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Student's viral poem asks 'Why am I not good enough?'
Olivia Vella recited a powerful poem about insecurities for her seventh grade writing class. Full story: http://abc7.la/2rkd5aC Produced by LA Blake
Views: 9667008 ABC Television Stations
Most Memorable Moments From The 2019 Oscars
The 91st Oscars may have lacked a host, but it was chock full of moments that had social media buzzing. From Spike Lee's first official Oscar win to a superhero movie taking home some gold, here are some of the biggest moments from the awards show. Check out more memorable moments here: http://bit.ly/2IAH0b2
Views: 142343 ABC Television Stations
Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, and Amy Poehler’s Oscars 2019 Introduction
They might not have been the hosts of the 91st Oscars, but Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's hilarious pickup lines left us wishing they were! The SNL alumni and seasoned award show hosts followed a rocking performance by Queen Sunday night to present the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. http://bit.ly/2Ta830X Your source for breaking news and live streaming video online.
Views: 220105 ABC Television Stations
#WhatTheFluffChallenge compilation: The best what the fluff videos
Pet parents are "disappearing" behind blankets to see how their dogs react to the #whatthefluffchallenge: http://6abc.com/3638656/
Basketball player with Down syndrome hits game-ending 3-point shot
When team manager Robert Lewis hit a game-ending 3-point shot for his school on Senior Night, fans from both sides went wild. Video by LA Blake
'The Goldbergs' Kids And Embracing Laughter at the Dinner Table
Sean Giambrone, Hayley Orrantia, AJ Michalka and Troy Gentile of 'The Goldbergs' spoke with ABC's Albert Lawrence on how to survive awkward family moments.
Artist gives recycled materials new life
Los Angeles artist Clare Graham uses recycled materials to create amazing works of art
Cop fakes out students at football game, leads cheer
SRO Jack Taschner, a former MLB pitcher, showed off his school spirit at a high school football game. Full story: http://abc7.la/2xOC3Fq Produced by LA Blake
Four-year-olds believe they are twins because 'have the same birthday and the same soul'
Jia Sarnicola and Zuri Copeland, both 4, have birthdays two days apart, and they happen to have different skin colors, but if you ask them, they're twins. Full story: http://abc7.la/2i1t0Ya Produced by LA Blake
Views: 1374700 ABC Television Stations
Sheep, Mary tussle over baby Jesus in children's pageant gone hilariously awry
The story of the nativity of Jesus has been passed down for centuries, but it got an unexpectedly hilarious twist involving - what else - a dancing sheep during a recent Christmas pageant. http://abc7.la/2yEAPbt
'Wicked City' Will Push Network TV Boundaries on ABC
'Wicked City' cast Erika Christensen, Ed Westwick, Gabriel Luna and Jeremy Sisto explain just how dark the new ABC show will go, and how it works for network TV.
How To Celebrate Festivus
Festivus, a holiday that originated from an episode of 'Seinfeld,' is a big deal "for the rest of us" not celebrating other major religious events this winter. Video produced by Matt Deicke.
What Disneyland looked like in 1955
Disneyland, the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney, opened on Sunday, July 17, 1955. Construction lasted for exactly one year, and cost only $17 million to complete. The opening was only intended for about 11,000 invited guests and press, though a total of 28,000 attended due to a rush of counterfeit tickets. The event was telecast by ABC, anchored by actors Art Linkletter, Bob Cummings, and Ronald Reagan, whom were all friends of Walt Disney. Although initially intended to be an preview event preceding the opening to the public the next day, Disneyland adopted July 17 as the official date of its opening and birthday. On day one, Disneyland offered five themed 'lands' with a total of 20 attractions. At the start of the telecast, Walt Disney made his opening dedication speech. "To all who come to this happy place: welcome. Disneyland is your land. Here age relives fond memories of the past, and here youth may savor the challenge and promise of the future. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, the dreams, and the hard facts that have created America, with the hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration to all the world." Unbeknownst to Walt Disney or the television audience, the press event was rife with problems, in large part due to the unexpectedly large crowd and scorching outside temperatures of over 100 degrees. Drinking fountains were dry, restaurants ran out of food, rides were breaking down, and a gas leak in Fantasyland caused half the park to temporarily close. Company insiders would later refer to opening day as "Black Sunday." Walt Disney worked hard to restore faith in the park, inviting the press to return again once the problems had been sorted out. Disneyland has changed a great deal over the past 60 years, but many of the attractions that were operating on opening day are still there, today, albeit renovated or slightly tweaked. Here they are listed by their themed land. MAIN STREET, U.S.A. Disneyland Railroad Main Street Station Disneyland Band Main Street Cinema FANTASYLAND King Arthur Carrousel Mad Tea Party Mr. Toad's Wild Ride Peter Pan's Flight Snow White's Adventures Storybook Land Canal Boats TOMORROWLAND Autopia FRONTIERLAND Mark Twain Riverboat Golden Horseshoe Revue ADVENTURELAND Jungle Cruise Casey Jr. Circus Train and Dumbo the Flying Elephant both opened in 1955, on July 31 and August 16, respectively.
