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.
The Castle Park amusement park in Riverside reopened at 25% capacity after the county's move to the less-restrictive orange tier.
Health officials in the state of California are tracking at least six COVID-19 variants, according to Governor Gavin Newsom.
Long Beach city leaders have voted to approve plans to provide migrant children with a temporary emergency shelter.
The Ontario Police Department has made an arrest and continues to search for a second suspect involved in a hate crime that happened at the Ontario Mills mall in San Bernardino County over the weekend.
The co-owner of the Tinhorn Flats restaurant in Burbank was arrested Thursday night after spending much of the day (and the last couple of months) sticking it to the city of Burbank.
A rally in downtown Los Angeles Monday called for the closure of the Men's Central Jail downtown and for full funding for 'Measure J.'
A unity rally was held in Long Beach Wednesday following a fire that destroyed the Pride Lifeguard Tower.
A local physician, Daniel Turner-Lloveras, created the Latino Coalition Against Covid-19 to combat the impact of COVID-19 on the Latino community in California and across the nation.
Health officials in LA County are warning of a potential rise in COVID-19 cases if the public becomes lackadaisical with the safety precautions.
New California state guidelines will not allow sideline cheer, band, drumline or other "supporting groups" to attend sporting events.