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.
Inglewood businesses are bracing for the "Beyoncé bump" as the Queen Bey comes to town for a three-night run at SoFi Stadium.
The National Disaster Search Dog Foundation in Santa Paula helps train dogs for search and rescue missions.
Nanci, a former shelter dog rescued by the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation, is now working with first responders in search and rescue missions.
Newlyweds in LA County are accused of not paying for their elaborate wedding.
An alleged domestic violence call took a violent turn on a Fontana golf course after police shot and killed an armed man who was later identified as Alejandro Diaz, a deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
The two Cal Fire firefighters were killed in Riverside County over the weekend.
Roy Wiegand was on the last leg of a 2,500-mile cycling journey raising money for clean running water for Navajo Nation when he was hit from behind by a pickup truck near Salinas.
Lincoln Memorial Park cemetery closed without notice, leaving Carson locals and family members seeking answers for their loved ones buried on the grounds.
A protest took place in front of three luxury hotels in Beverly Hills Wednesday. The demand for better pay comes a week after the hotels offered an immediate $2 per hour raise.
All striking workers need to do is show their SAG-AFTRA or WGA card to receive a big grocery cart of food for free.