Rachel Jordan, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Rachel Jordan

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Long Beach, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Rachel:

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

CSULB under fire for dumping dirt, trash on sacred Native American grounds

Heaping piles of dirt from a construction site canvas the 22-acre plot of sacred Native American land on the Cal State Long Beach campus, known to the Acjachemen nation as "Puvunga." → Read More

Long Beach artist draws from experience as farmworker

Oaxacan-born artist, Narsiso Martinez, depicts intimate vignettes on discarded produce boxes to shed light on the lives of migrant farmworkers. → Read More

San Pedro has a snail problem. Here's how you can help.

Hoards of white garden snails are invading a nature preserve in San Pedro, killing native plants. → Read More

'Glove Boat' crew cruises Long Beach waters to clean up trash

Long Beach locals are cleaning up the ocean aboard the Glove Boat, one trash cruise at a time. → Read More

Beer Yoga in Long Beach: yes, it's a thing

Don't spill your beer! Sip while you pose this summer at the Federal Bar in downtown Long Beach during Beer Yoga. → Read More

These Long Beach skater girls have moxie

After 10 years in Long Beach, the women at Moxi Roller Skate Shop are still living up to the store's name. → Read More

Long Beach renames firefighter training center after slain Capt. David Rosa on one-year anniversary of his death

Hundreds gather as Long Beach unveils a memorial sign at the firefighter training facility that honors slain Fire Capt. David Rosa on the one-year anniversary of his death. → Read More

'Mother Teresa of Long Beach' helps food pantry serve 13,000 meals per year

Lutheran Social Services Southern California has helped the Long Beach community since 1983, serving over 1,000 people each month. → Read More

Skateboarding while blind: When technology replaces sight

A degenerative disorder left skateboarder Justin Bishop blind at the age of 25, but he doesn't let his disability stop him from pursuing his dream. → Read More

Female skaters shred stereotypes at 2019 Dew Tour in Long Beach

Women skateboarders from all over the world are competing in Long Beach in the hopes of making the 2020 Olympic team. → Read More

Wilmington nonprofit sends Phineas Banning HS seniors to prom

A Needy Wilmington is making prom a reality for 10 low-income high school seniors at Phineas Banning High School. → Read More

Long Beach woman brings beauty to the streets of Skid Row

Shirley Raines offers makeovers, food, showers and compassion to the homeless women on Skid Row. → Read More

Getting around Long Beach via water taxi

Long Beach Transit now offers its daily, affordable water taxi service throughout the summer. → Read More

Long Beach commuters prefer bus during Metro Blue Line closure

Long Beach commuters say temporary shuttle bus is a cheap, safe and easy alternative during Metro Blue Line closure. → Read More

Meet the world's only transgender mariachi woman

Trans woman, Natalia Marie Melendez, is challenging stereotypes in mariachi culture. → Read More