Laura Diaz joined FOX 11 KTTV and KCOP in May 2012. For more than two decades, Diaz has anchored, reported and produced for several flagship Los Angeles stations. She is a 14-time Emmy Award winner. After working in San Luis Obispo and Fresno fresh out of college, Diaz returned home to Southern California to work as a reporter and anchor at KABC and eventually KCBS. Diaz was born in Santa Paula and raised in Santa Clarita. She graduated from William S. Hart High School and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Are you downright ravenous for a Dodger Dog? Craving nachos served in a Dodger helmet? Hankering for a stadium pretzel slathered in mustard? You're not alone!
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" She's a beautiful soul who left way too soon."
For years I've been fascinated by the hunt to find the infamous "Golden State Killer."
Up and down the state of California, salons opened their doors on Monday.
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Events halfway around the world landed squarely on the doorstep of 39-year-old Dina Salem of Los Angeles. This mom was on her computer when she got the word; a massive explosion had rocked Beirut, the city in which she was raised. Frantically, instinctively she called her loved ones back home to check on them. She breathed a huge sigh of relief-- everyone was safe.
Lance Corporal Marco Barranco of Montebello was destined to serve his country. The photo was contained in a shrine at the Barranco Family home. Their memories now bittersweet after learning their only son was missing and presumed dead in a training exercise turned tragic in the Pacific Ocean.
44-year-old Jose Perez was no stranger to emergencies. As a firefighter and paramedic in the LA City Fire Department he saw it all. But never did he think his body would be attacked by a potentially fatal virus. Last weekend, the man known for his generous heart and great physical strength died due to complications with COVID-19. He was the first LA City Firefighter to die from the virus.