Anabel Munoz, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Anabel Munoz

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Anabel:

LA County DA challengers address homelessness, death penalty during debate

Two candidates running to be Los Angeles County's top prosecutor faced off during a debate that incumbent Jackie Lacey did not take part in. → Read More

Lancaster considers ban on feeding homeless on public property

Lancaster is considering a ban on feeding the homeless on city streets and sidewalks, a proposal opponents say will make it difficult to help the city's most needy. → Read More

TikTok sparks concern over bullying as app gains popularity

TikTok allows anyone to see your videos and send you direct messages, and it could be making bullying easier. → Read More

200K Californians could lose food stamp benefits under new rule, researchers say

Thousands of Californians who receive food stamps could be impacted by a new White House rule that goes into effect next year. → Read More

Giving Tuesday: List of SoCal organizations helping those facing homelessness

On this Giving Tuesday, ABC7 visited organizations helping anyone experiencing homeless. → Read More

Statue in Santa Monica aims at bringing awareness to homeless crisis

The artist behind the statue of the bearded homeless man hopes his art will inspire conversations and action. → Read More

LA Archbishop Jose Gomez discusses being elected first Latino president of US bishops

Archbishop Jose Gomez sits down with ABC7 after being elected the first Latino president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. → Read More

Conversation on school shootings, warning signs resurfaces in wake of Santa Clarita tragedy

In wake of the deadly shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, the question of how to prevent school violence has resurfaced. → Read More

Travel agent, security expert offer advice on travel to Mexico

Experts discuss safety and security tips for those traveling to Mexico amid recent violence in the country. → Read More

UCLA student shares her experience as DACA recipient, awaits Supreme Court ruling

Nineteen-year-old Ana Lua Martel, a UCLA student and DACA recipient, has grown up in the middle of heated immigration debate. → Read More

LA approves 25-year contract to buy solar power from Kern County project

Los Angeles just made a huge shift toward solar power, approving a 25-year contract to buy energy from a solar project in Kern County. → Read More

What Houston airports are doing to avoid rideshare headaches

LAX is making more tweaks to its new pickup system as passengers have dealt with long wait times at the rideshare lot, but how do things run here in Houston? → Read More

LAX to expand rideshare pickup lot amid complaints from passengers

LAX is making more tweaks to its new ridesharing system amid outrage from frustrated passengers. → Read More

Día de los Muertos celebrated in SoCal to honor loved ones no longer with us

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a traditional Mexican cultural holiday, which is celebrated for two days annually and is filled with rich symbolism. → Read More

Easy Fire in Simi Valley burns 1,491 acres near Ronald Reagan Library, 6,500 homes threatened

A brush fire erupted on the hillsides above Simi Valley amid extreme red flag conditions, prompting evacuation orders and school closures as it spread to more than 1,400 acres. → Read More

North Hollywood shooting involved Armenian gang allegedly extorting grocery store owner, LAPD says

A shootout at a North Hollywood shopping center is believed to be connected to an Armenian gang accused of extorting the owner of the Royal Fresh Market, police say. → Read More

Lawsuits allege Dodgers security roughed up fans without justification

Two new lawsuits have been filed against the Los Angeles Dodgers over alleged rough treatment by security. → Read More

California mother pleads with public to find Air Force son a bone marrow donor

A Whittier mother is relentless in her efforts to find a bone-marrow donor for her 21-year-old son, a leukemia patient who graduated from the Air Force Fire Academy. → Read More

Whittier mother pleads with public to find Air Force son a bone marrow donor

A Whittier mother is relentless in her efforts to find a bone-marrow donor for her 21-year-old son, a leukemia patient who graduated from the Air Force Fire Academy. → Read More

Suspect taken into custody after pedestrian killed by hit-and-run driver in West LA, police say

A suspect was taken into custody after a pedestrian was killed in a hit-and-run crash involving a box truck Wednesday morning in West Los Angeles, police said. → Read More