Veronica Miracle, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Veronica Miracle

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Fresno, CA, United States

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  • Houston News
  • Eyewitness News
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews
  • Action News on 6abc
  • ABC30 Fresno

Recent articles by Veronica:

LA County could reissue safer-at-home order, restrict restaurants to takeout-only if surge in COVID cases continues, officials say

The day after a business curfew was announced, Los Angeles County health officials said even tighter restrictions could be imposed if the surge in COVID-19 cases continues. → Read More

Trump tweets misinformation questioning Los Angeles County ballots

President Trump tweeted out video of Los Angeles County workers collecting ballots after the election, falsely implying it was evidence to back his claims of widespread voter fraud. → Read More

Empty LA Convention Center could be used to house homeless, council members suggest

Some city council members propose that large facilities which sit empty because of the pandemic, like the Los Angeles Convention Center, be used as temporary homeless shelters. → Read More

Chrissy Teigen writes emotional essay about losing 3rd child, Jack

Chrissy Teigen is opening up for the first time about the recent loss of her and John Legend's third child, Jack. → Read More

Chrissy Teigen writes emotional essay about losing 3rd child, Jack

Chrissy Teigen writes heartfelt letter, opening up about the recent pregnancy loss she and husband John Legend experienced. → Read More

Family says man seen hit repeatedly with baton by Long Beach PD was having panic attack

The family of Eugene Martindale III has filed a complaint against the Long Beach Police Department after the family claimed Martindale was beaten by police in February. → Read More

Dijon Kizzee case: Family disputes sheriff's account of fatal LA shooting

Attorneys for the family of Dijon Kizzee are disputing the LASD's account of the Aug. 31 fatal shooting. → Read More

Hollywood making a comeback: Studios, guilds, unions reach COVID return-to-work agreement

Hollywood studios reached an agreement with the DGA, SAG-AFTRA, IATSE, Teamsters and the Basic Crafts to return to work amid COVID-19 safety protocols. → Read More

Los Angeles Zoo to reopen for guests at the end of August following monthslong closure

The Los Angeles Zoo will reopen to the public on Aug. 26 following a monthslong closure prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

U.S. Postal Service mail controversy, slow delivery times spur protest in Venice

The controversy surrounding the U.S. Postal Service and its recent slow down in delivery times is now spurring local protests. → Read More

'Fire tornado' captured on video as massive Lake Fire marches across Angeles National Forest

A dramatic "fire tornado" was captured on video Wednesday evening inside the perimeter of an unrelenting brush fire that has grown to 10,500 acres near Lake Hughes in the Angeles National Forest. → Read More

Man beaten, robbed of his six-figure life savings outside Huntington Park Chase Bank

Huntington Park police are searching for the suspect who attacked and robbed a man of his life savings after he had just withdrawn the money from the bank. → Read More

LAPD sued by 5 residents who claim they were wrongfully labeled gang members

The LAPD and Chief Michel Moore face a lawsuit after five Angelenos allege they were wrongfully classified as gang members. → Read More

Mayor Garcetti: We're only in '2nd inning' of COVID-19 fight, expects battle to last through mid-2021

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti is preparing for the COVID-19 to impact us until spring or summer of 2021, and compared the fight against to the virus to being in the second inning of a baseball game. → Read More

Pedestrian killed, 6 teenagers in custody after Palmdale chase ends in crash

A pedestrian was killed after being struck by a vehicle that was fleeing deputies in Palmdale Wednesday evening, authorities said. → Read More

Pasadena cracking down on illegal fireworks amid surge in reports

The city of Pasadena has reported a 400% increase in calls over fireworks, and residents are noticing the noise as the Fourth of July approaches. → Read More

Half-brother of Robert Fuller killed in shooting with deputies in Southern California, attorney says

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were involved Wednesday in a fatal shooting with the half-brother of Robert Fuller, the man who was found dead hanging in a Palmdale park last week, sources tell ABC7. → Read More

LAPD officers take a knee to show solidarity with protesters

In the midst of massive, angry crowds, some LAPD officers have made gestures of solidarity with protesters. → Read More

COVID relief: Newly announced rent-assistance program could help up to 80,000 Los Angeles families, officials say

Tens of thousands of Angelenos could soon be receiving temporary help paying their rent. → Read More

Couple trying to rebuild Malibu home lost in Woolsey Fire still battling insurance company

A couple's famous Malibu recording studio survived the Woolsey Fire, but they're still battling their insurance company to rebuild their home lost in the blaze. → Read More