Marla Tellez began working at FOX 11 in January of 2014. She anchors the noon newscast and provides reports for the 5 p.m. show.
Before working at KTTV, Tellez anchored the midday newscast for the NBC affiliate in San Francisco. Her broadcast career began behind-the-scenes first, as a news writer and then, a news producer in the Bay Area, where she was raised. Her on-air career launched when she landed a reporting gig for the CBS affiliate in Salinas. From there, she transferred to the CBS station in San Francisco as a correspondent and producer for the nightly show, Evening Magazine. In 2008, Tellez left California for an anchor opportunity in Albuquerque, New Mexico. That's where she got the chance to appear in the hit AMC show, "Breaking Bad."
Over the years, Tellez has interviewed numerous high-ranking politicians, celebrities and covered the highly publicized Scott Peterson Trial. She’s also picked up two Emmy Awards along the way. Tellez has a political science degree from Sonoma State University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
Segment one – Long haulers
From his hospital bed, Hal Eisner gave an update on his condition. And in classic Hal Eisner fashion, even bandaged and hospitalized, he doesn’t want to talk about his injuries. He wants the spotlight to be on his Hollywood heroes.
FOX 11 unintentionally stumbled upon this superstar first-grader from Inglewood after LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner finished his weekly address.
The toll the pandemic is taking on our youth is playing out in households across the globe. A new UCLA study shows almost 50% of kids are struggling with mental health issues.
Laura Walker, 35, of Temecula, always knew her kidneys were compromised, but it wasn’t until the end of 2019 that this mother of two and wife of a Marine ended up in the hospital, diagnosed with kidney disease.
She has a knack for turning an ordinary street corner into a sidewalk symphony.
Why are people leaving California?
While COVID-19 cases are rising, flu cases are not.
More than 85,000 people in California are currently living with Parkinson's disease, the nervous system disorder that affects movement.
Up until October, this now-family of four had done everything right to avoid getting COVID-19.