Anabel Munoz, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Anabel Munoz

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Anabel:

Dine-and-dash scams force famed Korean restaurant Spoon by H to shut down this weekend

Spoon by H has served up delicious desserts and Korean dishes for almost a decade, but a surge in dine-and-dash scams has forced the restaurant to temporarily close. → Read More

California officials explain how COVID-19 vaccine codes were shared, misused

California's My Turn system is meant to improve vaccine availability in underserved communities, but in some instances, codes used to book an appointment ended up being used by people who are not yet eligible. → Read More

Gorilla Glue removed from Tessica Brown's hair after procedure by Beverly Hills plastic surgeon

Tessica Brown, who went viral for using Gorilla Glue on her hair, is recovering after treatment from a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon. Her video sparked conversations over hair styling challenges many Black women face due to eurocentric beauty standards. → Read More

Gorilla Glue removed from Tessica Brown's hair after procedure by Beverly Hills plastic surgeon

Tessica Brown, who went viral for using Gorilla Glue on her hair, is recovering after treatment from a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon. Her video sparked conversations over hair styling challenges many Black women face due to eurocentric beauty standards. → Read More

'Just Say Hello' campaign aims to bridge divisions of race, culture through conversations

Saying hello to a stranger can feel awkward or out of the ordinary. "I was shocked at the number of people who looked at me as if I didn't exist," the found of the Just Say Hello campaign said. → Read More

SoCal groups hardest hit by the pandemic are lagging in receiving COVID-19 vaccine, data shows

People of color in Southern California counties are getting the coronavirus vaccine at rates disproportionately lower than their population so far, numbers from county health departments show. → Read More

Transnational historian highlights intersection of US immigration, LGBTQ community

Dr. Julio Capó Jr. began his career as a journalist. The Miami-native is now a transnational historian, and much of research is at the intersection of immigration, race, gender, and sexual orientation. → Read More

Watts mother-daughter duo fight for environmental justice, promote adoption of electric vehicles

A mother and daughter in Watts have combined their passion for the environment, and are promoting a statewide campaign to encourage people to buy clean cars. → Read More

3 Black teens speak out after being wrongfully detained at Westlake Village Target store

A group of Black teenagers were detained by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies inside a Westlake Village Target store after they were wrongfully accused of shoplifting. → Read More

LA poet Amanda Gorman, 22, recites 'The Hill We Climb' at inauguration ceremony

Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old Los Angeles woman, became the youngest inaugural poet when she performed an original poem at President Joe Biden's swearing-in ceremony Wednesday. → Read More

LA poet Amanda Gorman, 22, recites 'The Hill We Climb' at inauguration ceremony

Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old Los Angeles woman, became the youngest inaugural poet when she performed an original poem at President Joe Biden's swearing-in ceremony Wednesday. → Read More

LA poet Amanda Gorman, 22, recites 'The Hill We Climb' at inauguration ceremony

Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old Los Angeles woman, became the youngest inaugural poet when she performed an original poem at President Joe Biden's swearing-in ceremony Wednesday. → Read More

White supremacist groups recruiting, organizing across US

The insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was disturbing, yet not surprising to many, like Scott Ernest who once recruited white nationalists and ran a hate group in Montana. → Read More

LA County aims to open COVID-19 vaccinations to residents 65 and older in early February

Los Angeles County health officials say their goal is to begin offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people 65 and older in the beginning of February. → Read More

LA County supervisor wants 'wait list' to ensure COVID-19 vaccines aren't wasted

Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn says she would like a system set up to make sure any unused COVID-19 vaccines are given out and not thrown away before they expire. → Read More

Los Angeles County not ready to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility yet

California is opening up COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to residents over age 65, but LA County officials say they don't have enough supplies yet to expand the vaccination pool. → Read More

California passes 30,000 deaths from COVID-19 as vaccine distribution lags

California has passed 30,000 deaths from COVID-19 as concerns remain about the pace of vaccine distribution throughout the state. → Read More

LA County advising residents to wear masks at home if living with vulnerable people

Los Angeles County officials are suggesting those who live with a person who is older or has health conditions should wear a mask even while inside the home. → Read More

LA's historic Olvera Street hard hit by pandemic

Businesses on Olvera Street, the oldest street in L.A. and the historic heart of the city, are struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic. → Read More

1st Moderna vaccines distributed in SoCal as California nears 2M COVID-19 cases

The first COVID-19 vaccines from Moderna are being distributed in Southern California as many local hospitals report reaching their full capacity. → Read More