Leticia Juarez, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Leticia Juarez

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Leticia:

Free dental care draws hundreds to National Orange Show in San Bernardino

Nearly 2,000 people were expected to attend a free two-day dental clinic taking place at the National Orange Show in San Bernardino. → Read More

Redlands students don superhero capes to raise childhood cancer awareness, support classmate

Redlands Christian School students came dressed in superhero capes to support fellow classmate, 8-year-old Frankie Grieco-Roth Friday. → Read More

Joshua Tree getaway turns into vacation nightmare for Ontario friends

A weekend getaway stay at a Joshua Tree Airbnb for Erik Castro and his friends to celebrate a birthday Saturday turned into a nightmare. → Read More

2-year-old Riverside girl meets heroes who saved her after almost drowning

A 2-year-old girl who nearly drowned in a Riverside pool and her family got to reunite with the first responders who helped save her life. → Read More

Hemet day care operator pleads guilty to manslaughter in suffocating death of 7-month-old

A woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter as part of a plea agreement in the suffocating death of an infant who died at her unlicensed day care facility in Hemet back in 2017. → Read More

Tenaja Fire: Containment of 2,000-acre brush fire near Murrieta rises to 35 percent; mandatory evacuation orders lifted

A brush fire possibly ignited by lightning near Murrieta burned 2,000 acres and was 35% contained Saturday morning as firefighters anticipated full containment by Tuesday. → Read More

Tenaja Fire: Mandatory evacuation orders lifted after blaze burns 2,000 acres near Murrieta, containment rises to 20 percent

All mandatory evacuations orders were lifted Friday morning for a 2,000-acre wildfire burning just west of Murrieta that threatened hundreds of homes and prompted the closure of nearby schools. → Read More

Tenaja Fire scorches 1,974 acres near Murrieta, 10 percent contained; evacuations remain in effect

Firefighters continued to battle a fast-moving blaze Thursday in the La Cresta community near Murrieta where 1,974 acres were scorched and residential evacuations were ordered. → Read More

Tenaja Fire scorches 2,000 acres near Murrieta, 7 percent contained; evacuations remain in effect

Firefighters continued to battle a fast-moving blaze Thursday in the La Cresta community near Murrieta where 2,000 acres were scorched and residential evacuations were ordered. → Read More

$50,000 reward offered after 18-year-old woman shot, killed in Santa Ana

A mother is asking for the public's help in finding the suspect who fatally shot her 18-year-old daughter. → Read More

CHP investigating crash between Riverside PD, Caltrans that left officer with serious injuries

A Riverside police officer is recovering from injuries he suffered during a collision with a Caltrans vehicle as an investigation is underway into what caused the crash. → Read More

$58K offered to find person responsible for killing more than 4 dozen federally protected burros

The Bureau of Land Management is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is behind the killing of wild burros along the California and Nevada border. → Read More

Sister of Costa Mesa fire captain killed honors his memory with tattoo

The sister of an Orange County fire captain killed almost one year ago remembered her brother through a piece of permanent art. → Read More

West Covina missing person case: 3 detained in La Verne after gloves, bloody clothing found in trunk

A SWAT team descended on a home in La Verne and three people were detained amid the ongoing search for a West Covina man who has been missing since last week. → Read More

Fallen CHP Officer Andre Moye Jr. remembered by Caltrans colleagues

Fallen California Highway Patrol Officer Andre Moye Jr. is remembered fondly by the men and women he worked alongside with at Caltrans. → Read More

2 years after closing, Louis Robidoux Nature Center Jurupa Valley to reopen

The Louis Robidoux Nature Center in Jurupa Valley has been closed to the public for two years but a new partnership will help restore and reopen the center. → Read More

Murrieta company has hand in building US military's F-35

Employees at II-VI Optics Systems in Murrieta were treated to a flight simulation of the F-35 Lightning II. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga elementary school principal beats rare cancer with 'superhero' help and support

A Rancho Cucamonga school principal is back to handing out high-fives to students after beating a rare form of cancer. → Read More

College-bound Riverside teen pulled out of chronic homelessness with help of housing project

The Grove Community Church in Riverside is where Jayden Yarbrough found a place to call home after months of sleeping on friend's couches, cars and, at times, in the park. → Read More

60 Freeway closure: Residents, businesses preparing for delays and detours

Drivers along State Route 60 are going to have to figure out another way around a 12-mile stretch of highway for the next 15 weekends in a row. → Read More