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.
It was a winter wonderland as thousands flocked to Wrightwood to enjoy the first snowfall of 2021.
Despite the potential mudslide dangers, many Orange County residents say the rain is a welcome sight.
Teachers in Huntington Beach are being ordered to return to class next month.
Organizers say they've collected more than 800,000 signatures in their petition. They have until March 2021 to turn in the signatures.
Los Angeles Unified School Superintendent Austin Beutner announced Monday the suspension of all in-person school instruction and childcare through the rest of the fall semester as cases of COVID-19 continue to spiral upward in Los Angeles County.
Here in Santa Clarita, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone that isn't impacted by the Santa Ana winds.
A 24-year-old woman was shot and killed along with her unborn baby while sitting in a parked vehicle in the Wilmington neighborhood, authorities said Monday.
Any other year, Halloween would be synonymous with spooky festivities and house parties. But as we remain in the middle of a global pandemic, few masks and no social distancing raise a couple of health red flags.
Fans began lining up outside Dick’s Sporting Goods in Pasadena during the 7th inning before the Dodgers won the World Series title.
The city of Compton is launching a unique pilot program that would be the first of its kind here in Southern California.