Marla Tellez, FOX 11 Los Angeles

Marla Tellez

FOX 11 Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Marla:

California mom goes viral after catching foul ball while holding baby

Usually, it's the players that make dazzling catches, but this time a California mom is taking the spotlight. → Read More

In Depth: Rising Up

Long-time civil rights activist Connie Rice discusses the impact of the George Floyd killing, how the Derek Chauvin conviction was a fluke and what she calls “bluewashing” to prevent the public from finding out what really happens during violent police incidents. → Read More

In Depth: Mental health and COVID-19

Marla Tellez hosts in place of Hal Eisner. She is joined by Psychiatrist Dr. Ricardo Whyte of Dignity Health Community Hospital and CHLA Psychologist Karen Rogers to discuss the consequences the pandemic has had on the nation’s mental health and how we can best recover. → Read More

4 generations of health care: Mom-and-daughter duo continue family legacy

For four generations, a South Bay family continues to dedicate themselves to health care. → Read More

In Depth: COVID-19 long haulers, stimulus payments, real estate

LOS ANGELES - Segment one – Long haulers Marla Tellez hosts in place of Hal Eisner. She is joined by Diana Berrent, the founder of Survivor Corps, a grassroots movement to help COVID long haulers support each other and help medical professionals and scientists try to find answers to the medical mysteries. Berrent talks about the ailments that plague the long-haulers, one of the treatments that… → Read More

Inglewood first-grader steals the show with poem on Zoom

FOX 11 unintentionally came across this superstar first-grader after LAUSD Superintendent concluded his weekly conference call. → Read More

Woman turns ordinary LA street corners into sidewalk symphony with her violin

She has a knack for turning an ordinary street corner into a sidewalk symphony. → Read More

California exodus: Many leaving state amid COVID-19 pandemic

Why are people leaving California? → Read More

Flu rates down nationwide

While COVID-19 cases are rising, flu cases are not. → Read More

Entire family contracts COVID-19 after visiting grandma and grandpa

Up until October, this now-family of four had done everything right to avoid getting COVID-19. → Read More

LA clinic fights ovarian and breast cancers, offers free service to at risk women

On the very same day, Amy Cohen Epstein lost her mother, Lynne Cohen, to ovarian cancer nearly 23 years ago, Amy and her siblings launched the Lynne Cohen Foundation which has been saving lives ever since. → Read More

U-Haul stolen, Lakewood family searching for answers

The Hernandez family of Lakewood had packed up everything. → Read More

Woman, man fatally shot in Agoura Hills; Authorities investigating as murder-suicide

The LA County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a murder-suicide in Agoura Hills, officials said Monday. → Read More

Local ER doctor's perfectly healthy wife battled COVID-19

Dr. Troy Pennington's wife, Loren, is a picture of perfect health - someone who runs five to seven miles a day. So, when the 31-year-old wife and mother contracted COVID-19, both were stunned. → Read More

John Ridley's 2017 documentary about LAPD getting renewed attention

John Ridley won an Academy Award for his adapted screenplay of “12 Years A Slave.” That was almost ten years ago. → Read More

California Attorney General announces proposals for police reform

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra held a virtual press conference Monday morning to announce his proposals for police reform. → Read More

Crossfit CEO announces resignation after controversial tweet

The CEO of CrossFit is stepping down and retiring. Greg Glassman’s announcement comes Tuesday night, just days after sending a polarizing tweet that has resulted in lost affiliations. → Read More

Suspects caught on camera during looting of Long Beach vape shop

Eight days after a Long Beach vape shop was looted, we're getting a look at the surveillance video that shows multiple suspects who still haven't been caught. → Read More

Most summer camps to be held virtually due to pandemic

In “A New California", parents, the good news is your kids can still go to summer camp this year. → Read More

A look into LA County courtrooms and how they plan to operate during the pandemic

A look at Los Angeles County courts during the pandemic paints a barren, murky picture. → Read More