Josh Helmuth pops a Presidents' Day quiz on the viewers and the anchors.
A recent study shows that people making a least $80,000 a year are more likely to find romance than people making less.
Country music isn't always about sipping beer and driving pickup trucks. Not that long ago, there were country songs that were banned because of steamy lyrics or controversial topics.
Morning forecaster Aaron Perlman was invited to play against the Harlem Globetrotters on Thursday night.
Color Me Rad is held at the Kern County Fairgrounds at 10 a.m. Saturday, and will run until noon. You are expected to get there an hour early to get good parking. Plan on a rad and colorful experience.
Eyewitness News morning weatherman Aaron Perlman was "attacked" by a spider on live television. He was frightened, but otherwise unharmed. The same can't be said for the spider (our kind weatherman stomped it). That moment of TV magic caught the attention of CNN's Jeanne Moos, who opined on the unique bond between TV weather forecasters and creepy, crawly creatures.
Eyewitness News morning weatherman Aaron Perlman was "attacked" by a spider on live television. He was frightened, but otherwise unharmed. The same can't be said for the spider. That moment of TV at its finest caught the attention of Fox News, which aired clips of Perlman's scary experience and used it for the basis of a social media question: "What scares you?"
According to a recent survey taken by Match.com, singles in the U.S. gave their biggest deal-breakers on a date, with No. 1 being an unclean appearance.
After 50 years of debate over her unattainably perfect figure, Barbie now is unapologetic about her tiny waist and endless legs. To prove it? The doll, which is made by Mattel, is flaunting her frame in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit's 50th anniversary issue that's hitting stands on Tuesday.
Color Me Rad Bakersfield is Saturday at the Kern County Fairgrounds.
A survey by CareerBuilder.com found that 38 percent of U.S. workers have dated someone who worked for the same company. And 16 percent admitted to dating their boss.