Leanne Suter, ABC7 Eyewitness News

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ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Moviegoers rejoice as Rose Bowl turns into drive-in theater this summer

The Rose Bowl in Pasadena will not have a fireworks display this holiday weekend, but it is host to the latest drive-in movie theater in Southern California. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: 80-year-old pilot speaks out after harrowing plane crash at Upland airport captured on video

EXCLUSIVE: David Reser spoke to Eyewitness News about the moment the small plane crashed while attempting to land at an airport in Upland. → Read More

Dodgers lawsuit: Family alleges stadium security targeted them as Latinos

Several members of a family are expected to sue the Dodgers after they say they were beaten by security guards because they are Latino. → Read More

Protesters want to 'defund the LAPD' and other police agencies after George Floyd's death

Protesters are pushing to "defund the police" over the death of George Floyd and other black Americans killed by law enforcement. Their chant has become rallying cry. → Read More

Hundreds march through Hollywood demanding justice, reform

Demonstrators gathered in Beverly Hills Thursday evening after marching for miles through parts of L.A. to protest the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minnesota and incidents of police violence. → Read More

George Floyd protests continue in Los Angeles, Santa Monica and across Southern California as demonstrators demand justice

Hundreds of people again took to the streets of Southern California Thursday for marches sparked by the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minnesota, and long-simmering frustrations over incidents of police brutality. → Read More

Peaceful protesters at Pasadena demonstration demand justice, equality

A George Floyd protest in Pasadena had hundreds show up demanding for justice and equality. → Read More

'This is how we feel every day' - protester compares violence in LA to racial inequality in society

"The damage tonight is necessary. You know why? Because this is how we feel every day walking down the street." One protester expresses her feelings about the chaos overcoming LA. → Read More

Manhattan Beach allows for small retailers to reopen with restrictions despite state orders

Manhattan Beach asked permission from the county and the state this week to reopen small businesses, and while the county said yes, the state has not. → Read More

Seal Beach police enforce physical distancing at beach

Police on ATVs were out on patrol in Seal Beach making sure people followed the rules on the sand as the beach was open during the weekend. → Read More

Coronavirus: Stir crazy Angelenos find active, safe ways to enjoy SoCal sun

After seven weeks under the safer-at-home order, some say they're going stir crazy and need to get outdoors safely, which is allowed and encouraged. Some Angelenos say it's become part of their daily survival through biking, exercising and picnicking. → Read More

Coronavirus: Newport Beach to consider shutting down beaches on weekends

Newport Beach city officials are expected to hold a meeting Tuesday to consider shutting down beaches for the next few weekends. → Read More

'We are not broken,' Garcetti vows in LA State of the City address

In his State of the City address Mayor Eric Garcetti said Los Angeles feels like it's under attack during the coronavirus crisis, but he vowed "we are not broken." → Read More

Ventura County takes steps toward easing stay-at-home restrictions but officials urge caution

Ventura County began taking steps to slowly ease stay-at-home restrictions by reopening some parks as officials say residents have been heeding those orders amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

St. Vincent hospital in Westlake District reopens to treat COVID-19 patients

A hospital in the Westlake District is reopening to help address the outbreak of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County. → Read More

SoCal restaurants adapt for Easter, packing meals to go and giving away food

Restaurants that are normally busy on Easter Sunday are adapting their ways, packing complete brunches to go and even giving away free meals. → Read More

Coronavirus: Officials urge LA County residents to skip grocery shopping, stay home this week

Officials are advising all residents of Los Angeles County to stay home this week, which they are calling critical in the widespread efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus taking a toll on SoCal law enforcement

Local police and sheriff's deputies are making some changes to how they patrol the streets and interact with the public during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

LA County Sheriff Villanueva again orders shutdown of gun stores

LA County Sheriff Villanueva is again saying gun stores should close, after briefly backing off that position earlier in the week, with exceptions for police and security personnel. → Read More

Coronavirus: LAUSD to close schools amid COVID-19 outbreak

The LAUSD has announced it will close starting Monday in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. → Read More