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.
A baby delivered by emergency C-section and critically injured after her mom was killed by a suspected drunk driver is making a miraculous recovery. Now a photoshoot of the baby girl that her mother always wanted is going viral.
We’re in the peak of fire season and with so many fires burning in the state, resources are stretched thin. Two local veteran firefighters have created a system that can help homeowners protect their properties and families in an emergency.
The Martindale Fire in Bouquet Canyon had burned 230 acres and was 40% contained Tuesday afternoon. Investigators are still looking into how the fire started on Monday.
A man is in custody after leading officers on a wild pursuit through the streets of Los Angeles.
She’s become a bit of a mascot for one of the largest fires in LA County history, to give firefighters some much needed relief.
The Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff's President Ronald Hernandez was at Saint Francis Medical Center in Lynwood Monday to show his support for the two new deputies recovering after Saturday’s ambush in their patrol vehicle.
A scary situation in South Pasadena after a woman is woken up in the middle of the night by a man claiming to be a Southern California Edison employee.
If you don’t have Labor Day weekend plans yet, how about hanging with a sea lion, petting a shark or letting a little penguin waddle around you?
It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s a…jetpack?!
One year ago on Wednesday was California’s deadliest maritime disaster in modern-day history. Amid the virus era, the community is honoring the 34 victims who died aboard a scuba dive boat off the Santa Barbara coast in a virtual commemoration.