Carlos Granda, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Carlos Granda

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Carlos:

Hardest hit communities in LA County are among the lowest vaccinated so far, data shows

Los Angeles communities with higher case rates seem to have lower percentages of people vaccinated against COVID-19. Take a look at our interactive maps to see how different the rates are, and what the COVID-19 vaccination rate is in your area. → Read More

San Pedro plane crash: Pilot killed, 1 hospitalized after aircraft slams into semi-truck at Port of LA

A small airplane crashed into a semi-truck on a dock in San Pedro harbor, leaving one person dead and another seriously injured, authorities said. → Read More

Vaccine crisis: Shortage leads to closed sites, postponed appointments in LA

Los Angeles County health officials are encouraged as the number of coronavirus cases continues to trend downward, but concern remains about the shortage of vaccines. → Read More

SoCal lawmakers aim to speed up reopening of theme parks like Disneyland, Magic Mountain

Two Southern California legislators have introduced a bill that seeks to allow large theme parks to reopen sooner. → Read More

Pandemic: LA County health officials look to target vulnerable populations for COVID vaccine

Vaccinations are still limited in the county to staff and residents of long-term or skilled nursing facilities, health care workers, and people over the age of 65. → Read More

SoCal seeing drop in COVID-19 cases, but new variants, vaccine supply remain concerns

COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations are dropping across California, but concerns remain about vaccine supply and new, more contagious variants. → Read More

Inglewood woman's parents die from COVID-19 within days of each other

Brianna Trejo is just 22-years-old and she is dealing with the tragedy of losing both her parents to COVID-19 within days of each other. → Read More

EDD problems persist as class action lawsuit filed against Bank of America

The backlog and processing of unemployment claims continue to frustrate people who need it most. Some people haven't gotten unemployment benefits since late December. Now Bank of America is being accused of not taking proper safety measures. → Read More

Restaurant owners ask for relief from fees amid COVID shutdowns

Restaurant owners say even though officials have shut them down they're still demanding money for fees, business taxes, Liquor licenses even though they can't sell liquor, and health permits → Read More

Los Angeles-area law enforcement on high alert for threats of violence as Inauguration Day nears

With less than a week until the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, law enforcement in L.A. and across the country are getting ready for possible protests or instances of violence. → Read More

SoCal congressman evacuated after chaos hits the Capitol

Some members of Congress were evacuated from their offices while others were told to shelter in place as protesters stormed the Capitol building. → Read More

COVID-19 surge from holiday gatherings in LA County has begun, officials say

Health officials say the surge from holiday gatherings in Los Angeles County has begun and they are urging people to get tested. → Read More

COVID-19 forces woman to face eviction after holidays

Brenda Nanomantube became unemployed in March when the stay-at-home order began. She has been struggling since then and possibly faces evictions early next year. → Read More

United flight to LAX diverted due to medical emergency possibly linked to COVID-19

Several questions arose Friday surrounding a medical emergency on a United Airlines flight to Los Angeles International Airport after a man died following a heart attack -- including whether COVID-19 may have played a role. → Read More

Newly released video sheds light on timeline of Thousand Oaks mass shooting

An analysis finds two officers acted justifiably when they fired their weapons as they responded to the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks in 2018. → Read More

Amid criticism over new directives, LA County DA George Gascon says defendants will be held accountable

L.A. County District Attorney George Gascon's sweeping policy changes is sparking outrage from many crime victims, but the new DA insists defendants will be punished. → Read More

Child dies from rare illness linked to COVID-19, first such death in LA County

A child treated at Children's Hospital Los Angeles died due to complications from MIS-C, a rare illness linked to the coronavirus, making it the first such death in the county. → Read More

Stay home order: All of SoCal under new restrictions as COVID cases fill hospital beds

As California hospitals struggle with an influx of mounting COVID-19 cases, state officials imposed a new stay home order on more than 33 million people. → Read More

COVID-19 devastates travel industry, leaving many airline workers furloughed

The pandemic has left many furloughed airline workers devastated. Total travel spending in the U.S. is projected to drop down 45% from 2019, according to the U.S. Travel Association. → Read More

LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger opposes new dining restrictions

As Los Angeles County prepares to shut down outdoor dining for restaurants, Supervisor Kathryn Barger is speaking out against the order. → Read More