Ken Jeong Says His Wife Pushed Him To Quit Medicine and Pursue Acting
Going from a successful medical career to pursuing acting isn't a typical job transition these days. But then again, nothing is that typical for Ken Jeong.
#whatthefluffchallenge: Dogs befuddled by latest internet craze
Pet parents are "disappearing" behind blankets to see how their dogs react to the #whatthefluffchallenge: http://6abc.com/3638656/
Views: 507846 ABC Television Stations
Girl learning she's being adopted will bring tears to your eyes
Ivey Zezulka's foster parents Paige and Daniel surprised her with the news that they had finalized plans to adopt Ivey and her biological siblings. https://abc7.la/2N1tgqB
Views: 4429152 ABC Television Stations
Passengers recount airlift evacuation from Viking Sky cruise ship
A passenger who was airlifted from the Viking Sky cruise ship said the entire process was quick and first responders "didn't leave us enough time to be as scared as we probably should have been." https://abc7.la/2Wo9ruT Speaking with Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet, American passenger Jan Terbruegen said evacuations began less than an hour after crew members ordered passengers to muster stations. "We could see that we were getting blown in toward some rocks. That was the most frightening thing, I think, but luckily that wasn't our destiny," Terbruegen explained. In the same interview, passenger Beth Clark described the airlift process: "The guy came down from the helicopter, one of the Coast Guards snapped my belt and said, 'Hold it,' and shot me up about 100 feet in the air and onto the helicopter."
'Roseanne' pays tribute to late actor Glenn Quinn
Longtime 'Roseanne' fans recognized a familiar face during Tuesday night's episode: actor Glenn Quinn, who played Becky's boyfriend Mark during the series' original run. https://abc7.la/2HtuOV9
Dog tased by officers investigating domestic dispute
Body camera footage from St. George, Utah, shows a police officer using a taser to subdue a large German shepherd as he and another officer investigated reports of a domestic dispute. https://abc7.la/2wXMp64
Pitcher consoles opposing batter who is his childhood friend instead of celebrating with team
Mounds View High School pitcher Ty Koehn recorded a strike out to send his school to Minnesota's state tournament, but instead of celebrating, he immediately hugged the batter, his childhood friend Jack Kocon of Totino-Grace. https://abc11.tv/2JKTvjC
5 Facts About Sunscreen You Probably Didn't Know
No one likes to hear it, but when it comes to sun safety, there's a good chance you're doing it wrong. Nearly 5 million Americans are treated for skin cancer each year, making it the most common form of cancer by far, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). Your skin is the largest organ of the body and the most subjected to the harsh ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun, which are known to cause cancer, yet most of the damage is preventable with proper sunscreen use. Cultivating facts from the ACS, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Skin Cancer Foundation (SCF), we've come up with a list of things we think you should be aware of when using sunscreen. 1. Not all sunscreens protect you from the sun. Many sunscreens only protect you from the sun's UVB rays, and not UVA rays. UVB rays penetrate the top layer of skin and cause burns, while UVA rays contribute to wrinkles, premature aging, and can damage your DNA. The ACS says that both types of UV radiation can cause skin cancer, and also warns that tanning beds are known to give off large amount of UVA rays. The ASC, FDA and CDC all recommend to regularly to use SPF 15 or higher with the words "broad spectrum" on the label, which protects against UVB and UVA rays. According to the CDC, studies have shown the find that less than 15 percent of men use sunscreen regularly on any exposed part of their body when outside for more than an hour and "nearly 40 percent of sunscreen users were unsure if their sunscreen provided broad-spectrum protection." 