Leticia Juarez, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Leticia Juarez

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Leticia:

Inland Empire schools beginning to reopen

Little by little, students in the Inland Empire are returning to classrooms. → Read More

LAUSD parents plan Zoom blackout to protest school closures as other school districts open

Some parents are trying to increase the pressure on LAUSD to reopen soon, including plans for a Zoom blackout protest. → Read More

Powerful winds topple trees, dining tents across San Fernando Valley; advisory extended until Monday

Wind advisories remained in effect for Los Angeles and Ventura counties after overnight gusts of up to 55 mph toppled trees in some areas. → Read More

Veterans receive COVID-19 vaccine at Loma Linda VA after clinic receives unexpected doses

A line of veterans stood outside the Loma Linda VA clinic on Saturday as part of an effort to get 1,000 of them their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Wrightwood residents concerned for pet safety after several mountain lion attacks

A Wrightwood man whose dog was attacked by a mountain lion believes the same cougar behind several other attacks in his neighborhood, and that the Bobcat Fire in September is to blame for the cougar's moving closer to populated areas. → Read More

Inland Empire wineries hoping Valentine's Day, Presidents Day weekend will boost business

With Valentine's Day and Presidents Day approaching, Inland Empire wineries are hoping to toast to a busy weekend. → Read More

EDD reform: California lawmakers propose slew of bills after scathing audit report

California state lawmakers are aiming a slew of new bills at the state's broken and fraud ridden unemployment agency following a scathing state audit report and hearing. → Read More

State lawmakers lash out at EDD, demand fixes to help struggling Californians

The process of overhauling California's Employment Development Department should have happened long ago, according to a report by the state's auditor. → Read More

City of Riverside opens first COVID-19 vaccination clinic

The City of Riverside joined other large cities by putting up a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday at the Riverside Convention Center parking lot. → Read More

8,000 Inland Empire residents remain under evacuation orders as storm passes through region

About 8,000 people in Riverside and San Bernardino counties remained under evacuation orders and warnings on Friday as a powerful storm marched across Southern California, raising fears of flash flooding while dumping rain and snow on the region. → Read More

Some LA County Catholic schools prepare for return to the classroom

As COVID-19 cases begin to level off in Los Angeles County, local Catholic schools are preparing for the possibility of a return to in-person learning. → Read More

Los Angeles Muslim leader applauds Biden's reversal of Trump travel ban

President Biden signed a flurry of executive orders, including rolling back the so-called "Muslim Ban" enacted by the previous administration. → Read More

SoCal students discuss Biden inauguration from home in virtual classrooms

Instead of watching and discussing the inauguration together in a classroom, Southern California students watched from home due to coronavirus restrictions. → Read More

Confusion over COVID-19 vaccine websites cause frustration for seniors

There is no shortage of people wanting a COVID-19 vaccine, but getting one can be like taking a shot in the dark. → Read More

Pink's hot dog stand shutting down for several months

Customers lined up to get one last hot dog before Pink's shuts down for a few months amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Fire causes partial collapse of two-story strip mall in Moreno Valley, destroys 14 businesses

A stubborn fire that erupted overnight at a strip mall in Moreno Valley caused a partial collapse of the two-story structure and destroyed nearly every business there. → Read More

More people without underlying conditions are dying from COVID in LA County

"More people than ever are not only passing away, but passing away without any underlying health conditions," said Dr. Barbara Ferrer about COVID deaths in L.A. County. → Read More

Orange County firefighters receive Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

Orange County Fire Authority firefighters rolled up their sleeves to receive the Moderna coronavirus vaccine. → Read More

SoCal companies providing innovative cleaning options to fight COVID-19

Whether it's a cleaning crew or a robot disinfecting surfaces, cleaning services are in high demand now more than ever. → Read More

Riverside County reports 8,000 coronavirus cases in 24 hours; testing efforts ramping up across region

Riverside County recorded 8,000 new COVID-19 cases within a span of just 24 hours. The continuing surge has more people than ever looking to get tested. → Read More