Gigi Graciette was raised in the heart of Hollywood and got her first taste of journalism when "La Opinion", Los Angeles' daily Spanish-language newspaper, published her first editorial at the age of 13. Her TV career would begin later at the Telemundo Network in Los Angeles, where she was a feature and entertainment reporter for two national shows. She then moved over to the competition, Univision, where she became the Los Angeles Bureau Chief and On-Air Reporter for Sábado Gigante. Just a few years later Graciette went back to Telemundo where she was the Co-creator, Executive Producer and On-camera Host of her own daily talk show "El y Ella". Fulfilling a personal dream, she then went to work for Televisa in Mexico City, the largest producer of Spanish language programming in the world. Graciette can now be seen every morning on the FOX 11 News and Good Day LA. She can also be heard as the host of "Ella Es…Gigi Graciette", a nationally syndicated three-hour radio show. She has been honored by the LA Press Club for the Best Use of Social Media for two consecutive years and also named as one of the top three journalists in Los Angeles in 2017. She is also a Golden Mike and Emmy winner.
Police were called to break up a house party that drew in an estimated 200 people in Studio City over the weekend. Neighbors say they are fed up and have repeatedly asked the owner to stop renting out his home that allegedly has a built-in nightclub.
The pre-pandemic level of traffic is back and it’s the kind of traffic Los Angeles is infamous for.
An investigation was underway Friday after a crime spree led to two deputy-involved shootings in the City of Industry and Hacienda Heights, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Two Los Angeles-area hospitals are getting medical support from the U.S. Air Force amid a recent uptick in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
Rite Aid is expanding its COVID-19 testing capacity with nearly 100 sites opening today across California, including more than a dozen locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties.
The mountain lion that was captured in a Monrovia neighborhood late last month has died, Fish and Wildlife officials announced Monday morning.
Health officials are concerned there is a new surge in Los Angeles County after 2,364 new COVID-19 cases and 34 virus-related deaths were reported Tuesday.
A teen with special needs had his heart broken last month when thieves made off with his custom tricycle in Sherman Oaks. On Thursday morning, that boy got a big surprise thanks to the Los Angeles Police Department and the Helpful Honda team.
The Los Angeles Police Department was investigating after a double shooting left one man dead and another man wounded in downtown Los Angeles Thursday night.
The Los Angeles City Council will consider using $100 million in federal funding to support the COVID-19 Emergency Renters Relief Program.