2. Just a little dab will not do. Most people apply only 1/4 the needed amount of sunscreen. The ASC recommends at least one ounce (a shot glass) of sunscreen to be used to cover the arms, legs, neck and face of the average adult. Also, sunscreen can wear off, so reapply after every two hours or after sweating or swimming. That means a family of four should use at least 8 oz. of sunscreen for a four-hour stay at the beach. 3. SPF 30 is not twice the protection as SPF 15. The Sun Protection Factor (SPF) is the fraction of sun-burning rays that reach your skin, so SPF 15 means only 1/15 of UVB rays will reach the skin. SPF 30 can filter out 97 percent of UVB rays, whereas SPF 50 filters out 98 percent. The FDA has seen no evidence supporting that SPF values higher than 50 provide any additional protection. 4. Apply sunscreen while outside is already too late. Sunscreen takes about 30 minutes to be absorbed into your skin, according to the SCF, so apply before going outside. 5. There's no such thing as "waterproof" sunscreen. Sunscreens are no longer allowed to be labeled as "waterproof" due to recent FDA regulations. Any product claiming "water resistant" must declare if you can expect protection for either 40 or 80 minutes of swimming or sweating. However, it is still recommending that you reapply sunscreen after getting wet. Who and when should you wear sunscreen? Everybody and all the time. Some common myths denying the need of sunscreen still prevail today, and they're dangerously wrong, says the SCF. Even if it's cold or cloudy outside, you still need to wear sunscreen. Up to 40 percent of the sun's UV rays reach the earth on a completely cloudy day. Developing a "base tan" does not protect you from UV radiation or sunburning. Any tan is a sign of sun damage to your skin, reports the SCF, and only provides up to protection equivalent to SPF 3 or less. You can also help combat sun exposure by wearing clothes, a hat and wrap-around sunglasses. Darker sunglasses do no necessarily mean better UV protection, but look for a pair that advertises UV absorption or that it meets ANSI requirements. Keep in mind, however, that a normal t-shirt has an SPF rating lower than 15. When you do have a burn, you should act immediately to minimize the damage. Since it's a real burn, you need to first lower your body temperature. Jump in a cold shower, apply an anti-inflammatory lotion with aloe vera, and consider taking an ibuprofen to reduce swelling and redness. Do not use bar soap, luffa brushes and acne medications with salicylic acid as they can further irritate your skin. A 1st degree burn should be gone within a week, while a 2nd degree burns (blistering) can take a couple of weeks. If you feel ill or faint, you may have heat stroke and should see a doctor immediately. While you're out in the sun and soaking up all that summer has to offer this season, be sure to keep yourself and your family safe from the dangers of too much sun exposure.
What happens when you throw boiling water into the air in sub-zero temperatures
David Freiheit was vacationing with his family in St-Donat, Quebec, Canada, in mid-February when he decided to demonstrate Mpemba effect, which is when warmer water sometimes freezes faster than colder water.
