Sandra Endo is a general assignment reporter covering breaking news and feature reports for Good Day LA and FOX 11 News. Prior to joining KTTV, she spent five years working for CNN/CNN Newsource based in Washington DC. Her stories have appeared on prime time shows such as AC360 with Anderson Cooper and the Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. Endo covered a range of topics from natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy to Washington politics. Prior to joining CNN, Endo worked NY1 and NBC 5 News in Chicago. Endo is a Los Angeles native and a graduate of Van Nuys Math Science Magnet. She graduated magna cum laude from New York University, where she double majored in politics and journalism.
A child care system in crisis. That’s what family providers are calling it after 200 have had to permanently close just last week alone.
An Orange County doctor is under fire for not only saying "a gun, not a mask" will provide better protection during the viral pandemic, but also for pulling out a gun during the anti-mask video posted to social media.
The Boys and Girls Club is still trying to provide a sense of normalcy for kids in a safe way during the COVID-19 pandemic, by providing an outlet for kids outdoors.
Essential school supplies are very different this year because of distance learning. This year's back-to-school list includes extension cords, earphones, lap desks, hand sanitizer, and that’s just a small example of what students at Valley High School in Santa Ana are getting at a free giveaway.
It was a celebration in the South Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts on Thursday as Nike opened its brand new Nike community store in honor of Mamba Week.
While the rides at Knott’s Berry Farm are still at a standstill, the big attraction now is a park-wide food festival that begins Friday.
Love is not canceled because of COVID-19. The Honda Center has resumed offering marriage services for couples ready to tie the knot.
The clippers are still buzzing at Active Barbers in Santa Monica and you can hear them as you walk by, since now their cuts are taking place outside.
It’s a small but mighty university in Palos Verdes. Mighty in the way they’re approaching students and teachers coming back to school this fall.
A gym owner in Riverside is taking a defiant stance against Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest order to reclose, saying the governor's order is unconstitutional and that he's fighting for his rights.