Gigi Graciette, FOX 11 Los Angeles

Gigi Graciette

FOX 11 Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Gigi:

1 killed, 4 injured in South Los Angeles house fire

Investigators are working to determine what started a deadly house fire in South Los Angeles. → Read More

Deadline arrives for LA County employees to be fully vaccinated

The deadline has arrived for thousands of Los Angeles County employees to be fully vaccinated. → Read More

Street racing has spiked in Southern California during the pandemic

In 2020, the California Highway Patrol responded to more than 25,000 calls involving illegal street racing activity statewide, an alarming increase of more than 3,500 calls from the year before. The results can be deadly for participants, spectators, and all road users, including other drivers, passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. → Read More

Police searching for hit-and-run driver who killed skateboarder in Tarzana

Police were searching for the hit-and-run driver who struck and killed a woman in Tarzana overnight. → Read More

'Doctor Who' actress Tanya Fear found after going missing in Hollywood: LAPD

A social media campaign is underway to find British actress Tanya Fear who was last seen in Hollywood. She is best known for her role in “Doctor Who.” → Read More

Dispute over parking spot may have led to double murder in California

A family is devastated after two people were gunned down following a dispute over a parking spot → Read More

Pregnant woman stranded at LAX after Spirit Airlines cancels hundreds of flights

What was supposed to be a nearly two-hour direct flight from Cleveland to Atlanta has turned into a four-day nightmare for a pregnant woman in her third trimester. Now, she finds herself stranded at LAX. → Read More

Police investigate deadly car-to-car shooting in Venice

A car-to-car shooting and collision left one person dead in Venice early Monday morning, police said. → Read More

17 injured in police detonation of illegal fireworks in South LA

Officials said a South Los Angeles explosion happened when they attempted to safely detonate homemade fireworks. → Read More

Deadly South LA commercial building fire under investigation

Officials responded to a deadly structure fire in the Central-Alameda area of South Los Angeles. → Read More

Debate over when to reopen California schools intensifies following $6.5 billion proposal

The debate over when to reopen California schools is heating up. The California legislature approved a $6.5 billion proposal on Thursday with the goal of getting kids back to campuses by the spring. However, the teachers' union for the Los Angeles Unified School District is pushing back. → Read More

Starting Feb. 1, all public transportation will requires travelers to wear masks, CDC order says

Starting at 9 p.m. Monday, the order from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the CDC, requires face masks be worn by all travelers on airplanes, ships, trains, subways, buses, taxis, and ride-shares and at transportation hubs like airports, bus and ferry terminals, train and subway stations and seaports. → Read More

Remembering the victims of the Saugus High School shooting one year later

On November 14, 2019, a 16-year-old gunman opened fire at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, claiming the lives of Gracie Anne Muehlberger, 15, and Dominic Blackwell, 14. The community remembers the two young victims one year after their untimely deaths. → Read More

Driver sought in deadly Koreatown hit-and-run

A woman was killed early Friday morning by a hit-and-run driver in Koreatown, officials said. → Read More

Caught on camera: Fight breaks out at Target after customers refuse to wear facial covering

Two men were in custody Monday after getting into a fight with Target security guards earlier this month in Van Nuys for refusing to wear a facial covering, officials said. → Read More

Caught on camera: Fight breaks out at Target after customers refuse to wear facial covering

Two men, who refused to a wear facial covering, have been arrested after getting in a fight with security guards at a Target in Van Nuys earlier this month, the Los Angeles Police Department said Monday. → Read More

Protests planned in show of solidarity with suspended Santa Monica nurses amid coronavirus crisis

Protests were planned across California to show solidarity after ten registered nurses at Providence St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica were reportedly suspended after refusing to treat COVID-19 patients without proper personal protective equipment (PPE). → Read More

Four additional USNS Mercy Hospital crewmembers test positive for COVID-19

Four additional crewmembers working aboard the USNC Mercy Hospital have tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the total up to seven cases on the naval hospital, officials said. → Read More

Federal judges to consider early release of eligible California inmates amid coronavirus pandemic

Following Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s announcement that some inmates would be released early, federal judges will consider whether the same will be implemented statewide to reduce the jail population amid the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Video shows LASD detective helping elderly woman cross street before she was fatally struck

New surveillance video was released Monday that captured the moment an off-duty detective with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department helped an elderly woman cross the street just seconds before she was struck and killed in Valley Village over the weekend. → Read More