Views: 247161 ABC Television Stations
CMA hosts mock President Trump's tweeting with song
Covfefe? CMA hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley mock President Trump’s tweeting with “Before He Tweets"
Views: 172026 ABC Television Stations
Mother hears deceased son's heartbeat inside donor recipient
Heather Clark got to hear the heartbeat of her son, Lukas, inside another child's chest almost three years after he passed away suddenly. Clark had an emotional meeting with Jordan Drake, the 4-year-old who needed Lukas' donated heart to survive a congenital heart defect. Produced by LA Blake
18 Halloween-themed phobias you might have
A phobia is a type of an anxiety disorder, and phobias are divided into three categories: specific, social and agoraphobia, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Specific phobias are distinguished by an intense and "irrational fear of something that poses little or no actual danger" and limited to a very specific thing or situation. Approximently 20 million Americans suffer from a specific phobia, which can be limited to an animal type such as dogs or spiders, situations such as confined spaces, and environmental factors such as heights and thunderstorms. Specific phobias also include irrational fears of specific supernatural creatures such as vampires, witches and ghosts. The names of all phobias are derived from Greek, combined with the Latin "phobia," meaning fear, at the end. So the fear of spiders becomes arachnophobia from the Greek word "arachne," meaning "spider." If you are afraid of one aspect of Halloween, there's probably a name for it. Halloween-themed phobias: Arachnophobia - Fear of spiders Astraphobia - Fear of thunder and lightning Bogyphobia - Fear of the boogeyman Chiroptophobia - Fear of bats Coulrophobia - Fear of clowns Hemophobia - Fear of blood Lupophobia - Fear of wolves and werewolves Maskaphobia - Fear of masks Necrophobia - Fear of dead things Nyctophobia - Fear of the dark Phasmophobia - Fear of ghosts Placophobia - Fear of tombstones Samhainophobia - Fear of Halloween Sanguivoriphobia - Fear of vampires Selenophobia - Fear of the Moon Skelephobia - Fear of skeletons Teraphobia - Fear of monsters Wiccaphobia - Fear of witches The formation of specific phobias is still note well understood, though they are twice as common in women. While the fear of harmless, or even completely fictional things may seem silly, specific phobias can become disabling if the feared thing cannot be avoided, or if treatment is not pursued. Produced by Matt Deicke
2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards winners
You never know what you will see in nature. The finalists of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards were able to capture the lighter and humorous side of wild animals.
Adorable boy and neighbor dog play fetch over fence
This toddler won't let a fence get in the way of playing fetch with his new best friend, his neighbor's dog. http://abc7.com/pets-animals/adorable-boy-and-neighbor-dog-play-fetch-over-fence/3789930/
Views: 128953 ABC Television Stations
'Blood & Oil' Cast Would Need "A Lot" Of Money To Move To North Dakota
Don Johnson, Chace Crawford, Rebecca Rittenhouse and Amber Valletta admit they would need to be made as rich as their characters to consider actually moving to North Dakota, where 'Blood & Oil' is set.
Trump on laurel-yanny debate: 'I hear covfefe'
President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Ivanka Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Dan Scavino are just some of the White House officials to weigh in on the laurel vs. yanny debate. https://abc7.la/2IOAFaM
Views: 195379 ABC Television Stations
Furniture flies as stranded cruise ship heaves side to side off coast of Norway
Furniture and fixtures flew violently across the room as the stranded Viking Sky cruise ship heaved side to side off the coast of Norway. The Viking Sky's evacuation is likely to be a slow and dangerous process, as passengers needed to be hoisted from the cruise ship one by one. https://abc7.la/2OlMbuy The Norwegian newspaper VG said the Viking Sky cruise ship issued a mayday call as bad weather hit Saturday and engine problems caused it to start drifting toward the rocky shore. Police in the western county of Moere og Romsdal said the crew, fearing the ship would run aground, managed to anchor in Hustadsvika Bay, between the Norwegian cities of Alesund and Trondheim, so the evacuations could take place. Rescue teams with helicopters and boats were sent to evacuate the cruise ship under extremely difficult circumstances. Norwegian media reported gusts up to 38 knots (43 mph) and waves over 8 meters (26 feet) in an area known for its rough, frigid waters.
Teen asks stepdad to adopt her for 'most amazing Christmas present'
This family shared a sweet Christmas moment when a teen asked her stepdad to adopt her.
How Sylvester Stallone went from homeless actor to Hollywood star
Before he was a Hollywood icon and action star, Sylvester Stallone had to overcome incredible odds not unlike his most famous character -- Rocky Balboa. Video produced by Matt Deicke.
"Hauntingly Beautiful" - Abandoned houses across America
Pseudonymous photographer Seph Lawless has been documenting abandoned cities and secluded areas across the U.S. and abroad since 2005 in an ongoing project called "Autopsy of America." His latest body of work project, "Hauntingly Beautiful" is a collection of photos taken of 13 of the most striking abandoned houses he's come across. See more of his work at www.sephlawless.com Produced by Matt Deicke.
