Rachel Jordan, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Rachel Jordan

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Long Beach, CA, United States

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Past articles by Rachel:

You received a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Now what?

After you receive the second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, what can you safely do? An infectious disease specialist answers your questions. → Read More

100-year-old golfer celebrates birthday on the links in Long Beach

"I'm just glad that I'm able to be out here," 100-year-old Evelyn Haesloop said while celebrating her milestone birthday at Skylinks golf course in Long Beach. → Read More

Kobe Bryant memorabilia is still in high demand by fans one year after his death

South Bay Baseball Cards sold out of Kobe Bryant memorabilia within hours following his tragic death. One year later, owner Ian Allen said Kobe merch is hard to come by. → Read More

Army veteran shares her battle with long-term effects of COVID-19

Yvette Paz, 31, recounts her battle with COVID-19 and the long-term effects, both physical and psychological, that she's struggling with today. → Read More

Long Beach elects first Cambodian American council member in 2020 election

Suely Saro will be the first Cambodian American elected to the city council in Long Beach following the Nov. 3 election. → Read More

CA bill would require employers to disclose COVID-19 exposure in the workplace

Employers would be required to notify employees about possible COVID-19 exposure on the job under a new bill introduced by State Assemblymember Eloise Reyes. → Read More

Caught on camera: Man vandalizes George Floyd mural in Long Beach

After a person was caught on camera defacing a mural of George Floyd on a boarded-up storefront in Long Beach, community members are seeking answers. → Read More

Is Zoom safe? What to know about the popular app

Here's what you should know about "Zoom bombing" and what you can do to prevent it. → Read More

Everything you need to know about DIY haircare during COVID-19

Before you break out the scissors and trimmers, take some advice from professional hairstylist Anthony Defalco about how to cut your own hair at home during the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

Volunteerism drops for nonprofits amid coronavirus concerns

How is the coronavirus outbreak affecting local nonprofits that provide essential services for homebound clients? → Read More

How Long Beach is preparing for the coronavirus

From the airport to homeless services to the port, here's how Long Beach is taking precaution against the coronavirus. → Read More

Lynwood hosts community viewing of Kobe and Gianna Bryant memorial service

Fans unable to get a seat at the Staples Center gathered at the Lynwood Community Center to celebrate the life of Kobe and Gianna Bryant. → Read More

Long Beach chef teaches the art of tamales

"It's almost like a present," said the chef and owner of Long Beach's Lola's Mexican Cuisine, Luis Navarro, who teaches the community how to make the traditional holiday tamale. → Read More

Piglets in Long Beach are looking for a forever home

Lotus and Otis, 4-month-old Vietnamese potbelly pigs, were found roaming the streets of North Long Beach. → Read More

This School Teacher Is a Seahorse Whisperer

Roger Hanson is a 69-year-old retired schoolteacher known as the "seahorse whisperer." Almost every day, the Iowa native drives 80 miles from his home to Long Beach, CA, where the experienced diver has maintained an underwater sanctuary for a rare colony of Pacific seahorses since 2016. → Read More

Meet the photographer documenting homelessness in SoCal

David Freeman, 77, of Long Beach, retired three years ago and found a new purpose: documenting homelessness across Southern California. → Read More

Here's an option for LAX travelers who want to avoid rideshare

For travelers trying to escape the LAX-it rideshare chaos, the FlyAway Bus is a cheap, convenient way to get to and from LAX. → Read More

Community Journalists share tips on how to save money in SoCal

Here are some ways that ABC7's Community Journalists are saving money living in costly Southern California. → Read More

Wilmington student leads the way for climate change

Harbor Teacher Prep Academy student Victor Jimenez is making a difference in his community of Wilmington through climate action. → Read More

APLA Health clinic in Long Beach steps up in fight against HIV/AIDS

Each year, AIDS Walk LA raises funds for organizations in the fight against HIV and AIDS, including APLA's Health clinic in Long Beach. → Read More