Award-winning broadcast journalist Christina Gonzalez has been a general assignment reporter for Fox 11 news since 1990. She has anchored and tried her hand at management, but always returns to her main love, field reporting.
From live breaking news stories, like her now-viral coverage of Los Angeles unrest after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police, to investigative and feature reporting.
With over a dozen Emmy nominations and just as many wins for reporting, writing, and producing, the veteran journalist has proven to be extremely multi-talented.
An active community supporter, Gonzalez is a frequent guest speaker, counsel to young people, and mentor for several schools and colleges. Her involvement has garnered recognition from several Southland organizations and city governments.
She is a board member of the Los Angeles chapter of the Radio and Television News Association and is finishing her Masters in Journalism at CSUN.
A grieving father confronted a young man accused of killing his teenage daughter during the showing of "The Forever Purge."
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The failure to more quickly notify the public of a 17-million-gallon sewage spill that ultimately closed beaches from El Segundo to the southern end of Playa del Rey was largely the fault of a division within the Department of Public Health, according to a report discussed by county officials Tuesday.
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