Eileen Frere, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Eileen Frere

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by EILEEN:

SoCal mom who died after battle with leukemia remembered for her fighting spirit

Friends and family are remembering Susie Rabaca, the San Pedro mother of five whose public battle with leukemia touched thousands of lives. → Read More

3 dead after being swept out to sea in Ventura County, fire officials say

Three people are dead after they were washed off rocks and into the ocean in Ventura County Thursday evening, fire officials say. → Read More

Police investigating former Arcadia High School student over sexual assault allegations

Arcadia police say an investigation is underway after the department learned about sexual assault allegations through social media involving former and present students at Arcadia High School. → Read More

After losing father, grandmother to COVID-19, Koreatown family seeks lung transplant for their mother

A sister and brother from Koreatown are in desperate need of a lung transplant for their mother after their father and grandmother died from the novel coronavirus. → Read More

All Black Lives Matter mural on Hollywood Boulevard staying in place for now

After Sunday's massive All Black Lives Matter march through Hollywood, L.A. Councilman Mitch O'Farrell is seeking a permanent installation to the art. → Read More

After questions over response to looting, petition to fire Santa Monica police chief gets 59K signatures

Dozens of businesses in Santa Monica were looted after mostly peaceful protests were followed by chaos, prompting many to criticize the police's response to the violence. → Read More

Protester speaks out after being struck by police vehicle in downtown LA

A woman seen on video being struck by a police cruiser during a protest in downtown L.A. says her attorney is filing a government claim against the city and the LAPD. → Read More

Marine vet injured by police rubber bullets at Fairfax protest

A Marine Corps veteran is recovering after he says he was seriously injured by police rubber bullets during Saturday's protest in the Fairfax district. → Read More

San Bernardino County public service announcement reminds businesses, customers of safety guidelines

San Bernardino County is putting out a strong reminder to business owners and customers to be careful as more establishments gradually reopen. → Read More

Burbank small business owner navigates reopening process for in-store shopping

A small business owner in Burbank is preparing to welcome back customers with strict guidelines in place. → Read More

SoCal hair salons, barbershops ready to reopen under new guidelines

Barbershops and hair salons in Southern California except for Los Angeles County have received the green light to reopen with new rules in place. → Read More

Arleta household shattered after coronavirus kills 2 family members

A family in Arleta devastated by the novel coronavirus is in mourning after losing their mother and grandfather to COVID-19. → Read More

Pandemic job losses hitting women harder than men, USC study finds

A new study has found that more women are becoming unemployed during the coronavirus pandemic than men, and that the SoCal region is seeing more losses than the nation as a whole. → Read More

Long Beach moves forward with plan to use streets for outdoor dining

The city of Long Beach moved forward with an "open streets initiative" intended to close streets to move dining outdoors. → Read More

After recovering from COVID-19, LAPD commander becomes plasma donor to help others

An LAPD commander who has recovered from coronavirus is helping others by donating convalescent plasma. → Read More

Coronavirus: Beachgoers rejoice as LA County beaches partially reopen

L.A. County beaches reopened for the first time in nearly two months after they were ordered closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus: SoCal restaurants waiting to fully reopen scramble to survive amid uncertainty

Southern California restaurants are waiting for the day they can reopen as they change their business model to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Frontline family: Mom and dad, their two adult children all work as nurses at Cedars-Sinai

Four members of the Rue family - two parents and their two adult children - all work as nurses at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. → Read More

Man battles COVID-19 while wife delivers baby in same Baldwin Park hospital

While his wife was giving birth to their first child, a 29-year-old Southern California man was battling coronavirus in the same hospital. → Read More

Coronavirus crisis: Cedars-Sinai nurses share deeply personal stories of working on front lines

Los Angeles nurses, ICU and ER nurses included, are sharing the experiences they've had during the coronavirus pandemic in a very personal way on National Nurses Day. → Read More