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.
The number of unemployment claims is one sign of the impending housing crisis. Experts warn it's just a matter of time before residents find themselves either deep in debt or worse, facing evictions.
Times are tough and money is tight for so many. Now, imagine waiting for unemployment benefits, only to realize, the EDD card was stolen and your money is gone.
Anthony Davis was in a Zoom meeting with faculty members of UC San Diego’s music department when he got a call.
Two restaurants in the Inland Empire defied Governor Newsom’s order and reopened for dine-in service.
If you’ve been on the roads at all you know that overall traffic is down and that’s giving drivers more opportunity to speed.
Los Angeles County from Rancho Palos Verdes to Malibu reopened its beaches Wednesday in the latest cautious easing of coronavirus restrictions that have closed most California public spaces and businesses for nearly two months.
It’s too darn hot. In some parts of the San Fernando Valley, it was way over 90 degrees. But where to go when the beach is closed and so are the community pools, indoor malls and movie theaters.
A well-known bakery in Highland Park is hurting just like so many other small businesses.
What would school look like if classes could resume in late July or August? Gov. Newsom announced, Tuesday, schools could reopen but there were few details on how.
Five weeks into the stay at home orders, there’s been a dramatic drop in the reporting of crimes against children, seniors and individuals in abusive relationships, according to LA County’s District Attorney Jackie Lacey.