In Depth: New Tax Laws, Money and Investments, Real Estate

In segments one and two, Hal speaks with financial expert Shinobu Hindert about changes in the tax laws and savings. Also, Suzanne Seini with Innovate Realty joins Hal to talk about a recent settlement that may help homebuyers save money on real estate deals.

In Depth: Courthouse Troubles, Scaling Peaks

Hal speaks with Samantha P. Jessner – Presiding Judge, Superior Court of LA County, about the serious shortage of court reporters in the court system. Also, Jenn Drummond, a mountaineer and now an author who set a record by summiting the seven second-highest peaks in the world, talks about her new book.

In Depth: Courthouse Troubles, Scaling Peaks

Hal speaks with Samantha P. Jessner – Presiding Judge, Superior Court of LA County, about the serious shortage of court reporters in the court system. Also, Jenn Drummond, a mountaineer and now an author who set a record by summiting the seven second-highest peaks in the world, talks about her new book.

In Depth: LA City Attorney Hydee Feldstein Soto

Hal speaks with Feldstein Soto about an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court, the task force that cracked down on a major LA hub for prostitution and human trafficking, and a lawsuit against H&R Block.

In Depth: LA City Attorney Hydee Feldstein Soto

Hal speaks with Feldstein Soto about an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court, the task force that cracked down on a major LA hub for prostitution and human trafficking, and a lawsuit against H&R Block.

LA County prepares for more rain

Los Angeles County is preparing for yet another round of rain storms. LA County Public Works discusses what those preparations look like

In Depth: Child Exploitation

Denise Gomez, the founder of Speaking 4 Change, joins Hal to discuss the experience she had with exploitation as a young teen and how it affected her. Then, Patrick Erlandson, of Father-con.org, discusses with Hal the importance of involved fathers. Also, Charlene Doak-Gebauer, producer/director of "Vulnerable Innocence," discusses the documentary with Hal – as well as her work as an advocate against child exploitation with an international team. And finally, author of "Parenting in the Digital World," Clayton Cranford, walks Hal through some of the suggestions in his book.

In Depth: Mudslides, Mentors, Freedom, and Fashion

In segment one, Joshua West, professor of Earth Sciences & Environmental Studies at USC, joins Hal to talk about the earth movement brought on by the recent storm system, and why it seems that Southern California is always dealing with this problem.  

In Depth: Mudslides, Mentors, Freedom, and Fashion

Joshua West, Professor of Earth Sciences & Environmental Studies at USC, joins Hal to talk about the earth movement brought on by the recent storm system. Then hear from Aquilla Toy and Adrienne Rose about their nonprofit organization, Mentors Inc., that provides support to those who are struggling. Also, Laverne Delgado talks about Freedom and Fashion, an organization that uses fashion to communicate with young women who may have been victimized by human trafficking or domestic or sexual violence.

In Depth: Valentine's Day

Dr. Jared Smith, distinguished engineer at Security Scorecard, joins Hal to talk about romance scams. Then, divorce attorney Sarah Intelligator discusses the dangerous "F words." Also, Michele Nealon from The Chicago School talks to Hal about the recent "epidemic" of loneliness.

In Depth: Stealing Copper, 'California Dream for All'

Councilmember Kevin de León joins Hal to talk about the task force he is working to establish to investigate the rash of copper wire thefts plaguing Los Angeles. Then, hear from Tony Olmos, the Public Works director in Pasadena, on the city’s approach to the copper thefts. Also, real estate expert Suzanne Seini joins Hal to talk about the 2024 California Dream for All program.

In Depth: Stealing Copper, 'California Dream for All'

Councilmember Kevin de León joins Hal to talk about the task force he is working to establish to investigate the rash of copper wire thefts plaguing Los Angeles. Then, hear from Tony Olmos, the Public Works director in Pasadena, on the city’s approach to the copper thefts. Also, real estate expert Suzanne Seini joins Hal to talk about the 2024 California Dream for All program.