Anabel Munoz, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Anabel Munoz

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Anabel:

Las Vegas mass shooting survivor, Angelenos react to TX, OH mass shootings

As the nation reeled from two mass shootings within 24 hours in Texas and Ohio, a woman in Los Angeles who said she survived the Las Vegas mass shooting described the killings as a never-ending cycle. → Read More

10,500 SCE customers remain without power in Irvine after substation fire, flights resume at John Wayne Airport

A fire at an electrical substation in Orange County caused a power outage that left 28,000 customers in Irvine without power and temporarily grounded all flights at John Wayne Airport, officials said. → Read More

10,500 Irvine customers remain without power after substation fire, flights resume at John Wayne Airport

A fire at an electrical substation in Orange County caused a power outage that left 28,000 customers in Irvine without power and temporarily grounded all flights at John Wayne Airport, officials said. → Read More

LAPD conducts raids in 2 counties, arrests 3 suspects in fatal shooting of Officer Juan Diaz

Los Angeles police conducted raids in two counties on Friday morning and arrested three primary suspects days after the fatal shooting of Officer Juan Jose Diaz. → Read More

Internet-linked cars vulnerable to hackers, consumer group says

A new report based on whistleblower information suggests that cars that can be controlled via the internet are susceptible to massive hacks, particularly from foreign adversaries. → Read More

Community mourns off-duty LAPD officer killed in Lincoln Heights

City flags were at half-staff to honor 24-year-old Juan Jose Diaz, the LAPD officer shot and killed in Lincoln Heights. → Read More

SoCal military couple struggling to find job gets help at Pomona job fair

Transitioning from military service to civilian life is not always easy. That's the case with a young military couple that's expecting. → Read More

Expedited deportations: Legal director explains what they are, what to do

President Donald Trump's "fast-track deportations" took effect Tuesday for anyone who has been in the country illegally for less than two years. → Read More

VIDEO: Mother of 2 taken into custody by ICE in Echo Park as neighbor tries to intervene

A mother of two was taken into custody by ICE agents in the middle of the street in Echo Park. Her neighbor tried to intervene and captured the dramatic moments on video. → Read More

Woman records as neighbor is detained by ICE in Echo Park

A woman pulled out her cellphone when she realized a neighbor was being detained by immigration enforcement officers in Echo Park. → Read More

'Justice for Noah' - activists call for DCFS accountability in Palmdale boy's death

The death of 4-year-old Noah Cuatro in Palmdale is provoking cries for justice and a re-examination of practices at the county Department of Children and Family Services. → Read More

ICE raids that were expected Sunday in SoCal, across U.S. have yet to happen, activists say

Few if any of the immigration raids that were expected across the country had been reported as of Sunday evening, activists said. → Read More

3 Hollywood nightclubs charged with public safety violations

A host of criminal charges, ranging from lack of valid licenses to admitting minors, were filed against three Hollywood nightclubs. → Read More

A look inside 1st fully licensed cannabis-growing business in city of Los Angeles

Alkhemist is described as the first fully licensed cannabis-growing business within the city of Los Angeles. Here's a look inside the facility, which opened its doors for the first time on Tuesday. → Read More

A look inside 1st fully licensed cannabis-growing business is city of Los Angeles city

Alkhemist is described as the first fully licensed cannabis-growing business within the city of Los Angeles. Here's a look inside the facility, which opened its doors for the first time on Tuesday. → Read More

Lawyers speak out for accused La Luz Del Mundo leader Naason Joaquin Garcia

The leader of the Mexico-based megachurch La Luz Del Mundo faces charges including rape of a minor, extortion and human trafficking, but his lawyers are doubling down his defense. → Read More

Chicano artist reproduces historic LGBTQ protest signs

Chicano artist Ruben Esparza creates works of art that educate and empower the LGBTQ community. Esparza's unique style fuses painting, drawing, and digital work with elements of activism, Chicano and Queer culture. → Read More

Sunset shutdown: Boulevard to be partially closed near 405 for a year during electrical work

Westside traffic may be even worse than usual over the next year as the city partially shuts down Sunset Boulevard to improve electrical service in Bel Air and Westwood. → Read More

Fallen L.A. County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Solano honored at memorial service

Memorial services are being held for fallen Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Solano, who was fatally shot in Alhambra earlier this month. → Read More

Fallen L.A. County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Solano to be honored at funeral

Memorial services will be held Monday morning for fallen Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Solano, who was fatally shot in Alhambra earlier this month. → Read More