Leah Uko has worked in newsrooms across the U.S. She moved to Chatsworth when she was 12-years-old, but it was during her childhood growing up in Palmdale when she developed a passion for television news. Before moving back to L.A Leah anchored and produced the 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. news at WLTZ First News in Columbus, Georgia. Prior to WLTZ, Uko was a general assignment reporter with KARK 4 News/FOX 16 News in Little Rock, Arkansas and FOX 42 news in Omaha, Nebraska. Uko received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on Journalism and Communications from the University of California, Riverside. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Society of Professional Journalists and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated.
Three goats were possibly mauled to death by mountain lions in two separate attacks.
Feeding homeless people on public property may become illegal in Lancaster following a decision by the city council to revisit the matter in the coming months following an hours-long meeting Tuesday.
Porch pirates come out of the woodwork this time of year. But one man in Buena Park came up with a plan to fight back.
Two big-name football players and the Los Angeles community rallied and made a remarkable difference for a youth football team from Compton, who were first profiled on Just One Station on Sunday.
A football team in Compton is on its way to making history but they need your help. The team that serves kids ages six and younger is undefeated in their division here in California. This scored them an invite to play in Florida.
A scare at a Texas airport for a tribute singer for the late Tejano artist, Selena. Singer Karol Posadas says she was arrested and detained for days by immigration agents.
A terrifying ordeal for a family in Rancho Cucamonga as they were held at gunpoint by three robbers during a home invasion.
A business owner and manager are calling on the city of Los Angeles to address a homeless and trash pile-up problem they said exploded over the last year.
The family of a mother charged for the death of her 7-month-old son is asking prosecutors to revisit her case in hopes they would find the mother did not intentionally hurt her child.
A battle between Los Angeles County and the owner of an RV park in Canyon Country has nearly 100 families on edge. Some are on the verge of becoming homeless.