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 horse ranch in Ventura is in need of the public's help after its facilities were devastated by the winter storms.
"I feel guilty. I don't know why I got pulled into that argument," said the husband of the woman shot.
Attorneys for Darral Scott, who goes by the rap name Feezy Lebron, are filiing a $10 million claim against the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for an interaction on New Year's Eve during which Scott said deputies threatened to shoot and kill him.
Eight families were displaced after a retaining wall collapsed at a Corona neighborhood. One attorney told FOX 11 that this isn't the first time this has happened in the same community.
Just as the staff finishes up their roof repairs, Orange County's Wetlands and Wildlife care center will once again need to brace for another round of severe weather.
At least nine businesses in three different Orange County cities get broken into -- all in less than three hours.
"We never got a chance to offer input, let alone say if it was okay," said the president of the Woodland Hills Homeowner Association, John Walker.
A day after FOX 11 shared the story of Los Angeles' East Valley animal shelter – where more families gave up their pets due to financial fallouts from the current state of the economy – viewers began stepping in to help.
More and more pets are being surrendered to animal shelters because people can’t afford to keep them, especially the vet bills, which have gone up, just like everything else.
Around 200,000 passengers per day are expected to travel through Los Angeles International Airport for the winter holiday travel period now through Jan. 3, 2023, according to airport officials.