Stu Mundel joined the FOX 11 team in June 2020 as an aerial reporter providing live traffic and breaking news updates from SkyFOX. You can catch him weekday mornings on Good Day LA and FOX 11 News at Noon, bringing viewers vital information on brush fires, pursuits, dramatic rescues, and many other breaking news events.
Outside of the newscasts, you can connect with him directly on FOX 11's Facebook page as he regularly engages with our digital audiences, reading comments and responding live while he's covering events from the sky.
Mundel has been an iconic voice in the Los Angeles market, reporting from the helicopter over the last eight years for KCBS/KCAL before arriving at KTTV. Mundel is also known for his dramatic "Stu-isms" during breaking news events, such as "Boom!" and "Whoa!"
Nine firefighters were critically injured while responding to a reported natural gas explosion involving a big rig in Wilmington.
Tesla has broken ground on the site of its planned futuristic diner with a drive-in theater and Supercharger station in Hollywood. It will be the first-of-its-kind entertainment center in the U.S.
A pursuit suspect accused of attempting to ram into a police unit surrendered to authorities in Santa Monica on Thursday afternoon.
A massive commercial building fire erupted in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday morning.
A suspect accused of carjacking three vehicles during a high-speed chase through LA and Ventura counties was taken into custody after the CHP conducted a PIT maneuver.
A suspect was taken into custody following a pursuit through Los Angeles County Tuesday morning.
The suspect surrendered in Buena Park after leading authorities through San Bernardino, Los Angeles, and Orange counties.
Two suspects were in custody after the high-speed pursuit of a stolen vehicle ended abruptly in the Wilmington area on Monday afternoon.
A suspected DUI driver led authorities on a high-speed pursuit from South LA to the South Bay on Monday morning.
An investigation is underway in the Hawthorne area after a shooting victim died shortly after he drove himself to the hospital, officials said.