Leo Stallworth, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Leo Stallworth

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Leo:

California boys Orson and Orrin West still missing 9 months after disappearance from home

Just days before Christmas, Orrin West and his younger brother Orson were reported missing from their home in California City. Nine months later, they remain missing. → Read More

Father of Conception boat fire victim carries ashes on Pacific Crest Trail hike

For Kathy Mcilvain and her husband Clark, the pain of their son's untimely death hurts them as much today as it did when Charles Mcilvain was killed when fire engulfed the dive boat Conception off of Channel Islands in 2019. → Read More

Special needs student running for homecoming king at Lancaster High School

Special needs high school student Teldrick Albrecq is running for homecoming king at Lancaster High School, and he feels great about his chances. → Read More

Community demands answers after video shows school officer body slam teen girl at Lancaster campus

Community members are demanding answers after a school resource officer with the L.A. County Sheriff's Department was captured on video body-slamming a teen girl to the ground. → Read More

Historic heat: Lancaster sets record with 58th day in 2021 with daily high of 100 degrees or higher

HISTORIC HEAT: The temp hit 104 degrees Monday in Lancaster, marking the 58th day this year with a daily high of 100 degrees or more, setting a new record. → Read More

Antelope Valley: Judge orders sexual predator relocated to Littlerock community, prompting outrage

A judge's order to house convicted sexual predator Calvin Grassmier in the Antelope Valley community of Littlerock has prompted outrage from residents. → Read More

Video showing LA County deputies punching man in Palmdale prompts investigation

A use of force investigation has been launched after video captured L.A. County sheriff's deputies punching a man repeatedly in Palmdale during a DUI investigation. → Read More

California nursing shortage attributed to concerns about PPE, COVID risk

Right when they're needed the most, hospitals say the shortage of nurses in California is turning into a full-blown crisis. → Read More

Sky rocketing housing market in Antelope Valley pushing more people into homelessness

Have you seen home prices lately in the Antelope Valley? The surging market is fueling a whole host of problems - including pushing more people into homelessness. → Read More

Snake invasion: As drought persists, more snakes slithering into SoCal communities

Snakes, like other wildlife, are starving during the drought and they're coming into Southern California neighborhoods looking for a meal and water. → Read More

Coyote interrupts students' first day of school after walking into classroom

The wild animal may have wanted to join students in class on their first day back to school, but fortunately his name was not on the teacher's roster. → Read More

49-year-old SoCal farmworker remains hospitalized weeks after being robbed, beaten with bat

The family of a local farmworker is seeking answers and justice weeks after he was attacked, beaten with a bat and left for dead in the High Desert. → Read More

Coyote interrupts Northridge students' first day of school after walking into classroom

The first day of school for students at a Northridge campus was suddenly interrupted when a coyote wandered into a classroom. → Read More

Eagle Rock students, educators urge LA City Council to ban flavored tobacco sales

Eagle Rock high school students, educators and parents are encouraging the L.A. City Council to pass an ordinance banning the sale of flavored tobacco in stores. → Read More

SoCal nurse who devoted countless hours to saving COVID patients' lives now fighting virus herself

Registered nurse Maria Peterson has devoted countless hours to helping COVID-19 victims fight for their lives. Now, she is fighting the virus herself. → Read More

Back to school: As LAUSD students return to campus, teachers work to offset pandemic learning loss

With Los Angeles Unified School District students set to return to campus, educators are working to offset learning loss that occurred during remote learning. → Read More

LA City Council votes to create 25,000 units of homeless housing by 2025

The Los Angeles City Council voted to create 25,000 new housing units for the homeless by 2025 as part of the "A Way Home" initiative. → Read More

Burbank: Distraught friends, family members remember innocent victims killed in street-racing crash

The mother of Cerain Baker stood over a memorial honoring her son and two other victims who were killed as the result of a street race in Burbank. → Read More

Tents being moved out of Irwindale riverbed

Homeless people camped out along the San Gabriel River bed in Irwindale have been told to leave but it's not clear where they can go. → Read More

Getty House, Garcetti's official residence, vandalized by protesters with graffiti, toilet paper

Getty House, Mayor Eric Garcetti's official residence in Windsor Square, was vandalized overnight by protesters who scrawled graffiti. → Read More