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.
Bob DeCastro hosts in place of Hal Eisner. He is joined by Dr. David Michilik, pediatric infectious disease director at Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center, Long Beach.
Marla Tellez is joined by Certified Financial Planner Bobbi Rebell, who tells us about some of the changes that will be facing those filing their federal taxes this year. Those changes include the taxable status of stimulus payments, unemployment benefits, PPP loans, and also a nasty surprise for those working from home who want to deduct their home offices.
Marla Tellez hosts in place of Hal Eisner. She is joined by Diana Berrent, the founder of Survivor Corps, a grassroots movement to help COVID long haulers support each other and help medical professionals and scientists try to find answers to the medical mysteries and more.
Marla Tellez hosts In Depth this week, as Hal Eisner remains hospitalized along with photographer Joab Perez after being stuck by an alleged drunk driver in Hollywood. To discuss the ongoing problem of drunk driving, we have guests Patricia Rillera, the California state executive director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving and psychiatrist Dr. Joseph Haraszti, to talk about the increase in substance abuse during the pandemic.
LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva discusses the department's new program that brings the vaccine to county residents who are mentally or physically disabled.
Hal is joined by LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to discuss the department's new program that brings the vaccine to county residents who are mentally or physically disabled.
Community activists are urging everyone to rise up against anti-Asian hate.
After nearly a year of closure, AMC Theaters will reopen 25 locations in Los Angeles this week.
On Monday, March 15, LA County will move into the state's red tier, allowing gyms and fitness centers to reopen indoors.
March 11, 2020 was a day that changed everything.