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 Santa Paula mother was arrested and is expected in court on Wednesday after investigators said she tied a plastic bag over her three-year-old son’s head and set their home on fire.
Hollywood Boulevard was home to the 88th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade on Sunday.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…to pick out a Christmas tree, because Christmas tree lot owners say there is a shortage and the trees are going quick!
Many people skipped the turkey and pumpkin pie and spent Thanksgiving shopping to take advantage of early Black Friday door-buster deals.
Four people were hospitalized after getting sick aboard a cruise ship docked at the Port of L.A.
One of the Saugus High School shooting victims was laid to rest. Friends and family said goodbye to Gracie Muehlberger, who was shot and killed by a classmate on November 14th.
A Culver City woman is begging for the public’s help in finding the person responsible for killing her uncle in a hit-and-run.
Several Democratic presidential hopefuls were in Long Beach Saturday to take part in a forum as part of the state DemocraticParty's Fall Endorsing Convention.
As of Wednesday night, Leffingwell Ranch Park is now closed overnight from 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. following a rash of homeless crimes.
Riverside Sheriff’s deputies guarded the entrance to the Villa Calimesa Mobile Home Park Monday and as a precaution, only allowed in four vehicles at a time. A constant line of residents in their cars waited to see their new reality for the first time.