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.
Investigations continue in the Victorville explosion that left one person in critical condition and a neighborhood picking up the pieces.
The City of West Hollywood narrowly voted to cut funds for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Instead, West Hollywood leaders are planning to set aside that money for other safety programs.
The Sixth Street bridge reopens next weekend, nearly six years after it closed.
In the wake of recent mass shootings, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Americans have the right to carry concealed firearms in most public places without a permit. What will this mean for Californians?
The 32-year-old was honored at a funeral service packed with high ranking officials and representatives of law enforcement, fire and many support agencies.
Lifeguard agencies are struggling to fill seasonal jobs this summer, and the reasons are varied.
The three people claim to all be sovereign citizens and under their beliefs are exempt from the law.
A now-viral Instagram video shows the owner of No Limit Training Facility in North Hollywood allegedly making racial comments at a Mexican vendor.
Thousands gathered in Hollywood Sunday for the return of the LA Pride Parade.
Fire officials are pleading with the public to be careful this weekend as most wildfires are caused by humans.