FOX 11 In Depth: Storms, Slides & a Little Coffee Talk about SoCal Weather & It's Impact

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SEGMENT ONE: In Southern California, how do we deal with weather when Mother Nature is dishing out heavy rains and mudflows. Jeff Reeb, the Director of LA County's Office of Emergency Management and Christopher Stone with LA County's Department of Public Works joins Hal Eisner to talk about this week's storms, how we prepare for potential problematic weather, the aging infrastructure in our debris basins and keeping people informed.

SEGMENT TWO: Reeb and Stone talk with Hal about the drought! There is still a drought in Southern California and we look into why and what the concerns about that might be.

SEGMENT THREE: What happens to all of the junk and debris that fills the LA RIver and flows toward the ocean to keep it from the Pacific? We show you.

SEGMENT FOUR: We meet customers at a local Sun Valley coffee shop. Over coffee we chat about... what else? California weather


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