Gina Silva is currently a special projects reporter for Fox 11 News. She earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Telecommunications at Arizona State University. While in college, Silva began working for Univision in Phoenix where she soon went on to host her own show, "Realidad en Educación,” a show which focused on successful Latinos in Arizona. Upon graduating, she moved to Tucson to work for the CBS affiliate. Within two years, she quickly made her leap back to Phoenix, working for the ABC affiliate. She earned numerous awards including Emmy's for her investigative work. Silva began working at KTTV since 2001. She’s earned numerous Emmy’s and Golden Mikes for her reporting.
A San Bernardino grandmother faces eviction after allegedly being swindled out of her own home, not by some professional con artist but by her very own nephew.
More Americans than ever before are extremely unhappy with their jobs. They dread going to work on a daily basis.
An L.A. County EMT says he was just doing his job of preventing a patient from hurting herself when the LAPD accused him of assault and took him to jail.
More Angelenos are living in their cars than ever before and experts say in the next five to 10 years, we’re going to see an explosion of Americans living full time in their vehicles.
Positive changes are underway in Compton after residents have opted to unite in order to clean up the neighborhood and make it a place they can be proud of.
In the City of Los Angeles, there are more than 5,000 traffic control boxes that are dull and grey. But in the last few years, local artists have transformed those eyesores into beautiful works of art.
Investigators believe there is an arsonist on the loose in Long Beach. Three fires were set Tuesday night within minutes of each other.
It's no secret that parking in Los Angeles can be a nightmare and recent data found the neighborhoods in which drivers are most likely to get issued a parking ticket.
A millionaire real estate investor who jumped bail while awaiting trial for allegedly killing his wife at their Newport Beach home nearly seven years ago has been apprehended and turned over to U.S.authorities, the U.S. Marshals Service announced Monday.
Law enforcement agencies across Los Angeles are increasing patrols and federal authorities are sharing ways to prepare for a mass shooting amid two mass shootings that killed at least 31 people over the weekend.