Phil Shuman has been reporting in Southern California for nearly 40 years and has worked for KTTV FOX 11 since 2002. He is currently a news reporter for FOX 11's evening newscasts. He has also worked in the investigative unit, for Good Day LA, and as a sportscaster. Before joining FOX, Shuman traveled the world as an LA-based news correspondent for the nationally syndicated magazine show EXTRA. Prior to that, he was with KNBC in Los Angeles. In his long career, Shuman has covered some of the biggest stories in Southern California and the country, such as the O.J. Simpson case, Michael Jackson’s death, the Rodney King beating, the LA riots and so much more. He graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Economics from Williams College in Massachusetts. His first job was as a reporter, anchor, and sportscaster at KFDX in Wichita Falls, Texas, an NBC affiliate, before moving on to KWTV.
The battle continues between the City of Burbank and a local restaurant who defied lockdown orders.
Some members of the community blame President Trump for facilitating hatred and division.
Police called the graffiti an "aberration." However, not everyone agrees with the hateful messages being an aberration.
A woman is sharing her story after she says she was attacked by a group of pro-Trump protesters near LA City Hall Wednesday.
Non-frontline workers are accused of jumping the vaccine lines at one of the Los Angeles sites.
Weeks after FOX 11 looked into reports of a mystery person in a jetpack, the "Jetpack Guy" may have made a possible return.
On Thursday afternoon, the back patio of a popular old-time, saloon-style bar and restaurant called Tinhorn Flats in Burbank was filled with people eating burgers, drinking beer, laughing and having a good time in protest of tightened COVID-19 restrictions.
Business owners question why people can go to a crowded supermarket but a dine-in option at restaurants are not OK.
The homeless crisis in Los Angeles continues to grow.
It may not seem like much, but it's one big step towards a return to some degree of COVID-19 normalcy.