It's called the Ice Bucket Challenge. And, on Friday morning, Amity Addrisi became the latest member of Eyewitness News to participate in the viral trend hitting the nation.
A highlight reel of this weeks best bloopers.
It's called the Ice Bucket Challenge. And, on Thursday morning, the latest viral trend hit Eyewitness News Mornings.
Hall of Famer Cal Ripken and brother Bill join Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about baseball and their current venture helping youth sports.
Colton Burpo's story made international headlines in 2003 after he miraculously recovered from a near-death experience only to describe vivid memories of his time in Heaven.
Eyewitness News weathercaster Aaron Perlman ventured to San Diego for the annual geek-fest Comic-Con.
In light of a recent state law aimed at curbing concussions in youth athletes, a local neurosurgeon joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about what that means.
New regulations published by the U.S. Army say a service member can now be referred to as a "negro" if they are black or African-American.
Eyewitness News weathercaster Aaron Perlman ventured to San Diego on Thursday for the annual geek-fest Comic-Con.
Comedian Lisa Lampanelli stopped by Eyewitness Mornings to talk about her new all-female comedy show on the Vegas strip.
A light went out in studio during a live weather forecast, and the sound shocked the anchors, but the show must go on!
Americans will spend, on average, more than $669 on back-to-school expenses, up 5 percent from a year ago.
One of the world's wealthiest men, Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, is making an argument for a three-day work week, saying it could help people balance their work and home lives.
Vacationing students from Rancho Cucamonga are taught how to present a forecast from morning forecaster Aaron Perlman. Watch Carter, Emma and Nathan.
Bakersfield Mayor Harvey Hall joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about his recovery from recent surgery, the state of the city and the ongoing GET bus strike.