Leticia Juarez, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Leticia Juarez

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Leticia:

Apple Fire spreads to 1,900 acres in Riverside County, destroys 1 home as evacuation orders remain in place

A wildfire in the Cherry Valley area of Riverside County remained 0% contained after spreading to 1,900 acres and prompting mandatory evacuation orders. → Read More

Riverside Community Hospital is now the county's first Level 1 trauma center

Riverside Community Hospital is one of the busiest in the Inland Empire, and it's also now the county's first and only Level 1 trauma center after earning the accreditation earlier this month. → Read More

How to protect your children from cybercrime as online learning resumes

As students prepare to resume online learning, authorities warn more children could become targets of cybercrime. → Read More

13-year-old Claremont boy suddenly dies, possibly due to COVID-19

Thirteen-year-old Maxx Cheng had a bright future ahead of him, but on Thursday morning the Claremont teen passed away suddenly. → Read More

Sheep that went missing from Riverside ranch after Fourth of July weekend reunited with family

A beloved sheep is back home with his family after getting out of his enclosure at a Riverside ranch over the Fourth of July weekend. → Read More

Redlands: Employees say Augie's Coffee closed all locations for reasons other than those stated by business

Augie's Coffee is where customers in Riverside, Redlands and Claremont can go to find an oat honey latte or horchata cold-brew for their caffeine fix. → Read More

Star Toys in Brentwood Village shuts doors after 5 decades of delighting children

Star Toys in Brentwood Village is shutting its doors after delighting local children with its array of toys for more than five decades. → Read More

Horse owner in Riverside County blames illegal fireworks for her horse's fatal injuries

Sharon Holmberg is mourning the loss of her 33-year-old Arabian horse Gamara after her beloved pet bolted into corral fencing following a night of fireworks. → Read More

Murals transform Lake Elsinore's historic downtown into art gallery for Black Lives Matter

A Lake Elsinore artist has turned the boards covering businesses into murals supporting peace and the Black Lives Matter movement. → Read More

George Floyd protests: More than 400 arrested, 5 officers hurt amid clashes in downtown Los Angeles

More than 400 people were arrested overnight Friday amid violent protests in downtown Los Angeles, one of several cities across the U.S. where demonstrators took to the streets to express outrage over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. → Read More

Protesters call for LA churches to reopen

Some churchgoers showed up to the downtown Los Angeles Cathedral on Sunday to call for churches to be allowed to reopen. → Read More

Morongo Casino reopens, welcomes back eager guests after monthslong closure

Nine weeks after it was shuttered due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa reopened Friday, drawing in guests who were were eager to enjoy the casino again. → Read More

Montrose farmers market reopens, but vendors worry about attendance amid COVID-19

As certain aspects of daily life slowly start to work their way back, the Montrose Harvest Market reopened on Sunday after the farmers market was shut down back in March. → Read More

OC's high-end South Coast Plaza reopens for curbside service

The South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa has reopened for curbside service as the retail industry struggles to survive amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

San Bernardino County lunch program helps preschoolers stay connected with teachers

San Bernardino County has set up a program to make sure preschoolers get meals at least twice a week amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

LA's California Flower Mall reopens just in time for Mother's Day

While social distancing measures were in place and masks were required, shoppers flocked to the California Flower Mall in downtown LA for Mother's Day. → Read More

'Great Plates Delivered' program helps vulnerable seniors receive free meals during COVID-19 crisis

San Bernardino County employees, gloved and masked, picked up bags containing meals for seniors who signed up for the "Great Plates Delivered" program. On Saturday, they launched the program by fanning out across the region to make deliveries. → Read More

Coronavirus crisis: Colton doctor invents device to protect medical workers caring for COVID-19 patients

A doctor at Colton's Arrowhead Regional Medical Center has invented a mobile isolation unit for COVID-19 patients. → Read More

Hair salon in Corona reopens despite stay-at-home orders

A hair salon in Corona, Calif. is reopening despite Riverside County stay-at-home orders, noting that stylists don't qualify for federal business loans. → Read More

Coronavirus relief: Nonprofit partners with furniture retailer to host emergency mobile food drive in Ontario

Feeding America teamed-up with Mathis Brothers to host an emergency mobile food drive for about a thousand families in Ontario. → Read More