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.
At Liberty Hill in San Pedro people honored the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a candlelight vigil on Monday night.
Several Los Angeles County and city officials have called on Sheriff Alex Villanueva to resign, including members of the County Board of Supervisors and members of a civilian commission that oversees the sheriff's department.
The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect who fired onto two LA County sheriff’s deputies is now up to $300,000 after several anonymous donors came forward.
An LA County Sheriff’s whistleblower claims the deputy who shot 18-year-old Andres Guardado was trying to get into the alleged law enforcement gang known as 'The Executioners.'
Santa Clarita Mayor Cameron Smyth spent Tuesday afternoon reassuring business owners in the beauty industry that the worst is almost over.
The search continues for a LA City firefighter who went missing while visiting Rosarito, Mexico.
“I shouldn’t have to look at this every day and worry about the next person falling,” says Compton Resident Tamika Ellis.
Uber and Lyft are threatening to pull out of California by the end of the week if they are forced to classify their drivers as employees instead of independent contractors.
The West Hollywood City Council is considering a ban on smoking and vaping inside new or newly leased apartments, and cannabis advocates are not happy about it.
Since the LA County coroner's office and the county health department are closed to the public during the pandemic, one woman spent nearly five months trying to get her brother's remains. That's when FOX 11 stepped in to help with the assist.