Koco McAboy is an Emmy-award winning journalist who knew she wanted to pursue a career in broadcasting since she was five years old. Koco joined the Fox 11 team in March 2020. Koco previously worked in Grand Rapids and Detroit where she reported on crime, wrongful convictions, and used her ability to speak Spanish to tell stories about undocumented immigrants, refugees, and people seeking asylum. She is passionate about people and is looking forward to sharing important stories of triumph and fortitude in the Los Angeles area. Koco attended Central Michigan University, and her work has been recognized by the National Association of Television Arts & Sciences, and the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
A group of ministers, elected officials, and police officers from the Greater San Fernando Valley held a press conference Friday to condemn the death of George Floyd.
A mother of a 25-year-old man who was shot and killed by a Gardena police officer during an encounter in April of 2018 participated in the Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday.
USC Law Professor Jody Armour spoke about the deeper meaning behind the 'Black Lives Matter' protest on the 101 Freeway in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles County Office of Education released new guidelines for reopening schools safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Eleven Los Angeles County Superintendents sent a letter to the governor, LA County Public Health Director, and LA County superintendent, asking for changes to the proposed guidelines issued for reopening schools.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday released requirements that would allow California churches to reopen.
After Governor Newsom approved Orange County's request to reopen businesses, dozens of people flocked to Huntington Beach to patronize businesses and restaurants.
The $125 million fund for undocumented immigrants in the state is up and running, but some are struggling to obtain the funds as organizations work to answer tens of thousands of calls daily.
A family is filing a wrongful death lawsuit against a Glendale nursing home facility after their loved one passed from COVID-19.
An order issued by a federal judge to move thousands of homeless people away from freeways is set to take effect Friday.