Christina Gonzalez, FOX 11 Los Angeles

Christina Gonzalez

FOX 11 Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Christina:

Some members of Bloomington community pushing back against warehouse project

Some members of the community are pushing back against the new warehouse plan in Bloomington. → Read More

Mechanics experiencing car parts shortage

The pandemic has put mechanics at a tough position, leaving them short on car parts. → Read More

Mom of 3 killed in Arcadia car-to-car shooting often sent 'Thinking of you' texts to loved ones, family says

A family is left devastated after a beloved mother of three was gunned down in a car-to-car shooting in Arcadia. → Read More

Man accused of setting dog on fire at a South Los Angeles park

A suspected animal abuser is behind bars after police say he intentionally – and fatally – set a dog on fire. → Read More

Tourists pack Venice with less encampments spotted in area for Labor Day

Folks celebrating Labor Day were treated to summer-like weather, especially in Venice. → Read More

Activists demand criminal prosecution against LAPD officer who struck suspect strapped into gurney

Activists are demanding action after an LAPD officer was seen on video striking a suspect on a gurney. → Read More

Leptospirosis, rare dog disease on the rise in LA County

Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease associated with the waste from rats. → Read More

Dozens of dogs rescued from a squatter camp in Riverside County

The owner of the lot had no idea that several people had set up a large encampment on her property → Read More

'That was my daughter!' Dad yells at suspected shooter who killed teen in 'Forever Purge' showing

"LOOK AT ME!" A grieving father confronted a young man accused of killing his teenage daughter during a showing of "The Forever Purge." → Read More

Report on 17M gallon sewage spill blames LA County Public Health for failing to quickly notify public

The failure to more quickly notify the public of a 17-million-gallon sewage spill that ultimately closed beaches from El Segundo to the southern end of Playa del Rey was largely the fault of a division within the Department of Public Health, according to a report discussed by county officials Tuesday. → Read More

Montclair city employees asked to wear stickers to prove vaccination if they want to ditch masks on the job

Employees with the City of Montclair must show proof of vaccination if they want to work without a mask on. → Read More

City of Los Angeles offering reimbursement options for El Segundo residents impacted by sewage spill

The City of Los Angeles is accepting El Segundo’s request to assist residents affected by the recent malfunction at the Hyperion Waste Treatment Plant. → Read More

San Bernardino County names Shannon Dicus new Sheriff-Coroner

Meet Shannon Dicus, the new San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner. → Read More

Riverside community concerned over growing homeless population

Terrifying moments for a Riverside woman as a homeless person tried to break into her home. → Read More

Miami condo collapse raises possible concerns for builders in Long Beach

You'd be surprised how similar Long Beach and Miami are. → Read More

City Planner: Earthquake code makes it 'much less likely' for California buildings to collapse like Florida

The deadly building collapse in Florida has some wondering: could this happen to buildings in our neighborhoods? → Read More

Squatter on social assistance takes advantage of eviction moratorium, leaving homeowners in limbo

A family remains in limbo as squatters refuse to leave their property. → Read More

Attorney: Essential worker blind in one eye after being pulled over by LASD in Inglewood

Graphic video shared by bystanders shows a man suffering extensive damage to his face. The man was driving home from work when the violent incident happened in May of 2020. → Read More

Mask shaming: Do you still need to wear a mask after California's June reopening?

Are we back to mask shaming? For many people we asked the answer was ‘yes’. → Read More

Cal-OSHA to extend mask wearing guidelines in workplace settings

As people start returning to work again, many are wondering if they can ditch the face masks for good. → Read More