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 decision from the Grand Jury in the Breonna Taylor case on Wednesday sparked anger and concern from Black leaders and community members.
A high school senior started a petition to rename an elementary school in Hawthorne after the Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
People from all over the country and the state of California are reacting to the news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing.
A local doctor recommends people stay indoors as much as possible following poor air quality concerns in several counties.
A mother is pleading for answers after her son was shot and killed while leaving a funeral in South LA on September 11.
The Newhall School District is putting distance learning on hold after a ransomware attack.
The Bobcat Fire continues to rage, bringing poor air quality and evacuations for dozens of residents.
The Pasadena woman widely credited for popularizing gender reveal parties wants people to stop after learning the El Dorado fire in Yucaipa was sparked by a smoke-generating pyrotechnic device used at a gender reveal party.
A viral video shows a woman hurling racist and homophobic slurs at Starbucks baristas in El Segundo. The video has been picked up popular websites like TMZ.
UCLA researchers have found that there was a significant increase in patients with coughs and acute respiratory failure at UCLA Health hospitals and clinics beginning in late December, suggesting that COVID-19 may have been in the area months before the first definitive cases in the U.S. were identified.