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.
With flags, sign-plastered cars, and a clear message, dozens gathered in downtown Los Angeles for a socially-distanced caravan, demanding immediate action at the White House.
“Some of the teachers have seen it a little bit on the screen, but they're not experiencing what we're experiencing at home, with their frustration, the crying, the tears."
The number of COVID-19 patients at county hospitals has increased by 138% in the last month, rising from 573 on Nov. 29. The intensive care numbers are up by 147% in the same period.
Starting Monday, all airline passengers traveling from the United Kingdom to the United States will need to get negative COVID-19 tests within three days of their trip and give the results to their airline, or they will not be allowed to board.
A social media post showing non-frontline workers receiving the vaccine sparked controversy.
Families loaded into their cars and headed to Pasadena to celebrate Christmas Eve by slowly driving by and admiring hundreds of displays in Upper Hastings Ranch.
Despite pleas from local and public health officials, tens of thousands of travelers are passing through LAX every day this holiday season, according to airport officials.
A lawsuit has been filed in federal court aimed at overturning the state’s recent ban on outdoor dining.
Four separate shootings occurred on Sunday afternoon in Altadena leaving three people wounded, and Pasadena police stopped a vehicle and detained three men who matched the description of the suspects in the shootings, authorities said.
With online connectivity more important than ever, the city of Long Beach announced a new internet service and computing device program to help low-income residents connect to free digital inclusion resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.