Mario Ramirez, FOX 11 Los Angeles

Mario Ramirez

FOX 11 Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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  • FOX 10 Phoenix
  • FOX 7 Austin
  • FOX26Houston
  • FOX 5 Atlanta

Recent articles by Mario:

Threatening social media message raises concerns at Etiwanda High School

Officials are investigating a threat made against Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga. → Read More

4 people wounded in Playa del Rey shooting: LAPD

An investigation was underway after four people were shot in Playa del Rey Wednesday morning, police said. → Read More

LA city officials consider making outdoor dining program permanent

The future of outdoor dining could change in the City of Los Angeles. The L.A. City Council will consider extending its Al Fresco dining program. → Read More

Plans continue to open more pop-up vaccine sites in LA's high-need areas despite halt of J&J vaccine

As the U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigates reports of rare but potentially dangerous blood clots connected to the Johnson&Johnson vaccine, the local effort to continue prioritizing low-income and minority neighborhoods is not facing any major disruptions. → Read More

South Park Rec Center in South LA opens as pop-up vaccination site for high-risk residents

In an effort to provide vaccine access to more minority groups during the Pandemic, Los Angeles City Councilman Curren Price has organized a mobile clinic in one of the highest risk communities. → Read More

LA County expands free testing in COVID-19 hot spot

The Los Angeles County Department of Public is teaming up with Vallarta Supermarkets, one of the largest Latino-serving grocers in California, to expand free COVID-19 testing in Pacoima. The San Fernando Valley neighborhood is considered one of the hardest hit communities by the virus. → Read More

OC nurses voice staffing concerns during coronavirus surge

Many hospitals across Southern California are experiencing an uptick in admissions as more intensive care unit beds are being used. In Orange County, health officials reported a record number of new coronavirus cases Monday with a jump in hospitalizations, causing some concern among frontline healthcare workers. → Read More

Shopping, dining expanded at Disney's California Adventure Park

Just in time for the holidays, part of Disney’s California Adventure reopened Thursday for shopping and dining. → Read More

Water main break shuts down portion of Ventura Boulevard

A portion of Ventura Boulevard was shut down in Sherman Oaks due to a water main break on Wednesday morning. → Read More

LAPD breaks up house party with hundreds of attendees defying health orders in Woodland Hills

The Los Angeles Police Department was called to a house party early Tuesday to a Woodland Hills neighborhood where hundreds of people gathered, defying local health orders. → Read More

Firefighters battle blaze at 99 Cents store in Culver City

Firefighters from Culver City and Los Angeles battled a fire in a 99 Cents store early Monday morning. → Read More

Retailers offering in-store deals to tempt shoppers during Amazon Prime two-day sale

Amazon Prime Day is off and running, but many retailers are also offering in-store deals to tempt online shoppers.Amazon Prime Day saie is off and running, but many retailers are also offering in-store deals to tempt online shoppers. → Read More

Metro moves forward with Union Station overhaul

Metros Board of Directors Thursday passed its final hurdle to move forward with the Link Union Station project. A lengthy environmental review on the project was finalized this week. → Read More

Travelers make LA County vulnerable to measles outbreak

The large volume of travelers arriving daily in Los Angeles County make it the second most vulnerable place in the nation to a measles outbreak, according to a study released on Thursday. → Read More

Thousands remain without power in Los Angeles County after major windstorm

An estimated 33,000 customers remained without power Wednesday morning in Los Angeles County after a major windstorm moved through Southern California. → Read More

Photo of students performing Nazi salute around makeshift swastika sparks outrage

There was growing controversy Monday over a photo taken at a teenage party depicting Orange County high school students engaging in anti-Semitic behavior. → Read More

Photo of students performing Nazi salute around makeshift swastika sparks outrage

There was growing controversy Monday over a photo taken at a teenage party depicting Orange County high school students engaging in anti-Semitic behavior. → Read More

Photo of students performing Nazi salute around makeshift swastika sparks outrage

There was growing controversy Monday over a photo taken at a teenage party depicting Orange County high school students engaging in anti-Semitic behavior. → Read More

26 suspects arrested in raids on alleged home gambling operations in Westminster

More than two dozen suspects were arrested in a SWAT raid early Monday in Westminster following a two-month investigation into an alleged illegal gambling ring, police said. → Read More

Photo of students performing Nazi salute around makeshift swastika sparks outrage

There was growing controversy Monday over a photo taken at a teenage party depicting Orange County high school students engaging in anti-Semitic behavior. → Read More