Today's sing-along forecast is dedicated to morning anchor Amity Addrisi. Friday is her last day with Eyewitness News, as she heads to KING 5 in Seattle, Washington, to be a weekend anchor. You will be missed.
More storms are expected to hit Texas and the southern states.
Tahj Mowry dropped by the Eyewitness News morning show to discuss his latest single “Flirt," his music and acting career, as well as what it was like growing up with Tia & Tamera.
Every Wednesday morning, we feature a local band and dance to their music. This week, the Jay Smith Group helps us dance. Watch as morning forecaster Aaron Perlman tries to do "The Elaine" from the TV show "Seinfeld."
Have you wanted to meet the Eyewitness News morning team? Here’s your chance.
New York Times best-selling author Nelson DeMille stops by the morning show to discuss his latest book "Radiant Angel" with anchor Rob Finnerty.
Supporting a new downtown business, Eyewitness News anchor Tom Murphy volunteered Thursday morning to get waxed at Parlor Wax Co. on 19th Street.
Kass McQuillen of Tehachapi needs your vote to be on Season 31 of the CBS show "Survivor."
Morning forecaster Aaron Perlman has a Friday sing-a-long forecast every week. Be sure to join him LIVE at 8:40 a.m. on KBFX.
Bill Rancic, winner of the 2004 season on "The Apprentice," stops by the morning show again to talk about small business success with anchor Rob Finnerty.
Quinn stopped by the Eyewitness News morning show to talk about both ALS and how his life has changed, but more importantly how his life has changed since the Ice bucket Challenge swept across the nation and world last summer to raise money and awareness for ALS.
Lifestyle expert and HGTV host Frank Fontana joined Eyewitness Mornings with some news ideas for your summer barbecue.
The Humpday Dance returns for May 13, 2015. Wrenwood Sessions provided the Celtic sounds for morning forecaster Aaron Perlman, reporter Kalyna Astrinos and weekend forecaster Kahtia Hall to dance to.
The Kern County Nut Festival will be held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Kern County Museum on Chester Avenue.