In this week's Medical Monday segment, we give you tips for fighting the flu.
Kayla was live at YOLO Board and Bike as they reveal their new electric bikes.
Some guests joined us in studio to talk about some art classes being offered to adults.
Some concerned parents gathered on Sunday to address a rising bullying problem in our area.
Meteorologist Jordan Patrick has the latest on your work week forecast.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival to NPR's Nina Totenberg.
In all, the Department of Health and Human Services will send home — or furlough — about half of its employees, or nearly 41,000 people.
The U.S. embassy in Israel will move to Jerusalem by the end of 2019, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Monday.
The Statue of Liberty is re-opening thanks to a funding agreement with New York State, though the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall were closed.
As gymnasts detail their assaults by Dr. Larry Nassar, a drumbeat to hold Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon accountable has grown louder.