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.
We had been working on a story about the Jewish High Holidays when the news broke. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away.
Beverly Hills...famous stores, fancy cars, and these days it's ground zero for scammers ripping off other peoples' unemployment benefits to buy expensive things for themselves.
Tuesday was a great learning experience. FOX 11 reporter Hal Eisner spending the day with the American Red Cross in Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades.
UPDATE: The City of Lynwood votes to place city manager Jose Ometeotl on administrative leave on Tuesday following his Instagram post saying “Chickens come home to roost” in response to the shooting ambush of two LASD deputies.
“This is one of the most important days for remembrance." Words from Marc Manfro. A Castaic resident who used to be a New York cop. He was a transit police officer and later NYPD.
When you ask people to describe the kind of air quality we are having this week you hear words like “unhealthy,” “sad,” and “horrible”.
We all know that small businesses have taken a huge hit during the pandemic. Now, Governor Newsom has signed a trio of bills aimed at helping them.
Smoke from the massive Bobcat Fire combined with sizzling temperatures have caused unhealthy air quality in portions of Southern California, officials warned.
Segment One: School Hacks
Maya Levine with Check Point cybersecurity and Jay Gehringer, retired North Hollywood High School Computer teacher join Hal to talk about the impact that hackers have had on learning from home.