Leo Stallworth, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Leo Stallworth

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Leo:

Longtime Corona educator who lost battle with COVID-19 remembered as loving father, inspiring mentor

Joe Soto, a longtime educator in Corona who lost his battle with COVID-19, is remembered as a cherished family man and a revered educator who inspired his students to succeed. → Read More

LA educator utilizes online platform to teach background, significance of Black History Month

A local teacher is using an online platform to teach kids the background and significance of Black History Month, while opening the door for conversations at home. → Read More

GoFundMe set up for devastated SoCal family after sole breadwinner dies from COVID-19

An effort is underway to help a Southern California family devastated by the coronavirus after the father, who was the family's only source of income, recently died from the virus. → Read More

USC students, activists call for disbanding of campus police department

It's a rallying cry by community activists including Black Lives Matter: to redirect funding for USC campus police and instead putting more funding into scholarships for low-income students and more. → Read More

All Good News: School project brings PPE to office staff at Glendale schools

Seniors at Saint Francis High School in La Canada are bringing PPE to office staff at 21 elementary schools in Glendale. → Read More

SoCal woman on mission to rescue dogs kept in squalor at make-shift shelters in Mexico

This local woman is on a mission to rescue dogs kept in squalor at make-shift animal shelters in Mexico. Shira Astrof and her team are bringing the pups to L.A. with the goal of nursing them back to health and getting them a forever home. → Read More

OC lab offering more options for COVID-19 testing as many sites transfer to vaccine centers

Locations like Dodger Stadium have been transformed from COVID testing sites to vaccine distribution centers, which makes it harder to find places for free testing. An Orange County lab is giving people options. → Read More

Security firm hiring security guards for COVID-19 vaccination sites in SoCal

A security firm is looking to hire security guards to safeguard vaccination sites and other sites throughout Southern California. → Read More

SoCal family shares warning of rare illness linked to coronavirus after 8-year-old son hospitalized

The family of a Southern California child who became seriously ill from complications linked to COVID-19 are sharing their story after their quick actions may have saved their young son's life. → Read More

SoCal Strong: Kurb n go pickup and delivery app offers lifeline to local restaurants struggling during COVID-19 pandemic

Restaurants have been hit especially hard during the coronavirus pandemic; the new app 'kurb n go' has provided businesses a financial lifeline. → Read More

San Gabriel Valley residents concerned with rising coyote population

San Gabriel Valley officials are attempting to deal with a rising coyote population, and the dangers it poses for residents and their pets. → Read More

Rats overrunning California and government officials making problem worse, group claims

Rats are running rampant in the Golden State and officials have made the problem worse by banning some methods to kill them, an advocacy group is arguing. → Read More

Former Santa Clarita Valley basketball coach sentenced to 9 years in child sex assault case

Jeremy Andre Haggerty, 34, pleaded no-contest to sex-related charges involving nine teenage boys who either played on his team or who were trained by him. → Read More

A look at a Lancaster single mother of five's quest to avoid homelessness

For Lancaster woman Taniqua Taylor, her struggle is to survive enough to avoid being homeless once again -- a nightmare she experienced a few years ago. → Read More

Call for cool heads after death threats leveled at Lancaster teens in racist Snapchat video

Students and Antelope Valley community members are calling for cooler heads to prevail following the death threats and extreme criticism leveled at the teens in a racially insensitive video that has gone viral. → Read More

California to have highest gas prices in nation when new gas tax kicks in July 1

When the new gas tax kicks in July 1, California will have the highest gas tax in the country. → Read More

Los Angeles wanting to pour millions into ridding the city of trash

The amount of trash littering some areas of Los Angeles, primarily downtown, have gotten so big, Mayor Eric Garcetti wants to make some major changes. → Read More

Fundraiser held for family of slain off-duty L.A. County Sheriff's deputy

A fundraiser is being held Wednesday for the family of the off-duty deputy who was shot and killed inside a Jack in the Box in Alhambra last week. → Read More

Lava Mae helps Los Angeles' homeless population by providing showers

Lava Mae operates a trailer, which provides curbside shower and restroom service just outside of City Hall to the homeless every Friday for roughly six hours. → Read More

Beverly Hills Concours d'Elegance offers glimpse of rare, expensive cars for Father's Day

The Rodeo Drive Concours d'Elegance in Beverly Hills is free and open on Father's Day until 4 p.m. → Read More