Originally from the south, Hailey Winslow moved to LA from Australia for post-production of "Outback & Under," a 12-episode adventure travel show she hosted and produced. The series follows Hailey and her Golden doodle, Sadie, on the adventure of a lifetime Down Under, wrangling and rescuing crocodiles, and scuba diving cage-less with sharks and venomous snakes and jumping into every extreme sport from the Great Barrier Reef to the Outback. Hailey spent eight years as an award-winning reporter in North Carolina and Florida. She single-handedly shot, wrote, edited, produced and reported two documentaries. Winslow got hooked on reporting in middle school, when her older sister, Megan, started a news program and assigned her to "Georgia Journeys." Winslow received her Broadcast Journalism degree and Spanish minor from the University of Central Florida.
The community stepped in to help Dreamer, the 80-year-old homeless veteran who gives free haircuts, after someone destroyed his pop-up barbershop.
From a woman throwing human feces at another woman, to fires in protected wetlands, community advocates say they've been trying to clean up the area for years.
More than 500 RVs line six square miles of mostly unincorporated LA County and LA City's Harbor Gateway.
Community advocates blame the fires on arson and said they're losing faith that the situation will get better soon.
More than 100 people are running a 130-mile relay, including our own FOX 11’s Hailey Winslow.
In LA County, more than 500 homeless RVs line the streets for miles, creating a scene that looks more like a third-world country than the United States.
After searching for her mom through her phone's GPS, Julisa Mercado Reyna said she knew her mom was injured in a crash after seeing her mom's car in a notification on the Citizen app.
One day after being rescued this Great Dane gave birth to six little puppies.
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