Josh Haskell, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Josh Haskell

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Josh:

Moorpark company Covered 6 trains veterans for jobs in private security

Moorpark-based company Covered 6 has trained thousands of people for jobs in the private security industry -- 80% of those trained are veterans. → Read More

Pregnant mother of 6 killed in hit-and-run while collecting cans to recycle in South LA

A pregnant mother of six was collecting bottles and cans to recycle them for money when she was killed in a hit-and-run in her South Los Angeles neighborhood. → Read More

Santa Monica man clashing with city over handing out food to homeless in Reed Park

A man and his organization that works to feed homeless people in a Santa Monica park is butting heads with the city who wants him to change locations. → Read More

12-year-old boy suffered permanent brain damage after bullying incident, lawsuit says

The family of teenage boy who was bullied at a Los Angeles charter school is suing the school and the organization that manages it. → Read More

Bernie Sanders rallies supporters in Santa Monica

Part of Santa Monica turned into Bernie Sanders country Friday as hundreds of supporters lined up to to hear the Vermont senator talk about his proposals. → Read More

Presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg make the rounds in Los Angeles

Democratic Presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg made stops in Los Angeles Thursday to rally voters and raise money. → Read More

Santa Clarita couple runs nonprofit for veterans

Since 2015, Judith and Elliott Wolfe have dedicated their lives to helping veterans. They started Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative. → Read More

Joe Biden makes campaign stop in South L.A.

During a campaign stop, former Vice President Joe Biden served breakfast to community and faith leaders in South Los Angeles. → Read More

'Know your rights' workshops aim at helping L.A.'s immigrant community amid potential ICE raids

Several groups in Los Angeles are coming together in an attempt to help immigrants know their rights amid potential ICE raids. → Read More

2 hospitalized after being deliberately struck by hit-and-run driver in Fullerton, police say

Two pedestrians were hospitalized after being deliberately struck by a hit-and-run driver early Saturday morning on a street in Fullerton, authorities said. → Read More

City leaders introduce Ready Your L.A. Neighborhood program in wake of recent quakes

As aftershocks from last week's large earthquakes continue to shake Southern California, Los Angeles city leaders and first responders launched a citywide preparedness effort. → Read More

FBI investigating rogue deputy group at East L.A. sheriff's station

The FBI is investigating a rogue group of deputies at the sheriff's East Los Angeles station, a sheriff oversight committee said Thursday. → Read More

El Monte police continue searching for man suspected of impersonating officer, sexually assaulting woman

El Monte police continue searching for a man who allegedly impersonated an officer and sexually assaulted a woman during a traffic stop. → Read More

La Puente fireworks show sees less attendees after recent shootings

A heavy police presence kept things safe and sane for Wednesday night's annual pre-Fourth of July fireworks extravaganza in La Puente, as the threat of gang violence kept some people on edge. → Read More

Stolen equipment belonging to Bell Gardens Youth Football league leaves season in doubt

Some of the 120 kids who play in Bell Gardens Youth Football and cheer tossed the football at Bell Gardens High School Tuesday to distract themselves from the news that their season is now in jeopardy. → Read More

Border agents' secret Facebook page with disturbing posts is under investigation

An investigation is underway into a secret Facebook group of border patrol agents accused of joking about the deaths of migrants. → Read More

Grocery workers gain strike support

On Monday, unions representing hundreds of thousands of grocery workers added their support to the grocery union weighing whether to walk off the job. → 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

Santa Anita workers worried about their jobs hold rally

Hundreds rallied at Santa Anita Park in support of the 3,000 track employees who take care of the horses. → Read More

Los Angeles Pride: Parade route, street closures, ticket information

Los Angeles is getting ready for the weekend's Pride events, and some street closures are already in place ahead of Friday night's opening ceremony. → Read More