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.
Six people were stabbed, four of them fatally, at multiple locations in Garden Grove and Santa Ana Wednesday, and the 33-year-old man suspected of committing the attacks was taken into custody.
Police were looking for the person who gunned down a man in a Glendale neighborhood on Monday night.
Authorities searched Friday morning for the driver of a big rig who slammed into a car and tree on a street in Duarte, then fled the scene.
A video has surfaced that appears to show the Monrovia kidnapping suspect rap about killing and burying his girlfriend.
A search was underway this morning for a 31-year-old woman possibly kidnapped in the course of a domestic violence assault in Monrovia.