Carlos Granda, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Carlos Granda

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Carlos:

Data shows poor communities of color in SoCal impacted most by bank closures

A report by the NCRC found that low-income, high-minority areas of Los Angeles County saw a 12% drop in bank branches between 2017 and 2020, compared to slightly less than 4% overall. → Read More

New LA County health order to require proof of COVID vaccination for indoor areas of bars, wineries

A new L.A. County health order will be issued later this week requiring proof of vaccination for all customers and employees in indoor areas of bars, wineries and lounges. → Read More

Child under 5 dies from complications related to COVID-19 in Orange County, health officials say

Health officials in Orange County on Friday confirmed its first COVID-related pediatric death in a child under 5 years old. → Read More

As federal pandemic unemployment benefits end for millions, what does that mean for Californians?

The extra pandemic unemployment benefits helped millions who had no income for months. But all of that ended, even as EDD still hasn't paid a number of people who are entitled to benefits. → Read More

Mexican ambassador to the US visits SoCal, discusses border security

The Mexican ambassador to the U.S. says Mexico is deploying 30,000 federal agents to both the northern and southern borders and the country is investing in Central America to address the root causes of migration. → Read More

Rep. Karen Bass says she's focused on Congress, isn't considering run for Los Angeles mayor

Will Karen Bass run for mayor of Los Angeles? The Democratic representative says for now, she's focused on helping Democrats maintain their majority. → Read More

Homicide suspect arrested after businesswoman found dead at her Reseda home, LAPD says

A suspect has been arrested in connection with the killing of a woman who was found dead inside her Reseda home. → Read More

Proof of COVID vaccination would be required to enter public indoor spaces under LA council proposal

Proof of at least partial vaccination against COVID-19 would be required to enter public indoor spaces in the city of Los Angeles under a new proposal. → Read More

TSA teaching airline workers to defend themselves amid increase in unruly passengers

TSA defense training is returning after a long pause due to the pandemic. Flight attendants are taking the necessary training to protect themselves amid the numerous attacks we've seen in the air. → Read More

COVID hospitalizations in LA County hit highest level since mid-March

COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continued an unsettling upward climb in Los Angeles County, with the latest state figures showing nearly 900 people being treated for the virus -- more than double the number from just two weeks ago. → Read More

Some Los Angeles officials want vaccine mandate for city workers

L.A. City Councilmembers Kevin de León and Mark Ridley-Thomas want the city to take a tougher stance on vaccinations for city workers. → Read More

Woman who alleges sexual abuse by foster family suing LA County DCFS

A woman says she was sexually abused at age 13 by members of her foster family and the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services failed to protect her. → Read More

Appeals court hears arguments over order forcing LA city, county to house Skid Row's homeless

The order by a federal judge would require the city and county of Los Angeles to house the entire population of Skid Row by the middle of October. → Read More

Rialto police investigating after illegal fireworks explode in neighborhood

Frightening moments in a Rialto neighborhood were caught on camera when illegal fireworks went off at a home. → Read More

LA County's daily new COVID-19 cases, positivity rate has doubled since June 15

L.A. County on Wednesday reported the daily number of new cases and the rate of people testing positive for the coronavirus has doubled from two weeks ago. → Read More

California recall election: In Santa Monica, John Cox outlines his plan to address homelessness

Gubernatorial candidate John Cox came to Santa Monica with an 8-foot tall ball of trash as he outlined his plan to address homelessness. → Read More

After conservatorship hearing, Britney Spears apologizes to fans for 'pretending' to be OK

Britney Spears took to Instagram and apologized to fans "for pretending like I've been ok the past two years." → Read More

Venice homeless camps to be cleared under plan offered by LA Councilman Bonin

L.A. City Councilman Mike Bonin says starting next week, housing and services will be provided to approximately 200 people living in homeless encampments on the Venice boardwalk. → Read More

Loved ones, colleagues gather for memorial service for slain 44-year-old LA County firefighter

Loved ones and colleagues from the L.A. County Fire Department gathered at the Forum in Inglewood Thursday to bid farewell to firefighter Tory Carlon, who was fatally shot by a fellow firefighter inside the agency's Agua Dulce station. → Read More

With California reopening on June 15, what changes can you expect?

After more than a year of restrictions, California is now less than one day away from fully reopening its economy. But many businesses, and residents, remain baffled by the state's shifting masks rules. → Read More