Handel discusses the three DACA cases today and what's at stake.
He then goes into PG&E and them helping fund the careers of the Calfornia governor and his wife.
And, french baguettes are coming out of vending machines in France now...
OH THE HUMANITY.
Handel goes over some of California's criminal cops and if some of them are still working.
He then talks with NBC News Investigative Reporter, Joel Grover, on how homeless individuals are attacking innocent people.
And, there are school apps that are tracking students from the classroom to the bathroom! What is going on here?!
Handel gives another insight into vaccinating your children!
He then dives into the Equal Rights Amendment.
And, Yelp reviews are being done for Los Angeles schools? Handel will explain.
Handel first gives an update on the U.S. citizens that were killed in the Mexican massacre.
He then talks about USC to radically cut number of trustees and impose age limits PLUS more diversity!
And, California mayors back the plan to make PG&E a cooperative! Handel has some thoughts.
Handel goes over the takeaways from the Ukraine testimony.
The Trump team has a plan for national parks! Handel talks about that plan.
And, today is... election day...? HUH?
Handel first talks about the president threatening to pull federal aid for California wildfires.
He then goes into the idea of the next recession.
And, the White House is stonewalling Democrats' impeachment inquiry. Handel discusses what this could mean going forward.
Handel first gives us the updates on the California fires and the potential cause of the fires.
He then goes into the fight over California fuel standards and the auto industry split.
And, the House is set to take the first vote on the impeachment inquiry of the president.
Handel goes over the proactive power outages throughout the state and how utilities decide if it's time to pull the plug.
He then talks with Orange County supervisor, Andrew Do, regarding the mental health jail expansion in the city.
And, can colleges police sports betting? Some are trying and he discusses this with NBC's Fred Roggin.
Handel first talks about the new testimony that undercuts President Trump's claim of a no quid pro quo on Ukraine.
He then dips into his press conference regarding a ceasefire in Syria.
And, there is a new bribery charge in college admissions scandal!
California families are going hungry! Handel will explain.
He also dives further into the housing crisis.
And, crime is going up as we see more kids enter the jail system. Handel will tell you what's going on.
Handel first discusses the U.S. agreeing to deal that approves Turkish control of northern Syria.
He then talks about Joshua Trees and if they are being threatened.
And, the guillotine is less cruel! Will they make a return as a form of executions?
Handel first discusses how the House Republicans joined the Democrats in condemning the president's actions in Syria.
He then talks with Mo'Kelly about the Federal Grand Jury.
And, Rep. Elijah Cummings is dead at 68. Handel will go over his life and the impact he made.
Handel goes over the takeaways from last night's Democratic debate.
He then dives into the SoCal heavy winds! And, did the great power shut-off of 2019 help?
And, Mexico sent asylum-seekers south!
Handel talks about President Trump ordering new sanctions on Turkey as well as PG&E sanctions.
He then goes into California's new healthcare laws, and possible tougher gun laws.
Handel first talks about the president pulling troops out of Syria. He explains why it appears the U.S. is stabbing the Kurds in the back.
He then talks about California becoming the first state in the country to push back school start times.
And, why are some Los Angeles people sleeping in stacked pods? Handel will tell you!
Handel first talks with ABC News Reporter, Alex Stone, regarding the "lights out" plan in California to prevent wildfires.
He then talks about Los Angeles city workers feeling unsafe as the homeless crisis grows.
And, fixing the 737 Max has been hard. Handel will explain that it's just going to get harder.
Will UC schools drop their SAT scores requirement?
Handel will explain!
It seems like a three-way race in the California presidential primary race.
And, Handel will let you know why public banks can be formed in California now, now that Governor Newsom signed a new law!
Handel goes over the impeachment inquiry in depth.
He then discusses the likely sentencing of Amber Guyger.
And, he discusses the possible aftermaths of from the White House briefing!
Handel goes over the homeless crisis as some Los Angeles officials want a state of emergency declared!
He then talks about Cal Fire's plan to rip out vegetation in San Diego County.
And, what do you need to know in order to get yourself a California Real I.D.!
Handel lets you know you have one year to get one!
Handel discusses the role of the whistleblower in the impeachment inquiry.
He then goes into the state's plan to prevent fires.
And, there has been an explosion in online child sex abuse! Handel will let you know what you need to know.