Susan Hirasuna is a proud hometown girl. She was born in Encino, raised in Simi Valley and graduated from the University of Southern California. For more than two decades, she anchored the weekend news and reported for Fox 11. Susan’s work has been recognized by the Los Angeles Emmy awards, the Golden Mikes and New England Emmy awards. In 2012, she traveled to Japan on a fellowship to report on recovery and rebuilding efforts, a year after the great quake and tsunami. As an anchor, she’s handled extended coverage of the Route 91 shooting in Las Vegas, the death of Princess Diana and too many wildfires and police pursuits to count. Susan is a longtime member of the Asian American Journalists Association and served on the LA board for years. Currently, she is still active with the chapter as an advisory board member.
If you enjoy the scene in Downtown L.A. be prepared for some detours around Little Tokyo for the next few months.
Four people are dead after an early morning fire erupted at an apartment complex in Hemet.
By now, you may have seen the videos of strange voices coming out of Ring devices. In one, a little girl is clearly scared, by a voice claiming to be Santa Claus, in another incident, a male voice asks a boy his name.
For more than a year believers have flocked to a sidewalk outside a catholic church in Artesia. They're looking down at the ground-- for a sign from the heavens.
A Denny’s restaurant in Santa Ana found itself the unwitting host of a hardcore punk show.
If you grew up in Los Angeles, chances are somewhere, some time, you’ve heard the voice of Lisa May.
You don’t often hear the words, "beloved" and "homeless" said together. But that’s how locals and business owners in the Lakewood Village neighborhood of Long Beach describe 73-year-old Jerry Pryor.
A local family watching Good Day LA’s pet segment got the surprise of their life when they realized the featured dog up for adoption is actually their dog that went missing years ago.
Two men are in custody in connection with a string of home invasion robberies in the Inland Empire. Detectives with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office are currently searching for two other suspects.
We now know who shot the cellphone video of the woman at CVS who let out a minute long racist rant.