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.
Cell phone video showed dozens of people running toward a flipped-over pickup truck in a Costa Mesa intersection overnight. Many shouted panicked instructions to others as the chaotic scene unfolded.
For the first time in more than a decade, homicides in the city of Los Angeles could reach a grim milestone of more than 300 by the year’s end.
It took nearly a day for Kristen and Scott Bedno to assemble their elaborate Halloween wonderland complete with ghosts, skeletons, and giant spooky inflatables.
Family and friends said they should have been celebrating Eric Briceno’s 40th birthday...instead, they remembered his life - and demanded justice in his death.
The pandemic has hit small businesses in the Southland hard, but a newly-announced grant might be able to help those in Los Angeles County.
Residents across Los Angeles County have reported receiving multiple ballots in the mail, and it has raised concerns among voters.
A recently-installed security camera caught video of a woman walking into a Long Beach man’s property, ripping down a ‘Trump 2020’ sign, and running away.
Thousands of families in Long beach depend on the school district’s grab-and-go meals but this week a breakfast was handed out with wat looked like mold on the sandwiches.
Hair salons and barbershops are set to reopen across California Monday, but not in Los Angeles County.
Riverside County officials have proposed a three-phased plan to reopen businesses and places of worship after Labor Day.