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.
Government officials have confirmed that a recently released video showing triangular objects flying off the coast of San Diego is real, prompting a plethora of questions.
April is ‘Distracted Driving Awareness Month,’ and officers with the California Highway Patrol’s West Valley Division are testing an out-of-the-box approach to draw attention to the issue.
Unhoused residents of Echo Park and their supporters held a silent candlelight march and vigil in protest of the violent eviction of homeless residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With case rates going down, vaccine rates going up and restrictions across the country relaxing, it's a recipe for a busy spring break travel season.
A new 80-plus page report found a series of issues with law enforcement‘s response to the 2018 mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, where 12 people were killed.
Several out of town people are lining up outside of a clinic in South LA hoping to get a leftover COVID-19 vaccine. But these so-called ‘vaccine chasers’ are upsetting the local residents.
Some people, without appointments or eligibility, are lining up at clinics and hospitals in hopes of securing a leftover dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Students in the South Bay school districts are heading back to class as districts in the Southland struggle to put together reopening plans.
In the aftermath of a protest that briefly stalled the vaccination process at Dodger Stadium over the weekend, city leaders considered creating a designated "protest zone" in the event of future disturbances.
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.