We took you to the 33rd annual Santa Comes to Westlake/Agoura & Beyond, which had a record number of recipients.
We met a local girl who was chosen as an "emerging leader" for the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles.
We offered the police blotter: 'Motel Clerk Robbed at Gunpoint' and 'Possible Marijuana Grow House Reported.'
We met a 17-year-old boy who has made it his mission in life to help women who've undergone radical breast cancer surgery.
We also introduced you to a retired NBA player and Olympic Gold Medalist and his wife who are taking on the difficult issue of teen suicide.
We reported that a former Agoura Hills resident has produced a philanthopic film about a young boy's efforts to help Hurricane Charley victims and America's homeless children - Little Red Wagon.
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Our What's Playing at the Regency film critic reviewed the indie film Little Red Wagon and the Spielberg hit Lincoln.