36 years after escaping prison, one wrong move and you're caught. The Filter with Fred Roggin brings you the unlikely escape and capture of William Walter Asher III.
If men can walk around topless, women should be able to do the same. You know, tit for tat. The Filter with Fred Roggin takes a look at a topless protest along Venice Beach.
A group of southern California rabbis find a new way to spice up their sermons. Fred Roggin has a little fun with this one on The Filter.
Graffiti for kids? Fred Roggin wonders when Aaron Brothers knew their graffiti starter kits might be a bad idea.
The southern California forecast for August 29 brought to you by the melodious tones of the Los Angeles Mormon Choir.
Violence at sporting events is nothing new but recent incidents like the Bryan Stow beating and the shooting at Candlestick park have heightened awareness to the dangers of our sports venues. California State...
If you've been a fugitive for 36 years, you'd figure you could stop looking over your shoulder. Not in California. Plus, Aaron Brothers forced to pull their graffiti starter kits for kids, southern California...
Los Angeles voters may soon decide whether male pornstars should be forced to wear condoms, big tobacco is sick of the gruesome new labels on cigarette packaging, and would you enjoy your restaurant meal a...
At 18 grand for a pair of flip flops, sure they're expensive, but their value reaches far beyond your feet.
You've got to see what happens when tickets for a Justin Bieber concert in Mexico sellout. One word: Meltdown.