Hal Eisner is in his 38th year on television in Los Angeles. Most of those years have been spent on FOX 11 and My 13. Eisner currently hosts FOX 11 News IN DEPTH and the podcast What the Hal? He has received a number of journalism awards over the years including Emmy's, Golden Mikes, awards from The L.A. Press Club and The Associated Press. Eisner has created nationally recognized mentoring programs such as Camp News. He started reporting news on the radio in his home state of Texas. It was when he became a correspondent for CNN in the early '80s that he came to Los Angeles and turned his attention to television. Eisner is currently in his second term on the National Board of SAG-AFTRA.
Smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices can be a mystery to those who can't see very well. But the Braille Institute has classes to help those who are visually impaired learn how to use new devices and certain mobile apps.
SEGMENT A:Hahn reacts to Mideast Attacks Supervisor Janice Hahn offers up her reaction to the rocket attacks on Iraqi military bases; she talks about her time in congress negotiating the Iran nuclear treaty, says that she hopes that diplomacy will be able to achieve a peaceful solution, and talks about the heightened security in effect locally.
FOX 11 News In Depth Iran, human trafficking, Janice Hahn
Video from a neighborhood website shows all the reasons locals oppose a proposed extension of the 241 toll road to connect with the 5 Freeway.
A vacation on a cruise ship is relaxing, fun and enjoyable but within the past few months fears of infections on local cruise ships have rose.
Some strong gusty winds caused a massive tree to be uprooted in Sylmar, damaging a couple cars on the street. Some residents think the city's slow response to calls is to blame.
From responding to house fires, natural emergencies and even the Rose Parade, volunteers with the Red Cross are always out in full force helping the people in their community.
Los Angeles firefighter Eric Stevens is now in the fight of his life against ALS also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
SEGMENT A: Firefighters Toughest Fight
We talk with LAFD firefighter Eric Stevens, his wife and brother. Stevens was diagnosed with ALS, an infectious disease doctor and a travel expert about the recent cases of norovirus on the Norwegian Joy, we have a conversation with a Trauma Surgeon and nurse who talk about the “Stop the Bleed” program and Hal explains latest “What the Hal” Podcast .