Christina Pascucci, FOX 11 Los Angeles

Christina Pascucci

FOX 11 Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Christina:

Good Samaritan rescues 4-year-old from stormwater in El Monte

A man walking his dog is credited with rescuing a 4-year-old boy from a raging storm water. → Read More

South LA car-to-car shooting leaves 1 dead, another injured

One person died at the scene and another was taken to the hospital for treatment. → Read More

Rosemead teacher uses World Cup to teach students about various subjects

Mr. Lopez made learning fun for many students, and his number one team wanted to thank him. → Read More

Hope and homes for foster youth

In seven years, A Sense of Home has created roughly 800 homes for former foster youth in the Los Angeles region. → Read More

Lab-grown meat approved by US as safe to eat

Would you eat lab-grown chicken? A move by the FDA last week could change how we consume meat. → Read More

Female pilots take to the skies for high-speed air race

The Los Angeles Chapter of the Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots is gearing up for this year’s Palms to Pines Air Race. The 2022 edition of the race is a relaunch of the event, which was held annually from 1969 to 2009. From Aug. 11-13, pilots will travel about 750 miles from Santa Monica […] → Read More

As L.A.’s minimum wage is set to rise, voters could drive state’s minimum pay even higher

California’s minimum wage could rise as high as $18 per hour by 2025 for some workers if a ballot measure is approved by voters this November. The minimum wage in Los Angeles is already set to rise from $15 to $16.04 on Friday, but Joe Sanberg, chief advocate of the Living Wage Act of 2022, […] → Read More

6 inmate firefighters suffer burns after crew vehicle catches fire in Castaic area: Officials

Six inmate firefighters were injured when a flash fire occurred in the back of their crew vehicle while working in the Castaic area Tuesday morning. The incident was reported about 11 a.m. near the Golden State Highway and Templin Highway, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. “A flash fire occurred in the back […] → Read More

California’s population fell for 2nd straight year in 2021

The nation’s most populous state is shrinking. California’s population declined again in 2021 for the second consecutive year, state officials said Monday, the result of a slowdown in births and immigration coupled with an increase in deaths and people leaving the state. With an estimated 39,185,605 residents, California is still the U.S.’s most populous state, […] → Read More

Cinco de Mayo carnival shooting leaves man dead in Anaheim

A man was shot and killed moments after a carnival honoring Cinco de Mayo came to an end in Anaheim Sunday night. Officers were called to the north side of La Palma Park shortly after 10 p.m. for a report of shots fired, Anaheim Police Department Officer Carringer said. Investigators said a fight broke out […] → Read More

How L.A. is celebrating Palm Sunday

Christians all over the world are celebrating Palm Sunday, including right here in Los Angeles. It’s a week before Easter Sunday, and also marks the beginning of Holy Week. The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is hosting a gathering for the start of Holy Week, a time when Catholics remember and participate in […] → Read More

KTLA reporter Christina Pascucci heads to Ukraine with humanitarian groups

As the war in Ukraine continues to rage, KTLA 5 reporter Christina Pascucci has traveled to Ukraine to tell the stories of two humanitarian groups that will be providing aid to those in need. She’s traveling with the Los Angeles-based nonprofit Children of War Foundation, as well as the Novick Global Cardiac Alliance, which will […] → Read More

‘Someone is paying attention to what we’re doing’: SoCal man given Super Bowl tickets for work with homeless vets

Darryl Vincent, who has spent two decades serving thousands of homeless veterans in Los Angeles and across the country, recently got the surprise of a lifetime when the football fan learned he was going to Super Bowl LVI, courtesy of the NFL. Vincent found out about the gesture during what he thought was a meeting […] → Read More

Overnight fire destroys 8 vehicles, damages several others in Santa Clarita; arson team called

An arson team is investigating after several cars and a carport were burned when a fire erupted in Santa Clarita early Thursday morning. The incident was reported around 1:30 a.m. in the 27300 block of Camp Plenty Road, a Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesperson confirmed. Arriving firefighters found several cars engulfed in flames. The […] → Read More

Storm brings evacuation warnings to flood-prone areas of Southern California

Southland areas vulnerable to mudslides and flooding are being put under evacuation warnings as the first in a series of storms arrives Thursday. Three to 6 inches of rain is forecast to fall in the local mountain and foothill areas between Wednesday and Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. A flood watch is in […] → Read More

Woman, cat rescued amid ‘volcano of water’ that hit Silverado Canyon homes

A woman and her cat were among several rescues Orange County Fire Authority crews were called on to make Tuesday as a powerful storm pushed mud and debris through the Silverado Canyon area. The storm dropped more than 4.6 inches of rain in less than 24 hours, turning a street called Water Way into a […] → Read More

California cleans up after record-breaking storm drenches state, triggers mudslides

Cleanup was under way after a powerful storm swept through California, setting rainfall records in the drought-stricken state but also triggering rescue efforts on a raging river and in canyon communities hit by mudslides. The National Weather Service reported remarkable rainfall, including 11 inches (28 centimeters) over 72 hours at Mount Tamalpais just north of […] → Read More

3 vehicles swept into raging L.A. River storm waters; search on for victims or survivors

Rescue crews are trying to locate three drivers whose cars ended up in the rain-swollen Los Angeles River Tuesday morning. The first incident was reported about 5:39 a.m. as a rollover crash in the 1600 block of North Main Street, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson confirmed. No vehicle was found at the location when […] → Read More

SoCal Thanksgiving travel: Busiest times on the road, most popular destinations, record gas prices

The Automobile Club of Southern California projects that 4.4 million Southern Californians will travel during the Thanksgiving holiday period this year. The majority of Southland residents will travel by automobile — despite having to pay the highest gas prices ever for this time of year. About 3.8 million Southern California travelers are expected to take a road […] → Read More

Man fatally wounded in West Covina police shooting

A man was fatally wounded after a West Covina police officer opened fire on Monday afternoon, authorities reported. Sheriff’s detectives responded around 12:30 p.m. to the 700 block of North Sunset Avenue to assist the West Covina Police Department, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported. Video from the scene showed yellow crime scene tape […] → Read More