Jeff Friday shares why he created ABFF Honors

The Academy Awards are stirring controversy once again for the lack of diversity in its nomination pool. ABFF Honors is an awards show dedicated to saluting excellence in the motion picture and television industry for African-Americans. Jeff Friday, the founder of the American Black Film Festival, stopped by Good Day LA to open up about why he started the festival in the 1990s after seeing very little representation for people of color. The ceremony will take place on Feburary 23 from Beverly Hills.

The Cranberries discuss first Grammy nomination for last album "In The End"

It’s a bittersweet time for The Cranberries. They’ve been nominated for their first-ever Grammy for their latest album “In The End” but the big moment comes two years after the unexpected death of lead singer Dolores O'Riordan. Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan, and Fergal Lawler opened up about why they decided this album will be the last for the band and what fans can expect at Thursday’s Q & A event at the Grammy Museum.

The Cranberries discuss first Grammy nomination for last album "In The End"

It’s a bittersweet time for The Cranberries. They’ve been nominated for their first-ever Grammy for their latest album “In The End” but the big moment comes two years after the unexpected death of lead singer Dolores O'Riordan. Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan, and Fergal Lawler opened up about why they decided this album will be the last for the band and what fans can expect at Thursday’s Q & A event at the Grammy Museum.

Dr. Noelle Reid discusses coronavirus outbreak

There is a new upper respiratory virus that's making headlines called the coronavirus. So far, 17 people have died from it and now, there are more than 400 confirmed cases. A man in Washington contracted the virus after traveling to China. Dr. Noelle Reid from Trinity Health and Wellness Medical group stopped by to explain more.

Billboard's Ian Drew previews upcoming Grammy Awards

Award season is now in full swing, which means it is almost time for music's biggest night. While the night celebrates its winners, there is some drama brewing behind-the-scenes. Deborah Dugan, The Recording Academy's first-ever female CEO, has been placed on administrative leave. Billboard's Ian Drew breaks it all down.

Michelle Hurd talks about new Star Trek series on GDLA

Michelle Hurd is boldly going where a lucky few have gone before: She’s starring in a new Star Trek series — Star Trek: Picard. Hurd talks about why she thinks it’s the best show for this time in our history and explains why the original series meant so much to her.

Law and Order actress Elisabeth Rohm talks volunteer work and more

Elisabeth Rohm from the popular TV show Law and Order, stopped by Good Day LA Wednesday. In addition to her acting career, Rohm is also a trained emergency volunteer and has spent many years as a celebrity ambassador for the American Red Cross. She even gave blood for the first time in support of FOX 11's Blood Drive Telethon with the American Red Cross.