Bugs as Food, Rudolph Schindler, Gold Prospecting, Hummingbirds

Season 6, Episode 14

Could bugs be the solution to the world's food crisis? Reporter Derrick Shore explores why more people are turning to insects as a sustainable source of protein.

Jennifer Sabih takes a look at how a local pastor and his congregation in South Central LA resurrected the only house of worship Rudolph Schindler ever built.

Although it's been more than 160 years since the Gold Rush began, people are still looking to strike it rich today. Judy Muller visits modern-day gold prospectors along the San Gabriel River.

Val Zavala shows you hummingbirds like you've never seen them before. Eye-opening, slow-motion footage reveals the fascinating world of these tiny wonders of flight.








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Homeless Special

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Human Trafficking, Driving in the 1930s, Derelict Icons, Cuddle Sanctuary

Season 7, Episode 24

Young girls sold on the streets of L.A. are victims of human trafficking.

Weekly hug sessions give people the benefits of human touch.

Classic automobiles get new life without losing their weathered charm.

Historical footage of a dangerous Hollywood intersection before traffic signals.

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