Stephanie Stanton joined Fox 11 News as a reporter and anchor in 2014. Since moving to Los Angeles, Stanton has covered almost every major news story impacting the West Coast including; the Borderline and San Bernardino mass shootings, wildfires, mudslides and Michael Jackson’s trial and death. In addition, she has covered the Beijing Olympics and multiple Hollywood award shows including. Stanton has a passion for business and entertainment news and stories that inspire viewers. That passion led her to create CareerChick.com, a website that empowers women to pursue their dreams. In addition to numerous network television appearances, she has a strong business news background and served as Host/Expert for the digital finance series “Two Minute Money” on MSN. She also previously worked as a Correspondent for CNBC and Bloomberg TV. Originally from Chicago, Stanton graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia College. Prior to moving to Los Angeles, her career has taken her to Tulsa, OK, Orlando and Phoenix.
The city of Compton is launching a unique pilot program that would be the first of its kind here in Southern California.
A passionate plea from Orange County leaders and advocates of youth sports. They came together at Tustin Sports Park to plead their case to Governor Newsom to allow kids to get back in the game:
President Donald Trump arrived in Orange County to attend a private fundraiser Sunday afternoon at tech mogul Palmer Luckey's Newport Beach estate.
Thousands of women nationwide participated in a series of pre-election demonstrations on Saturday.
More than 12 hours after they were brutally murdered the bodies of nine-year-old twins were wheeled away from their home in Placentia on Wednesday.
Los Angeles County card rooms opened for outdoor-only business Monday, the latest economic sector permitted to reopen under gradually loosening coronavirus restrictions.
The Nolans were a typical American family of six until an unthinkable tragedy forever changed their lives. Popular Costa Mesa High School football coach Jimmy Nolan’s wife and children got into a fiery car crash that killed their youngest daughter and left the others fighting to survive.
Protests continued on Saturday in South LA over the fatal deputy shooting of Dijon Kizzee.
Northridge resident Donna, who didn’t want her last name used for fear of retaliation, isn’t shy about her political beliefs.
Chadwick Boseman played an invincible superhero on screen... but off screen he was privately fighting for his own life. The 43-year-old Black Panther actor died Friday at his home in Los Angeles after a four-year battle with colon cancer. Fans were shocked and devastated by the news.