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.
Traffic flows smoothly along Interstate 5 near the Grapevine with sunny skies, chilly temperatures and wind.
‘Twas four days before Christmas and all through the mall, many creatures were stirring with sales for all.
Fire tore through the roof of a business in a strip mall in Woodland Hills Friday morning, causing a portion of its roof to collapse and heavily damaging three other businesses.
“The entire family was just wiped out... It’s just tough to swallow,” said CSULB Professor James Schrage He’s having a difficult time dealing with the loss of his former student.
A local couple says their newly renovated home in Altadena was trashed after it was turned into an Airbnb party house. This as the company recently decided to ban party house rentals.
Parents who live near Canoga Park have reported two separate incidents involving a man who they say was acting indecent in public near a school, possibly putting children at risk.
A small group of taxi drivers held a news conference Friday outside City Hall to ask the Los Angeles City Council to intervene on their decision to block drivers from picking up LAX passengers as usual.
One year ago the Woolsey Fire ripped through Southern California destroying hundreds of homes.
A middle school student was taken into custody on Friday after school police discovered she brought a gun and ammunition to school.
School officials confirmed that a fight took place Wednesday at Sunnymead Middle School and that no one was seriously hurt.