Jennifer McGraw, KTLA 5

Jennifer McGraw


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Suspect in custody after 2 Orthodox Jews shot outside synagogues in Los Angeles

A suspect was taken into custody Thursday after two Orthodox Jewish men were shot while leaving houses of worship in the city’s Pico-Robertson neighborhood, authorities said. The first shooting occurred just before 10 a.m. Wednesday in the 1400 block of Shenandoah Street, said Los Angeles police. The victim’s condition was not immediately known. The second […] → Read More

Loved ones remember L.A. street vendor killed by suspected DUI driver

The alleged drunk driver is believed to have ran a red light before crashing into her car. Both vehicles were seen smashed into utility poles; Rodriguez's car was pushed into the corner of a building. → Read More

Rain impacts New Year’s celebrations, but Rose Parade should remain dry

Headed out to celebrate New Year’s Eve? You’d better bring an umbrella. Rain is expected to hit the Southland, including some relatively heavy showers in the hours leading up to midnight and into early Sunday morning. With that rain comes a risk for mud and debris flows, according to Los Angeles County Public Works. For […] → Read More

Pregnant woman injured in possible road-rage shooting in San Bernardino

An expectant mother was shot during a possible road-rage incident in San Bernardino Thursday, authorities said. It happened around 12:15 p.m. near Sycamore Creek Drive and Clearwater Parkway. A woman was taken to a hospital with a gunshot wound, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. An initial investigation determined that some sort of […] → Read More

El Monte home invasion robbers pointed gun at child, took a dollar

With a gun pointed at him, the boy gave the thieves all he had: a single dollar bill. That was just one scene of terror among many that played out early Sunday morning when a group of home invasion robbers hit three homes in El Monte, just east of Los Angeles. → Read More

3-year-old hospitalized with rare brain swell after contracting COVID-19

A 3-year-old boy from Tarzana is on the mend after being hospitalized for multiple months after contracting COVID-19 and suffering a serious and rare brain swell. CJ Mercado was hospitalized more than two months ago for a severe case of COVID-19. He remains at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center after suffering a rare complication of […] → Read More

Possible human remains found in pipe under 55 Freeway in Costa Mesa

Caltrans officials have discovered what they believe are human remains inside a culvert that runs under the 55 Freeway in Costa Mesa. The discovery was made around 10 a.m. Monday when a robot camera spotted the remains about 300 feet into the 26-inch diameter pipe located near the Baker Street offramp, California Highway Patrol said. […] → Read More

Anti-Semitic flyers left in San Marino neighborhood on Yom Kippur

Police are investigating after anti-Semitic flyers were left in a San Marino neighborhood on Yom Kippur. One resident who only wanted to be identified as Todd first spotted the flyers, tucked into plastic bags with rocks, while walking his daughter to school around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. At first, he thought they were landscaper flyers until […] → Read More

Los Angeles City Council votes to end COVID-era eviction moratorium

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday voted to end its COVID-era eviction moratorium early next year, despite the pleas of tenant rights advocates who rallied outside city hall. → Read More

2023 Rose Parade Royal Court announced

The seven members of the Tournament of Roses 2023 Royal Court were named in Pasadena Monday. The Royal Court was chosen from a group of 28 finalists who were announced in September. Members of the 2023 Royal Court will each receive a $7,500 educational scholarship to serve as ambassadors of the Tournament of Roses, the […] → Read More

Downtown L.A. rallygoers speak up for Mahsa Amini, Iranians killed in protests

Hundreds gathered in downtown Los Angeles Saturday morning to call for change in Iran after the death of Mahsa Amini, who was in police custody, and others who were killed while protesting the 22-year-old’s death. The rally, set to take place from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., planned to travel from Pershing Square to City […] → Read More

101 Freeway to close this weekend for removal of pedestrian bridge in Encino

A portion of the 101 Freeway will be shut down in both directions overnight Saturday as crews work to demolish a pedestrian bridge over the freeway at Encino Avenue. All lanes of the 101 Freeway are scheduled to close between White Oak Avenue and Balboa Boulevard at 10 p.m. Saturday before reopening at 10 a.m. […] → Read More

Kuehl, Villanueva saga continues as judge rules deputies followed procedure in search

A judge has ruled that Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies followed procedure in their search of L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl’s Malibu home. “The judge shot down any claim that Sheila Kuehl had that the law enforcement, that the sheriff’s office, went forum shopping to find a friendly judge. The judge in this case […] → Read More

MLB All-Star activities bring a grand slam of family fun to Santa Monica

From the pier down to the beach, All-Star Week is taking over L.A. in a big way. For baseball fans, the fun is free and happening in all weekend in Santa Monica. “You wanna hit the batting cage, hit the batting cage. You wanna go throw pitches on the sand, you can throw pitches on […] → Read More

L.A. preps for MLB All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium

Baseball’s best and brightest are headed to Los Angeles this week for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium. Angelenos have a wide variety of ways to get involved beyond just going to the Home Run Derby on Monday or the All-Star Game on Tuesday. Jennifer McGraw reports for the KTLA 5 News on July 14, 2022. → Read More

Eric Holder convicted of 1st-degree murder in Nipsey Hussle killing

Jurors found a 32-year-old man guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday for the 2019 fatal shooting of rapper Nipsey Hussle. The Los Angeles County jury also found Eric R. Holder Jr. guilty of two counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter for gunfire that hit other men at the scene. Prosecutors had sought two counts of attempted murder. […] → Read More

Abortion rights protests lead to arrests in downtown Los Angeles

Americans began taking to the streets across the nation Friday after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, handing states authority to drastically limit or ban abortions. By 1 p.m., a crowd had formed for a demonstration in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Los Angeles. Rallies were planned for 6 p.m. at […] → Read More

Watch: Inaugural WeHo Pride parade

Pride Month has just begun and this Sunday at 1 p.m., the inaugural WeHo Pride parade takes place in West Hollywood. This kicks off a month of Pride celebrations taking place across the country. KTLA is proud to be the broadcast partner of WeHo Pride. “Queer Eye” star Karamo joins KTLA’s Pedro Rivera and Cher […] → Read More

Man allegedly armed with gun fatally shot by police in Koreatown

A man was shot and killed by police in Koreatown Thursday morning. About 8:15 a.m., Los Angeles police officers responded to the intersection of 8th and Berendo streets about an assault with a deadly weapon. The man allegedly had a gun, shots were exchanged and the suspect was killed, police said. It is unclear why […] → Read More

Identical twin sisters from Yorba Linda give birth on same day

It’s one-of-a-kind story just in time for Mother’s Day: two identical twin sisters in Yorba Linda shared their pregnancy journey at the same time and now get to experience the joy of motherhood after giving birth on the same day. Erin Cheplak and Jill Justiniani are identical twins born just a minute apart. As is […] → Read More