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John Gregory

ABC7 Eyewitness News

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Recent articles by John:

This OC school has been back in classrooms for months. Here's how they're successfully navigating COVID

School is in session at the Orange Unified School districts Jordan Academy. In fact, it's been in session for months. Here's how they've been successfully navigating COVID in school. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic: LA County sees uptick in MIS-C cases, even as COVID hospitalizations decline

Amid a decline in coronavirus hospitalizations in Los Angeles County, health officials are turning their attention to how COVID-19 is affecting children. → Read More

Santa Ana vaccine distribution point opens; plans announced for inoculation site in Anaheim

Orange County officials on Wednesday opened a new COVID-19 vaccine distribution point at Santa Ana College to address racial inequities in inoculations. → Read More

Firefighter burned in Silverado Fire to be released from hospital

A local firefighter who was severely burned in the Silverado Fire back in October will be released from the hospital Wednesday. → Read More

Man found dead outside West Hollywood bar after apparent fight; 2 suspects sought

A search was underway Friday morning for two people suspected in the death of man outside a bar in West Hollywood. → Read More

Community activist in South Los Angeles dies from COVID-19

A prominent activist in South Los Angeles who died from COVID-19 is being remembered for all he did to uplift his community and give people tools to succeed. → Read More

COVID-19 pushing morgues, funeral homes to limit across Southern California

The bodies are literally piling up. The coronavirus is pushing morgues and funeral homes across Southern California to the limit and right now there is no end in sight. → Read More

'Business blew wide open:' Boats are a hot commodity during pandemic

Many consumers with disposable income have had to cancel vacations due to the pandemic; instead many are buying boats and some dealerships are running out of boats to sell! → Read More

LA County Board of Supervisors to consider more business closures as COVID cases surge, report says

With a continued surge in COVID-19 cases that has flooded hospitals with patients and led to deaths roughly every six minutes, Los Angeles County could face more business closures in an effort to slow the virus spread. → Read More

Monrovia businesses band together to save struggling restaurants

Businesses in Monrovia are funding a coupon program to help save restaurants that are struggling during the pandemic. → Read More

Local regulars keep Willowbrook burger joint Hawkins House of Burgers afloat during pandemic

Local regulars have been coming time and time again to an iconic Willowbrook burger joint, keeping it afloat even during the pandemic. → Read More

Night of Lights OC creates safe way to celebrate Christmas

Christmas is right around the corner! Winter fest OC presents: Night of Lights. → Read More

Long Beach offers free combination flu, COVID-19 tests amid coronavirus surge

Free combination flu and COVID-19 testing is being offered at city-run testing locations in Long Beach, Mayor Robert Garcia announced. → Read More

Private movie-theater rentals from Cinemark becoming more popular during pandemic

With the moviegoing business hit hard during the pandemic, Cinemark is offering private-party rentals of movie theaters. → Read More

Trump on Wednesday to make first public appearance since election called for Biden amid continued voter fraud claims

President Donald Trump on Wednesday is expected to make his first public appearance in several days as he continue to raise unsupported claims of voter fraud, → Read More

Monrovia teen earns ticket to World Series by painting Dodger logos on lawns

Two Monrovia brothers have been painting Dodger signs on neighborhood lawns, and one of them is now putting his earnings toward a trip to the World Series in Texas. → Read More

Burbank realtor travels to Armenia to help family, friends

Protesters in support of Armenia's conflict with Azerbaijan and Turkey have taken to the streets and freeways of Southern California in recent weeks. One local realtor has traveled all the way to Armenia to show his support. → Read More

Hope Street Margolis Family Center in LA helps students resume in-person learning safely

The Hope Street Margolis Family Center in LA has set up a safe classroom environment for students and parents are thrilled. → Read More

Coachella festival dates to be pushed back again, report says

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was already pushed back to April of next year, but now music acts are planning for October of 2021, according to a report. → Read More

Coachella festival dates to be pushed back again, report says

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was already pushed back to April of next year, but now music acts are planning for October of 2021, according to a report. → Read More