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.
On Friday, Good Day LA hosted an hour-long special dedicated to the personal stories and important discussions surrounding combating Asian American hate hosted by Michaela Pereira and Sandra Endo.
FOX 11's Sandra Endo talked to some pros to get tips on how to up our Insta-game and found out what it's really like to be a content creator.
A growing number of hate crimes against Asian Americans nationwide has been concerning to many and has even pushed President Joe Biden to speak about the troubling trend. A U.S. Air Force veteran opened up to FOX 11's Sandra Endo after he was allegedly jumped in Koreatown last month.
Students planned to make their voices heard Monday by participating in a car rally in downtown Los Angeles with the hope that officials would reopen schools for in-person instruction.
One Long Beach native celebrated a big birthday on Saturday, and at 100 years young, Evelyn Haesloop isn’t slowing down. In fact, the avid golfer is playing a round for a great cause and spilling her secrets to a healthy life.
Frontline workers in Pasadena will be given the opportunity to receive the coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday.
Two young sisters are looking for a life-saving bone marrow donor as they battle sickle cell disease.
Some Southern California shoppers didn’t let the pandemic or chilly morning temperatures stop them from standing in line to catch Black Friday deals at the Citadel Outlets in Commerce.
Pandemic fatigue is very real. Not only are we all tired of this virus upending our lives and all the precautions we have to take but it’s taking a real toll on our senses. Masks have a real impact on the way we are interacting with each other and how straining to hear is tiring us out.
Orange County business and community leaders put on their hard hats and pick up a tool belt on Thursday morning to build affordable homes with Habitat for Humanity of Orange County's at the 12th annual Leaders Build Challenge.