Carlos Granda, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Carlos Granda

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Carlos:

LAX adding thermal-imaging cameras, other measures to screen for coronavirus

LAX is installing thermal-imaging cameras that can check passengers' temperatures from a distance in addition to other measures to screen for coronavirus during the summer travel season. → Read More

Reopening California: Safety consultant details what restaurants should do before reopening

REOPENING CALIFORNIA: From exact seating arrangements to fewer employees in the kitchen, this safety consultant is detailing what California restaurants should be doing before opening their doors to the public once again. → Read More

Analysis of police arrest data in Southern California reveals dramatic racial disparity

Just 7% of the SoCal population of is black. But in 2018, black arrests accounted for 17% of the arrests across 5 counties. And zooming in on some local cities with a lower black population reveals even more disparity. → Read More

Demonstrators in West Hollywood hold protest against racism, police brutality

Several dozens of protesters gathered in West Hollywood Monday as demonstrations against racism and police brutality continue across Southern California. → Read More

What is use of force, when is it legal and when does it cross the line?

We've seen the images of officers in a tense situation as they push back people and strike them. So the question: Is this appropriate use of force? → Read More

'You can only survive so long' - airline worker talks about weathering crisis in hard-hit industries

Airlines have been among the hardest hit economically by the coronavirus crisis and one local former employee is talking about how difficult it is now to survive. → Read More

Smaller class sizes, face masks included under guidelines to reopen LA County schools

L.A. County schools won't be the same if and when they reopen this fall, with education officials suggesting steps such as staggered school days, 16-person class sizes and other changes to protect against the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

ICU nurse who changed life, career for son now helping COVID-19 patients in Southern California

For Arnold Ubalde, it was the start of another 12-hour shift. He's an ICU nurse and made a video diary of his life at Glendale Memorial Hospital as he and others deal with the new reality of the coronavirus. → Read More

CHP: 87% increase in tickets to drivers going more than 100 mph amid COVID-19 shutdown

CHP is cracking down on speeding after seeing drivers going too fast on empty California freeways during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Apps could track movement for COVID-19 monitoring, but privacy concerns raised

Mobile apps under development could track people for coronavirus monitoring purposes, but privacy advocates are concerned about how the data could be used. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Newsom to discuss redrawing floor plans at businesses, schools as CA moves toward easing stay-at-home orders

Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to discuss Tuesday one of the indicators needed to modifying California's stay-at-home order, with hopes of making "measurable and meaningful changes" in a matter of weeks. → Read More

Long Beach company makes vital part for ventilators to help coronavirus patients

GB Remanufacturing In Long Beach usually builds components for gas and diesel engines. But when it found out that Long Beach Memorial needed a special part for ventilators, it stepped up to find a way to help during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Newsom says reopening CA won't be like a 'light switch' but hospitals can now schedule surgeries

In the first move toward modifying and easing California's stay-at-home order, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced that hospitals statewide will be able to start scheduling surgeries amid the ongoing coronavirus emergency. → Read More

South LA church holds emergency food drive for struggling families

A church in South Los Angeles is among many community organizations holding emergency food drives to help those hit hard economically by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus: Small businesses struggle to get government loans

Across the country, thousands of small businesses are closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. They have no money coming in. → Read More

CA ranks near the bottom of all states in completing coronavirus tests, new data show

California ranks nearly at the bottom among all states in terms of completing coronavirus testing per person, according to an Eyewitness News analysis of national data. → Read More

CA unemployment claims reach historic level amid coronavirus pandemic

Unemployment claims soared last week, reaching a high of nearly five times more than the previous week according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Labor. → Read More

SoCal nurse describes front-line battle against COVID-19, hardship of separating from family

A nurse on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis describes the challenges of working through tough conditions while spending so much time away from family. → Read More

With rent due soon, small businesses have tough choices ahead

The economic slowdown associated with the coronavirus pandemic leaves many Southern California small businesses in a challenging situation as April rent comes due soon. → Read More

Coronavirus: Arcadia neighborhood outraged over planned power outages amid stay-at-home orders

With so many California residents working from home and their refrigerators stocked amid the coronavirus emergency, now is perhaps not an ideal time for a planned power outage. → Read More