We take a look at the mayor's first 9 months in office in advance of his "State of the City" address. Plus, is there really nothing we can do about traffic in L.A.? Stephen Colbert will be David Letterman's replacement on Late Night. We hear about new research that could bring movement to paralyzed limbs. And we get a preview of this weekend's final Grilled Cheese Invitational in downtown LA.
State of the Garcetti, Late Night Colbert, and Grilled Cheese
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State of the Garcetti
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will give his "State of the City" address tonight. Before he does that, we're going to offer a "State of the Garcetti" segment. We take a...
No Solution to Traffic?
The LA 2020 report says continued emphasis on rail in the city will do nothing to mitigate traffic gridlock in this city. Why not? Is there no solution? We talk to a traffic...
Colbert Is the New Letterman
CBS released big news this morning: Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central's Colbert Report, will take over David Letterman's Late Night in 2015.
New Treatment for Paralysis
New research from UCLA and the University of Louisville in Kentucky helped four paralyzed men do things they thought they'd never do again: stand up and move their legs.