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A year in Black Lives Matter, Tuesday Reviewsday, a Rose Parade goodbye

Published December 29, 2015 at 9:14 AM PST
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Stephanie Edwards and Bob Eubanks began hosting the Tournament of Roses Parade in 1982 and will host their final parade on New Year's Day 2016.
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Stephanie Edwards and Bob Eubanks began hosting the Tournament of Roses Parade in 1982 and will host their final parade on New Year's Day 2016.

We recap the year in the Black Lives Matter movement, the latest in music with Tuesday Reviewsday, and two long-time Rose Parade hosts say farewell.

That movement got its start two years ago in Los Angeles, but 2015 has been the year that Black Lives Matter dominated the news.
As 2015 wraps up we take a look back on the year that was, including the music that inspired us, made us think and had us bouncing in our seats.
The drought has meant bad news for California's citrus crops, but the recent cold weather has been beneficial.
The tradition of waiting for the weather to bring the perfect wave to a beach near you may be about to end, if pro-surfer Kelly Slater has a say about it.
Maryland couple Alexander and Danielle Meitiv were investigated for neglect. They've since been cleared of allegations of neglect in both cases.
Imagine that you could find a good pizza spot, catch an Uber home and make sure you have enough in your bank account for your order... all while texting your friends
This will be the last broadcast with Rose Parade anchors Bob Eubanks and Stephanie Edwards, who have hosted the event for over 30 years.
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