Serene Branson update: She should be fine

Per the L.A. Times story, it looks like KCBS2 reporter Serene Branson, who began speaking jibberish Sunday night on a live newscast following the Grammy Awards, is going to be OK.Serene-branson-feeling-fine

With permission from her doctor at UCLA to talk about her condition, it seems as if Branson suffered a "complex migraine," which can have many of the same symptoms of a stroke. It is believed her symptoms were only temporary.

She was immediately taken home after the 11 p.m. telecast.

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