The light bulb ban takes effect next year.
Light bulb manufacturers will stop making the traditional 40- and 60-watt bulbs in January. Those are most popular kinds of light bulbs in America.
Halogen, CFL, LED and high-efficiency incandescents cost more than old-fashioned bulbs, but proponents of energy saving lights say they last a lot longer, so people save money in the long term.
Some Tea Party conservatives point to the new light bulb law as another example of President Obama's government overreach, but the regulations were signed into law by President Bush in 2007.
Elizabeth Espinosa is a multilingual two-time Emmy Award-winning reporter/anchor for KTLA. You can see her live reports every day on the KTLA Morning News.
Elizabeth was previously a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor at KTTV FOX 11, where she spent six years as one of the station’s pinnacle reporters on both the Fox 11 Morning News and Good Day LA morning shows. In addition to her local work with KTTV, she was a correspondent for Good Day Live, a nationally syndicated variety program on the FOX network, which hit the national airwaves in 2001.
Read more at Elizabeth's website
No stranger to live TV and radio, Mark Thompson is a regular hosting television shows of high drama and even life and death.
Mark has hosted high profile “event” shows like Celebrity Daredevils Live (FOX) with Dennis Rodman and Angie Everhart, all the Robbie Knievel jumps since 1990 (building to building in Las Vegas, over a portion of the Grand Canyon, and over an oncoming train). He even was hosting a live Knievel jump during which the weather prevented the jump and Thompson was asked to "fill" for the entire hour. There was no jump and the show registered a 25 share.
Read more on Mark Thompson's website
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues will hit theaters December 18th.
During the launch of the first Anchorman in 2004 social media was not an integral part of their marketing strategy. Now, Paramount Studios has partnered with Will Ferrell’s creative team on executing an interactive marketing campaign that would utilize social media concepts and tactics.
Ferrell and Paramount have released many teaser videos and
fans have created over thousands of Ron Burgundy GIF’s. Ron Burgundy is all over the Internet and it might be the funniest marketing campaign ever.
Dodge Durango's "Staring Contest" Commercial
ESPN's Ron Burgundy-Peyton Manning Interview
Thanks to a very large purchase at a local Christmas tree lot, there's no doubt that it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the Klum household.
Watch Heidi Sing her Christmas Carol - If You Dare
Fox News has certainly make their fair share of problematic gaffes on air, but on Thursday, they marched forward with out-and-out racism when Megyn Kelly clarified to kids that Santa is white, despite what the liberal media has been telling them.
Read more at the Huffington Post
Justin Maurer -- who has signed for some of "Jimmy Kimmel Live's" concerts, including Hanson -- stood onstage next to Kimmel and watched clips of Jantjie doing his thing and attempted to relate what was actually being said. Sure enough, it had no relation to the words that were coming out of the speakers' mouths.
Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx said in a statement to CNN that he is looking into the possibility of banning in-flight calls, citing its aviation consumer protection authority. The DOT will determine whether allowing calls is "fair to consumers."
Attorneys for Texas teen Ethan Couch claimed that his "affluenza"meant he was blameless for driving drunk and causing a crash that left four people dead in June.
Simply put, Couch, 16, claims that his condition stemmed from having wealthy, privileged parents who never set limits for him.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Fifteen counties are in line to split $500 million in state-issued bonds to upgrade jails and build classrooms for inmate rehabilitation programs.
The Board of State and Community Corrections announced Thursday that it will vote on allocating the money next month.
A committee recommended the 15 counties from among 36 proposals.
For the first time, the counties had to detail how part of the money would be used for efforts to keep offenders from committing new crimes.