Leo Stallworth, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Leo Stallworth

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Leo:

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

Los angeles going after illegal trash dumpers

Illegal trash dumping has gotten to be such a major headache, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti held a news conference warning violators to knock it off or else. → Read More

SoCal homelessness: Protesters in Hollywood say police are harassing the homeless

Protesters took to the streets of Hollywood Wednesday, saying police are harassing the homeless and they want it to stop. → Read More

Malibu's Leo Carrillo park campground reopening for first time since Woolsey Fire

Leo Carrillo State Park is re-opening this holiday weekend for the first time since much of it was destroyed by the Woolsey Fire last year. → Read More

Iconic Broguiere's Dairy in Montebello closing after nearly 100 years

For nearly a century, Broguiere's Dairy in Montebello has been a favorite for Southern Californians looking for farm-fresh milk. Now, the dairy's owner has announced plans to close, but customers may change his mind. → Read More

Cursive comeback: Proposal to reinstate teaching cursive at LAUSD schools gaining support

There's a proposal to reinstate the teaching of cursive handwriting at LAUSD schools - and it's gaining support. → Read More

Shelter Partnership in Bell delivers donations to agencies serving the homeless in LA County

The Shelter Partnership is a non-profit that has been helping the homeless for decades by delivering donations to agencies across Los Angeles County. → Read More

Authorities search for man suspected of exposing himself to woman along Towsley Canyon hiking trail

Authorities are searching for a man suspected of exposing himself to a woman along a hiking trail in Towsley Canyon in Newhall. → Read More

VIDEO: Woman sought in attempted kidnapping of 4-year-old boy near DTLA

Los Angeles police are asking for the public's help in identifying and locating a suspect caught on camera attempting to kidnap a 4-year-old boy near downtown L.A. this week. → Read More

Photo shows Palmdale teachers smiling while holding noose

Four Palmdale elementary school teachers seen in a photo smiling while holding a noose are on administrative leave. → Read More

Photo shows Palmdale teachers smile while holding noose

Four Palmdale elementary school teachers seen in a photo smiling while holding a noose are on administrative leave. → Read More