Miriam Hernandez, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Miriam Hernandez

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Miriam:

Influenza patient recounts monthslong hospitalization, urges others to get flu shot

Flu patient Lynette Delgadillo is speaking out about how her life was changed, all because she missed her flu shot. → Read More

Consumer watchdog slams Newsom, CA lawmakers over COVID hypocrisy

At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, questions of credibility swirl as new details emerge about the failure of some elected leaders to follow safety protocols. → Read More

UCLA study identifies LA County neighborhoods most vulnerable to COVID-19 for vaccine priority

A UCLA report identifies which L.A. County neighborhoods are most vulnerable to COVID-19 and should get priority in getting a vaccine. → Read More

'We are long overdue' say Latino leaders seeking to sway governor's pick for US Senate

Latino leaders in California are uniting to request that Governor Gavin Newsom name a Latino to replace outgoing Senator Kamala Harris. → Read More

5 books temporarily removed from reading list at Southern CA schools amid outcry from parents

The iconic novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" is among five books on race that have been temporarily removed from the required reading list in the Burbank Unified School District after complaints from parents. → Read More

5 books temporarily removed from reading list for Burbank schools amid outcry from parents

The iconic novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" is among five books on race that have been temporarily removed from the required reading list in the Burbank Unified School District after complaints from parents. → Read More

1 year after Saugus school shooting, victim's photo inspires campaign to help troubled teens

A startling photo of 15-year old Gracie Muelhberger has inspired a campaign to help troubled teens before they resort to the type of violence that claimed her life. → Read More

Beverly Hills police investigating attack at local restaurant as hate crime

Beverly Hills police are investigating a suspected hate crime after a group allegedly made pro-Armenia comments while ransacking a restaurant and attacking employees Wednesday night. → Read More

Woman investigated for voter intimidation after allegedly collecting ballots from South LA senior home

A criminal investigation into potential voter intimidation is underway as authorities search for a woman who may have swiped ballots from senior citizens living in South Los Angeles' Jefferson Park. → Read More

West Hollywood business owners board up storefronts ahead of possible election turmoil

The anxiety level in West Hollywood can be measured by the number of storefronts boarded with plywood. → Read More

All Good News: Therapy garden helps La Mirada woman work through tough times

Like so many others, Debbie Fitzhugh was left without a job during the pandemic. She found the solution for stress in her own backyard. → Read More

Suspect arrested in 1996 cold case murder of Boyle Heights teen

The bereaved family of 17-year old Gladys Arellano waited 25 years to hear an announcement made Wednesday by cold case detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. → Read More

Activists demand release of bodycam video after LASD deputy shoots, kills man in Willowbrook

Fred Williams shooting: Civil rights leaders are calling for the release of bodycam footage after a L.A. County sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man in Willowbrook. → Read More

Garcetti, Schiff declare support for Armenia as protests held across LA

Mayor Eric Garcetti and other Southern California leaders on Monday stood in solidarity with Armenia amid its ongoing conflict with Azerbaijan. → Read More

SoCal family mourns death of father after COVID-19 ravages household

Jose Blanco and his family in Southern California had smiled even through the hardships of life below the poverty line, but COVID-19 struck them all when they were already at risk. → Read More

Mutual admiration between Nixon and Trump revealed in letters archived at presidential library in Yorba Linda

A dive into the archives at the Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda took two years but at the end of the exploration curators uncovered evidence of a fondness between President Donald Trump and former President Richard Nixon. → Read More

Northgate Market: An Anaheim immigrant family built an empire from a corner store

Northgate Gonzalez Markets grew from a modest liquor store in the Northgate section of Anaheim to a family-run supermarket empire with 41 Southland stores. → Read More

Chino man donates handmade desks to help distance-learning students amid COVID-19

A Chino man's talent for carpentry and heart for giving is transforming the lives of students who lacked an essential tool for remote learning. → Read More

Southern California counties lagging in 2020 US census count

From artful billboards to mini-parades of honking cars, stakeholders in the U.S. Census are sounding off to get everyone counted. → Read More

COVID-19: SoCal doctors deliver baby while mother in coma

A woman from Adelanto, stricken with COVID-19 while 28 weeks pregnant, is thanking doctors at Loma Linda University Medical Center for what she calls a miracle. → Read More