Anabel Munoz, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Anabel Munoz

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Anabel:

Vanessa Guillen: Latina moms hold solidarity protest in San Fernando for missing soldier

For many in the Latino community, the story of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, who disappeared in April and is believed to have been murdered, feels personal. → Read More

Los Angeles City Council votes to cut LAPD budget by $150 million

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a $150 million cut to the LAPD's budget for the next fiscal year, a move that followed activists' mounting calls to "defund the police." → Read More

$10 million claim filed by woman who says she was struck in face by LAPD rubber bullet

Yasmin Morales said she was out in the Fairfax District to shop for her son's birthday but ended up at a hospital after police shot her in the face with a rubber bullet on May 31. → Read More

Career expert offers advise to students on maximizing virtual recruiting events to land jobs

Branden Grimmett, an associate provost of career and professional development at Loyola Marymount University, offered advice to students on how to make the most of distance learning, distance job placement and virtual recruitment. → Read More

Din Tai Fung closes original location in Arcadia

Din Tai Fung, the famous dumpling restaurant, was forced to close its original location in Arcadia. → Read More

Violent confrontation between LA County Sheriff's deputy, driver caught on video

Disturbing video from a confrontation between an LASD deputy and a driver in Lynwood shows what appears to be a controversial use of force. In the video, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy enters a vehicle and begins punching the driver. → Read More

Violent confrontation between LA County Sheriff's deputy, driver caught on video

Disturbing video from a confrontation between an LASD deputy and a driver in Lynwood shows what appears to be a controversial use of force. In the video, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy enters a vehicle and begins punching the driver. → Read More

Violent confrontation between LA County Sheriff's deputy, driver caught on video

Disturbing video from a confrontation between an LASD deputy and a driver in Lynwood shows what appears to be a controversial use of force. In the video, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy enters a vehicle and begins punching the driver. → Read More

Violent confrontation between deputy, driver in Lynwood caught on video

Disturbing video shows what appears to be an controversial use of force by a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy entering a vehicle and punching the driver. → Read More

Goodwill SoCal trying to close digital divide as more rely on technology amid coronavirus pandemic

As unemployment skyrockets nationwide during the coronavirus pandemic, Goodwill is trying to help those who may not have the needed technology find a job. → Read More

Commercial cleaning company hiring in several SoCal cities

The demand for cleaning and disinfectant services is soaring amid the coronavirus pandemic, many companies in that industry are hiring, including in Southern California. → Read More

'This is where I was called to be and this is my purpose': SoCal first responders describe battling coronavirus in New York

A paramedic and an EMT who work in Southern California crossed paths for the first time while on the East Coast to help battle the coronavirus pandemic. They described the dire situation in New York, where they really felt the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic firsthand. → Read More

Minority Health Institute to host a town hall addressing the COVID-19 impact on black communities

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected black and minority communities at a disproportionate rate than the county as a whole. A town hall on Thursday hopes to address some of the health, economic, and social problems facing black Angelenos to help educate and empower the community. → Read More

Atwater Village jewelry stop ransacked, burglarized during coronavirus closure

Police are looking for three persons of interest caught on surveillance video burglarizing Atwater Village jewelry store Han Cholo, which was closed down due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

COVID-19 is now the leading cause of death in L.A. County, public health director says

As the number of coronavirus-related deaths nears 800 in Los Angeles County, the public health director says the respiratory illness is now the leading cause of death in the county. → Read More

Many US citizens excluded from receiving stimulus checks due to spouse's immigration status

As millions of Americans receive a stimulus check, others are getting a reality check. Many U.S. citizens are excluded because of their's spouse's immigration status. → Read More

Survey looks at how coronavirus economic crisis hurting Latino families

A new survey finds nearly two-thirds of Latinos in the U.S have lost their jobs or face growing financial hardship during the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Airport workers worried about job security, health during coronavirus pandemic

Many SoCal airport workers are worried about their financial security, and about having the right equipment to protect their health during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus: STEM school in Paramount sees distance learning success with innovative lesson plans

Odyssey STEM Academy in Paramount engages high school students through fun, environmentally-sustainable virtual lessons; helping to build lifelong habits in students. → Read More

'None of us want to die in here': Chino prison inmates speak about COVID-19 fears

In California's crowded prisons and jails, the threat of the rapidly spreading coronavirus induces a sense of fear and helplessness. → Read More