Leticia Juarez, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Leticia Juarez

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Leticia:

Maya Millette disappearance: Family hopes search will attract as much attention as Gabby Petito case

The massive search effort for 22-year-old social media influencer Gabby Petito has Maricris Drouaillet of Riverside asking why her own sister's missing person case hasn't received the same attention. → Read More

Riverside Philharmonic preparing for return to live performances after 18 months

The Riverside Philharmonic is getting local young musicians involved as it prepares for a return to live concerts after 18 months off during the pandemic. → Read More

Back on campus after a long wait: UC students move in to dorms

After being away from school for more than a year, students at UC Riverside and other colleges are excited to move back onto campus. → Read More

SoCal Jews mark Yom Kippur with fasting, prayer and online services

Many Jews throughout the Southland marked Yom Kippur by attending virtual services via Zoom. → Read More

Mt. San Jacinto College football team sidelined by COVID-19

Football players at Mt. San Jacinto College have been sidelined by COVID just as they were preparing to take on rival Riverside Community College. → Read More

California recall election: 108 polling places open in LA County for early in-person voting

With California's recall Election Day less than two weeks away, 108 polling places were opened in Los Angeles County for early, in-person voting. → Read More

Murrieta family blames California's mental health system for 20-year-old son's death

A Murrieta mother says her 20-year-old son died after a broken mental health system failed him. → Read More

5 SoCal Girl Scouts' projects land at Space Station as part of 'Making Space for Girls' contest

The 'Making Space for Girls' contest selected science projects by five SoCal Girl Scouts to rocket to the Space Station! → Read More

Norco community holds memorial hike to honor local Marine killed in Kabul attack

A memorial hike was held Sunday morning in honor of U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Kareem Nikoui, a Norco native who was one of 13 American service members killed in the bombing attack on Kabul. → Read More

Kabul attack: 3 SoCal Marines among the fatalities in airport bombing

Marines from Norco, Rancho Cucamonga and the Coachella Valley were among the fatalities in a suicide bombing at the Kabul airport. → Read More

SoCal college students welcomed back to campus with new COVID safety rules

SoCal colleges are welcoming students back after an 18-month absence with new safety rules in place. → Read More

California recall election: Gov. Newsom brings his 'Vote No' campaign to LA area

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Saturday in Commerce he held the first of two "Vote No" recall campaign events in the Los Angeles area. → Read More

Riverside County foster parents charged in death of disabled teen girl appear in court

A Riverside County couple charged in the death of a disabled teenager who was living at their foster home appeared in court. They are charged with multiple felonies, including murder and sexual abuse. → Read More

Back to school: Why some SoCal parents are opting to keep kids in remote school

"As an immune compromised parent, I have to keep myself safe. As a single parent, I am all he's got. So if something happens to me, I can't imagine how I am going to leave him," said a parent from Wilmington. → Read More

Child dies after house fire erupts in Moreno Valley; several injured, including 4 sheriff's deputies

A child was killed in a Moreno Valley house fire that left several other people injured, including four Riverside County sheriff's deputies. → Read More

Road rage suspect followed woman to police station before shootout with officers, authorities say

Police believe road rage triggered a shootout outside the La Habra Police Department that left a suspect dead and a wounded police officer listed in critical but stable condition at an area trauma center. → Read More

Gov. Newsom visits San Bernardino elementary school, touts $123 billion school initiative

Gov. Gavin Newsom touted the state's historic school investment of $123 billion after a visit to Juanita B. Jones Elementary School in San Bernardino. → Read More

Corona movie-theater shooting suspect's attorney may seek mental evaluation

The suspect in the killing of two teens at a Corona movie theater may undergo a mental evaluation following new revelations about a possible motive, his attorney said. → Read More

Fallen officers in Riverside County honored in somber ceremony

The 37th annual Riverside County Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony & Run was held Saturday in Riverside, after the event was postponed twice during the pandemic. → Read More

COVID sticker mandate set to take effect for Montclair city employees who choose to go maskless

Starting Monday in Montclair, city workers who choose not to wear a mask must wear stickers that prove they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More