Vanessa Borge is an Emmy award-winning journalist, appearing weekday mornings on Good Day LA from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Prior to joining FOX 11, Vanessa produced, reported, and anchored at CBS News in Miami, Florida for nine years. Borge grew up on the sandy beaches of Miami, Florida and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s of science in telecommunications.
With many parents keeping their kids home this summer, we have put together the ultimate summer day from start to finish. They'll learn, play, and relax. Hopefully helping you to relax, too.
As colleges grapple with how to stay open this fall, many students are questioning whether to enroll at all.
Are you tired of trying to find love on superficial dating apps? An app called S'more recently launched and its creator calls it the first anti-superficial, inclusive dating app.
Following civil unrest of the shooting deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other black Americans — along with the COVID-19 pandemic, rapper Ludacris is hoping his new platform will make it easier for children to learn about current events through music.
Are masks safe to wear while exercising? What happens when your mask gets wet from sweat? Should babies wear a mask? Immunology Specialist Dr. Andrew Pekosz with Johns Hopkins University answered some common questions about face coverings and debunked some myths during his appearance on Good Day LA Monday.
Minority-owned businesses have taken a huge hit during the pandemic.
School is reopening, and kids are going to be seeing their friends more often, too. Making sure they have a face mask that fits them and ensures their safety and your peace of mind, is vital.
If you think you may have COVID-19, you no longer have to leave your home to be tested. A mobile healthcare company just launched right here in Los Angeles.
How do you explain to your child why we are staying home during the pandemic and what coronavirus is? A new book written by two medical students could help with that.
In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd, more people are having important conversations about racism and racial injustice. But how do you discuss those topics constructively and effectively? FOX 11's Vanessa Borge spoke with psychologist, Dr. Julia Harper.