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.
FOX 11's Laura Diaz looks back on the time she met the Presley family as they celebrated the release of the 'Elvis' biopic.
In a very Los Angeles-like fashion, long lines wrapped around a market in the Downey area as families scramble for masa, the main ingredient for tamales.
Thanks to police and generous community members, they delivered new decorations and toys to the family.
A safe containing a valuable heirloom was stolen from Pasta Sisters in Culver City over the weekend. Inside was her grandmother's diary, which contained family history in Italy and handwritten recipes written entirely in Italian.
According to a student, the teacher reportedly said, “This school is lucky they don’t let me bring in my 9mm Glock or else I would’ve shot four students already.”
FOX 11's Laura Diaz spoke with a Holocaust survivor as he reacts to the recent cases of antisemitism.
It may look like a typical Los Angeles apartment complex from the outside, but once you step inside Ava's House, you can tell something extraordinary is happening here.
Rob Adams was shot and killed in an interaction with San Bernardino Police last month. His family says he was shot in the back running from men who didn't identify themselves as officers. Police say he had a gun.
FOX 11's Laura Diaz spoke with an expert to discuss the recent spike in murders across our area.
Jaime Jarrín spent decades in the Dodger booth alongside Vin Scully. Jarrín remembers his dear friend as the "architect of his career."