Mario Ramirez is a reporter and fill-in anchor for Good Day LA from 4:30-10 a.m. He previously worked for WCPO in Cincinnati, Ohio as a morning reporter. He's covered a wide range of topics from the 2012 Presidential election to the Southern California wildfires. Mario began his on-air career in 2010 when he was hired as an evening anchor at WGXA. Almost three years later he made the move to Cincinnati and quickly began filling in on the anchor desk, in the traffic department, and in the breaking news center. Ramirez was the only local reporter to break the news on the discovery of three Cleveland girls that had been missing for a decade while working in the Midwest. Mario started his journey with the FOX family while studying Broadcast Journalism at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He interned at KVVU-TV where he grew up watching the local FOX affiliate. He was born in Brooklyn and moved west with his family as a young boy.
A man has been arrested on a murder charge after one person was killed and two others were injured early Thursday morning in street takeovers in Costa Mesa and Anaheim, police said.
Burbank officials have ordered the public to wear face coverings in certain areas of the city starting Oct.16, and those who violate the order may be issued citations and accompanying fines.
Relaxed parking enforcement measures in the city of Los Angeles brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic are scheduled to end on Thursday.
The Beverly Hills City Council approved an emergency ordinance banning house-to-house trick or treating on Halloween due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cleanup efforts were underway after a massive blaze sparked at a marijuana grow operation in Boyle Heights, officials said Wednesday morning.
A portion of Ventura Boulevard was shut down in Sherman Oaks due to a water main break on Wednesday morning.
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors Tuesday will revisit a proposed accelerated public health de-regulation plan to allow all Riverside County economic sectors to reopen by the end of this month, bypassing the state's tiered system to mitigate coronavirus impacts, which Executive Office staff said could come at a cost of $100 million in money otherwise due to the county.
Several school districts in Orange County are welcoming students back to campuses this week.
The Los Angeles Police Department was called to a house party early Tuesday to a Woodland Hills neighborhood where hundreds of people gathered, defying local health orders.
As communities and businesses explore ways to protect against community spread of COVID-19, thermal imaging technology is in high demand.