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 family suspects the man who broke into their house was homeless.
TV giants are moving production to places like New Mexico due to tax incentives.
"We [vendors] do not harm anyone. We just make a living differently. We work for our families and we live day by day," he said.
A man who says he exercised regularly before testing positive for the virus describes his battle with COVID-19.
In the "pandemic of the unvaccinated," doctors are urging those not yet vaccinated to consider taking the COVID-19 shots.
The indoor mask mandate for Los Angeles County goes into effect at 11:59 p.m. Saturday.
The news of LA County reinstating its mask mandate indoors -- regardless of vaccination status -- is sparking mixed reactions.
The South Central Neighborhood Council held a community forum Monday to ask members of the Los Angeles Police Department about their decision to detonate thousands of illegal fireworks in their neighborhood, and to demand accountability from the LAPD.
AB 1506 requires the AG's office to independently investigate all deadly police shootings of unarmed citizens to determine if charges should be filed against the officers.
A family who can no longer live at their South Los Angeles home describes the nightmare that comes with being displaced after a horrific incident.