Chelsea Edwards comes to KTTV having spent much of the last five years covering every major story in the region, from the 2015 San Bernardino shooting to the 2016 Presidential election, and almost every major fire and natural disaster to hit our area.
Prior to joining KTTV, Chelsea was an anchor and reporter here in Los Angeles, covering everything from politics to law to entertainment, and interviewing many of the most powerful politicians and famous faces in our city.
Chelsea has also reported and anchored for stations in New York, New Jersey, and Arkansas. She began her career behind the scenes at Fox News Channel's Los Angeles bureau, where she helped produce the network's coverage of major events like the massive California wildfires in 2006 and Michael Jackson's death in 2009.
Chelsea is a graduate of Chapman University in Orange, California.
A passenger is giving an American Airlines flight crew praise for the way they handled a belligerent passenger on the flight from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City.
It is promoted as one of the hottest parties in town. But now, multiple women tell FOX 11 their drinks were spiked there and were later sexually assaulted.
A high school cheer squad says they were targeted with racial slurs from the opposing team's fans.
She said there were bruises covering her body. Her leggings were ripped, and all of her personal items were gone.
A family believes the South Los Angeles explosion involving illegal fireworks confiscated by LAPD contributed to two people dying.
Neighbors in the West Hollywood area say their multi-unit mailboxes have been gutted by a thief or thieves.
Jose says no one has ever asked him to leave the hillside or offered him housing, but that he would take it if it was. In the meantime, he said working the land brings him joy, and it makes him happy to know that his work makes others smile.
Disney California Adventure Park’s new Superhero land is about to debut to the public, featuring an action-packed Spider-Man ride, lab-created culinary masterpieces and interactive experiences for the next generation of Superheros.
Scores of beach-goers flocked to Southland beaches for Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of the summer season. Many brought elaborate set-ups complete with tents, rugs and grills.
Long before Echo Park Lake’s homeless encampment became a public safety issue, Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell was identifying and creating potential housing solutions for District 13.