Jade Hernandez, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Jade Hernandez

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jade:

SoCal weather: 1st in series of back-to-back storms brings rain, snow to region

A mid-winter storm was rolling across Southern California on Saturday, bringing cold weather and rain to a region that only days earlier had seen dry conditions and high temperatures that raised the risk of fire danger. → Read More

Stay-at-home order to take effect in Southern California on Sunday, triggered by ICU capacity's drop below 15%

Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, California's new health order went into effect on Saturday afternoon, including a stay-at-home order in Southern California that was triggered by a drop in ICU capacity at the region's hospitals. → Read More

San Dimas Canyon fire spreads to 65 acres, prompting massive response from firefighters

A fire erupted in the foothills above San Dimas on Friday morning and spread to 65 acres, prompting a response from firefighters on the ground and in the air. → Read More

Target in Hollywood finally open for business after 12 years

After 12 years the "Hollywood Target" that sat halfway built and vacant along Sunset Boulevard and Western Avenue is finally open. → Read More

Pilot killed after ultra light plane crashes in flood channel near Hawthorne airport

A pilot was killed when an ultra light plane crashed in a flood channel near the Hawthorne Municipal Airport. → Read More

Cardrooms, indoor malls reopening in LA County this week

Cardrooms, malls and other businesses will start to reopen over this coming week in Los Angeles County. → Read More

California theme park leaders oppose draft of reopening rules

Theme park industry leaders in California say they aren't pleased with proposed reopening guidance being considered by Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration. → Read More

Bobcat Fire turns San Gabriel Mountains area into smoky wasteland; whipping winds push flames into foothill communities

Two weeks after the Bobcat Fire erupted in the Angeles National Forest, the 93,842-acre blaze has left a path of destruction in the San Gabriel Mountains region. → Read More

Bobcat Fire spreads to 93,842 acres nearly 2 weeks after erupting in San Gabriel Mountains; homes remain threatened

After destroying multiple homes and threatening the Mount Wilson Observatory and nearby broadcast towers, the Bobcat Fire has spread to 91,017 acres in the Angeles National Forest and Antelope Valley, officials announced Saturday. → Read More

Bobcat Fire prompts new evacuation orders as blaze threatens Mount Wilson

Get the latest updates for the Bobcat Fire in Southern California. Burning in the Angeles National Forest, the blaze burning above the San Gabriel Valley foothill communities has prompted evacuation orders for some residents in the Antelope Valley. → Read More

LA's Grand Central Market shifts gears, transforms into 'Bazaar' by adding artists, other vendors to landmark space

Downtown L.A.'s "Grand Central Market" has shifted gears by adding local artists and other vendors to its landmark food business to help ease the pain during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a look at the venue's new "Bazaar" setup. → Read More

2 LA County deputies in stable condition after being shot in Compton; search for gunman continues

The two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies who were shot in the head in an ambush in Compton Saturday are now in stable condition, authorities confirmed Sunday. → Read More

Staples Center joins list of SoCal arenas that will serve as voting centers for November election

Staples Center is joining the list of large arenas throughout Southern California that will serve as voting centers for the upcoming election in November. → Read More

The Chicano Moratorium: Car caravan parades through East LA to celebrate 50th anniversary

A car caravan on Saturday paraded through East Los Angeles to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Chicano Moratorium. → Read More

Protesters rally around SoCal in support of U.S. Postal Service amid challenges

Hollywood was one of hundreds of cities nationwide where protesters made their way into the streets on Saturday, rallying to save the U.S. Postal Service. → Read More

Lake Fire: Lake Hughes blaze in Angeles National Forest burns 11,000 acres amid dangerous fire conditions

Crews on Friday continue to protect homes from a fast-moving brush fire near Lake Hughes in the Angeles National Forest that prompted evacuations, and officials warned the blaze could flare up again as a blistering heat wave descends on California. → Read More

Popular flea market Melrose Trading Post reopens for first time since March

The popular Melrose Trading Post reopened Sunday for the first time since closing in March for the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Rite Aid opening dozens of coronavirus testing sites across SoCal

The opening of the sites comes as California's surging virus caseload has left testing supplies short and lengthened the wait time for results. → Read More

Thousands hit SoCal beaches to escape heat as health officials urge caution amid COVID-19

Thousands hit Southern California beaches to escape the heat amid scorching temperatures on Saturday and health officials were urging everyone to wear a face covering and practice physical distancing. → Read More

Taco stand temporarily closes two SoCal locations after conflicts with customers over mask policy

As several videos have recently surfaced showing irate customers refusing to wear face coverings in public spaces throughout Southern California, one business is temporarily closing both of its locations to keep its employees safe. → Read More