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.
FOX 11 asked neurologists to see if women should be worried about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
A family member says the children's parents were at the center of a tense custody battle. The dad had reportedly reached out to DCFS and police for help, the family member said.
It’s a miracle they are alive. Two horses were caught on ground zero of the massive fireworks explosion in Ontario that killed two people.
The Cal State LA mass vaccination site had quite a mess on its hands. Too many people showed up for their COVID-19 vaccine.
A suspected DUI driver who hit five pedestrians, including two FOX 11 crew members, last month in Hollywood will appear in court Tuesday.
After being closed for a year, Amoeba Music has finally reopened its doors… this time at a new location in Hollywood.
The COVID-19 vaccine will soon be available for all Californians, but many continue to fall through the cracks and aren’t getting vaccinated. In Glendale, nurses and fire personnel are working to get the vaccine to homebound seniors.
Friends and neighbors left flowers at the spot where a 66-year-old woman and her dog were both stabbed to death.
Residents in Echo Park have been dealing with the homeless situation for some time now.
Saturday saw several large rallies all over Southern California, with hundreds of people rallying to bring attention to the increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.