Amazing video shows eagle battling fox for rabbit in mid-air
A fox who captured a rabbit quickly lost its prey when an eagle swooped in to try to steal the fox's meal. https://abc7.la/2Lob6fa
Views: 330505 ABC Television Stations
This woman goes through her day without making any trash
Lauren Singer can fit all of her trash from the past three years in a little jar. She says she finds the zero-waste lifestyle to be both fun and rewarding. Photography by Jeremy Murn, Produced by LA Blake
The shortest Oscars acceptance speeches
Some people like to keep it short and sweet when it comes to their Oscars speeches.
Museum of Ice Cream Los Angeles
The Museum of Ice Cream Los Angeles features a banana room, mint chocolate chip growing boxes and a swimming pool of sprinkles.
Pi explained with pie
Happy Pi Day! In honor of the day dedicated to the mathematical representation of the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, we decided to try to explain pi using one of our favorite sweet treats -- pie!
Men record death-defying escape from wildfires with dogs
Roommates Michael Vien and Layton Smith got in the car with their dogs when the flames were approaching. They recorded the moments immediately after they left behind their home, which is now gone. Full story: http://abc7.la/2xI8llu Produced by LA Blake
'Pretty Little Liars' spinoff cast spills their secrets
If you ask "Pretty Little Liars" fans why the show was so addictive, you'll probably get the same answer: the mind-blowing plotlines laced with twists, turns, secrets and lies. Less than two years after the original series ended, a new spinoff is coming to Freeform, and "Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists" holds true to everything that made the original "PLL" series such a runaway success. Two of the original series' most iconic characters are back, both in search of a fresh start as they find themselves working at the same university in fictional Beacon Heights, Oregon. But not long after their unexpected reunion, Sasha Pieterse's Alison DiLaurentis and Janel Parrish's Mona Vanderwaal find themselves entangled in a new mystery alongside Sofia Carson, Sydney Park and Eli Brown. We caught up with Pieterse, Parrish, Carson and other cast members at the Hollywood premiere party. In the spirit of "PLL," we asked them all to share a dirty little secret about themselves -- and their answers were thankfully much more lighthearted than the secrets that come to light on the show. https://abc7.la/2O5Scvc
News anchor reports on her own daughter's overdose death
KELO-TV anchor Angela Kennecke lost her 21-year-old daughter Emily to a fentanyl overdose in May. This week, she returned to the air to raise awareness about the opioid crisis and call for change. https://abc7.la/2oRkKNe
Boy born without arms not allowed to eat on table at IHOP
Alexis Bancroft said she washed her son's feet before she sat him on the table to eat, like he always does because he was born without arms. The manager told them he could not eat there. Full story: https://abc7.la/2smWLHj Produced by LA Blake
Epic "Alien" and "Predator" Cosplay at San Diego Comic-Con International
Two kids dressed up as menacing monsters from the Alien" and "Predator" at Comic-Con 2016.
Raw Footage Of The Notre Dame Cathedral Fire
"Everything is burning, nothing will remain from the frame." MORE DETAILS: https://abc7ne.ws/2UDzX6X
How To Talk To Your Kids About Bullying
While more than one in four children say they have experienced being bullied, only 20-30 percent of those children ever report it to an adult. The startling statistic can be troublesome for parents, leaving many wondering how to know if their child is being bullied and what they should do about it. Produced by Matt Deicke.
Happy National Puppy Day!
What better way to celebrate National Puppy Day than with dozens of adorable puppies?
Community honors firefighter after battle with brain tumor
Family, friends and community members came together Saturday to honor a Colorado firefighter after his battle with a brain tumor. Emotional video shared by South Metro Fire Rescue showed the heart-wrenching procession as Cody Mooney, 31, was escorted for an organ donation procedure at Littleton Adventist Hospital in suburban Denver. Doctors, nurses and Mooney's wife walked his hospital bed down a corridor lined with observers who saluted the firefighter as his bed passed. https://abc7.la/2UpFSbq
Adorable litter of pugs follows baby around house
Pugs and a baby together are the cutest.
Views: 5019715 ABC Television Stations

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