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 Los Angeles business owner has had it with the homeless crisis in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood. She says the unhoused people are ruining her livelihood and killing her business.
The Saugus High School football team traditionally runs onto the field with the "Thin Blue Line" flag. Now athletes say the school's told them they can't carry the flag.
Business owners in Sherman Oaks say they're fed up with harassment from local homeless people. LA mayoral candidates Rick Caruso and Karen Bass say they have plans to help fix the issue.
Two days after FOX 11 News shed light on the homeless crisis in Sherman Oaks, LAPD officers arrested the man who was caught on video throwing a bag of his own feces onto a business owner’s SUV.
People in Sherman Oaks say they're fed up after a man experiencing homelessness was caught on video throwing his own feces at a local business owner's car.
Friends and family are demanding justice for Jamarae Keyes, a 38-year-old dad of five who was hit and killed by a police chase suspect. Now, the community is demanding transparency from LAPD after the department initially said there was no police chase, yet the police report saying ther was in fact a pursuit.
A #BlackDocsBelong rally will be held outside the Kaiser Permanente Medical School in Pasadena. It's to show support for Black doctors and one doctor who is taking Kaiser Permanente to court.
The homeless man has been caught on video multiple times damaging water pipes, cutting electrical and internet wires, and even defecating near homes.
“Guy that was probably negligently killed but we kind of made it look like other people did it,” the attorney is heard saying in a video posted to social media. His bragging led the judge to throw out the verdict.
It was just one week ago when a horrific crash took the lives of five people and an unborn child. Families and friends gathered in Windsor Hills to honor the crash victims.