Matt Johnson is an Emmy award-winning journalist. He started his journalism career as an intern at Rolling Stone Magazine in New York City. After graduating from California State University Fullerton with a degree in journalism, he moved to New Mexico and worked as a multi-media journalist for the CBS station in Albuquerque. Johnson worked as a reporter in Palm Springs, Reno, Las Vegas, Portland and San Diego. Currently he works as reporter and fill-in anchor with FOX 11 and Good Day LA in his hometown of Los Angeles. He has interviewed many dignitaries and celebrities including President Barack Obama, Dalai Lama, Governor Gavin Newsom, Ellen DeGeneres, O.J. Simpson, B.B. King, Celine Dion, Sir Elton John and so much more.
Former Marine Justin Hairston found himself homeless after serving two combat tours. Now he is on a mission to help homeless veterans.
It has been two years since the 'One October' Las Vegas mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival where 58 people were killed and nearly 400 injured.
Residents at an RV park in Santa Clarita are being told to pack up and move out.
Hundreds of people came together to honor and remember the life of Diego – a life lost too short.
On Monday Long Beach city leaders and family members of the late Latin singer Jenni Rivera held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new children's playground.
A congregation is cleaning up after police say a person set fire to their church.
Police continue to search for the suspect who gunned down a middle school teacher just blocks away from her house.
It was the summer of 1969 and the era of flower power was about to be shattered in Los Angeles by a man whose name would become synonymous with evil, Charles Manson.
A suspected drunk driver is in custody after a deadly crash in Lancaster killed a mother. Three of her children were also injured in the crash.