 Foundation. Hear his inspiring story.
We are talking to a freelance journalist about how A.B. 5 is impacting some freelancers. Juliana Jai Bolden tells us what she is experiencing.
Scott Atkinson of Conservation International is working to create the Surf Conservation Partnership with Save the Waves. The goal is to create 20 Surf Protected Areas around the world, cover more than 1 million hectares of coral reef, mangrove, coastline, coastal forest and more than 300 high-quality surfing waves.
Doug Shupe of AAA Southern California has some important reminders about parking lot and shopping safety. He says this weekend is among the most dangerous all year for parking lot collisions. So be on the lookout!
California State University Channel Islands recently released a study about what plastic is doing to our lives. Dr. Sean Anderson tells us why this study is so important and how we can help make a difference in our everyday lives.
Doug Shupe of AAA Southern California tells us how earlier driving is helping teens be safer behind the wheel. (Hint, there are rules involved)
It's November, which has also become "Movember" to help remind men to check their health!
Lisa talks to AAA's Doug Shupe about some of the things we should be doing to keep everyone safe as the sun goes down earlier and we are still running around finishing our days.
Carlos & Lisa reflect on the Woolsey Fire which is being described as a natural disaster. We hear from the Office of Emergency Management about what the lessons were learned and what is being applied to the fires happening this year.
Carlos & Lisa talk to Jo Kay Ghosh, South Coast AQMD’s Health Effects Officer, about what everyone should know about air quality after wildfires.
California wildfires are raging this fire season. What firefighters think you should do to be prepared, and how power outages continue to impact the state.
Former California Assemblyman Mike Gatto is here discussing his new ballot initiative to help combat the homeless problem in Los Angeles.
Carlos & Lisa talk to Beatriz Mendoza of Zero Abuse Project about the bill that Gov. Newsom signed into law helping victims of sexual abuse.
Carlos & Lisa talk about the new warm line rolling out across the state.
Carlos & Lisa are talking about rideshare safety.
Carlos & Lisa talk to cyber security expert Steve Greenberg about what you need to know to keep your information safe.
Carlos & Lisa talk to filmmaker John Manulis about his work with juveniles and the juvenile detention system.
Carlos & Lisa talk about dining alone and eating less when you do. Do you think that's true?
Carlos & Lisa talk about day 14 of safer at home. Plus actress Ada Luz Pla, NBC's "Roots Less Traveled" host Faruq Tauheed, Las Vegas impact and Childhelp.org.
Carlos & Lisa discuss the impacts of quarantine, actress Maria Russell on the new season of "Tacoma FD" and Chef Lala Ziemski on what's happening in the restaurant industry.
Carlos Amezcua and Lisa Remillard discuss jobs that are available right now, unemployment and non-profits. Plus Dr. Tanya Altmann is explaining the difference between a cold/flu and COVID-19.
Faruq Tauheed is talking about learning about his family history and what it was like filming this new NBC show. He's also telling us about how he and his wife recently returned from Italy just before the U.S. suspended flights to the U.S. from Italy.
Carlos Amezcua talks to actress Maria Russell about how she is making the best of her time at home right now, and her hilarious role in "Tacoma FD".
Lala Ziemski is telling Carlos Amezcua about some of the good things happening right now to sustain restaurants and bakeries during this crisis.
How are you doing during COVID-19? Plus what is happening right now in both entertainment and travel. Guests include, Jackie Ducci, Patrick Stinson and Walter Burch.