What the Hal? Get to know award winning songwriter Diane Warren

 Diane Warren has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, as well as won a Grammy, Emmy, Golden Globe so much more. She's been nominated 11 times for an Oscar and yet still trying to get that first one! 

Point of View: Houston Astros cheated to win the 2017 World Series

Baseball fans wondered how the Houston Astros could manhandle the Dodgers great pitchers in the 2017 World Series. Now we know. They cheated. Major League Baseball came down hard on the Astros, as they should have, but Commissioner Rob Manfred has one more thing he must do. He can’t give the World Series Trophy to the Dodgers because they didn’t win it. But he certainly can take it back from the Astros and vacate their World Series win.

Dad celebrates Wednesday's Child adoption

Happy New Year from Wednesday’s Child! The year 2020 marks 25 years of the Wednesday’s Child program, a partnership between KTTV-Los Angeles FOX 11 News and DCFS to find adopting families for a population of children in foster care who face more barriers than others in reaching permanency.

Glaudi, haute couture designer from Downey goes 'Beverly Hills'

Much to my delight, the 90210 has a new face in fashion. Glaudi by Johana Hernandez on Brighton Way is home to haute couture beautiful gowns, wedding dresses, and red carpet show-stoppers. Hernandez is dressing a Who's Who of gorgeous Latinas and is a true success story from her hometowns of Compton and Downey.

What the Hal? Learning about the game of pickleball

It's one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S., but still a lot of people have never heard of it -- pickleball. It combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong and is a game that appeals to all ages.

FOX 11 News In Depth : Iran, human trafficking, Janice Hahn

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.

Point of View: How Is One of America’s Highest Gas Taxes Not Enough

California drivers pay more than double the national average for state gasoline taxes. After voters approved another six-cent increase in July, Governor Newsom signed an executive order in September that allows him to redirect some of these funds to programs addressing climate change instead of infrastructure repair. Do you think that was a bait and switch, or do you think he did the right thing?

What the Hal? Raising awareness about human trafficking

January is Human Trafficking Prevention month. It’s a time that shines a light on the issue and raises awareness. In 2018, 10,949 cases of human trafficking were reported to the Polaris-operated National Human Trafficking Hotline.

FOX 11 wants you to show us your holiday lights!

FOX 11 is getting into the holiday spirit in 2019 with the most amazing Los Angeles holiday light displays. If you deck the halls, if your neighborhood looks like a winter wonderland, if your house would make even Clark Griswald jealous, we want to hear from you!Also, FOX 11 is partnering with Studio Movie Grill and Toys For Tots for the first time this holiday season. Studio Movie Grill will give a free movie ticket for each unwrapped toy donated at their locations:

Wednesday's Child: Sweet and lovable Cristeina would love a permanent family

Cristeina (2007) is a personable child. She enjoys the outdoors and going to the movies, mall, library and the park. She also enjoys drawing; anything artsy, listening to music, putting puzzles together, and reading (especially Korean Comic books). Cristeina is always up for exploring new things and different dimensions of the arts. With that in mind, Cristeina was given a chance to see a theater production media day where members of the media interviewed the cast of the Lythgoe Family Panto’s 10-Year Anniversary production of A Snow White Christmas.

Point of View: Fixing Metro train service

In a city with far too much traffic, with too many cars carrying just one person, you would think a mass transportation system would be embraced, right?