Jory Rand, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Jory Rand

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jory:

Coronavirus impact: Expert points to positive signs as SoCal's economy begins to recover

The unemployment rate in California grew to a record number last month with millions out of work, but as society begins to reopen, there are some positive signs the worst may be behind us. → Read More

CHP officer recalls tense moment man surrenders his baby after chase through LA

A CHP officer recalls the moment an assault suspect handed over his child after the end of a wild chase through Los Angeles. → Read More

Coronavirus devastates Azusa household, kills family patriarch

The coronavirus has hit one household in Azusa especially hard, sickening several members and killing the family patriarch. → Read More

Coronavirus: Experts weigh in on preparing pets for their owners' returning to work

Two symbols of this time of stay-at-home orders have most definitely been sweatpants and pets on video conferences. To us humans, this has been a trial not by fire, but by cabin fever. → Read More

Coronavirus: Skin rashes emerge as possible symptom of COVID-19, dermatologists say

Certain skin rashes are emerging as possible symptoms of COVID-19, prompting additional research by some doctors and guidance by the American Academy of Dermatology. → Read More

Coronavirus: 75-year-old Saugus man beats COVID-19 after 2 weeks in hospital

A 75-year-old Saugus man was met with applause by hospital staff as he headed home after beating COVID-19. → Read More

LA to consider emergency relief program to protect renters affected by COVID-19 pandemic

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday is expected to vote on an emergency measure to help those who have found themselves out of work and unable to pay their rent due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus: New York approves ventilator 'splitting' to treat COVID-19 patients

New York will allow hospitals to treat two novel coronavirus patients with a single ventilator in response to the surge of cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday. → Read More

Coronavirus: Gov. Newsom issues statewide 'stay at home' order in effort to slow COVID-19

In an urgent effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Thursday a statewide directive for all Californians to stay home. → Read More

Cal State Northridge student stuck in Chinese village for 3 weeks amid coronavirus outbreak

A Cal State Northridge student has been stuck in a remote village in China for three weeks as the coronavirus continues to spread across the country. → Read More

Basketball returns to Staples as Clippers honor Kobe Bryant

Basketball returned to the Staples Center on Thursday for the first time since the death of Kobe Bryant, as the Los Angeles Clippers paid tribute to the late Lakers superstar. → Read More

Body wrapped in plastic and cardboard found in U-Haul truck in Fullerton

Police are investigating after U-Haul workers in Fullerton discovered a body wrapped in plastic and cardboard inside an abandoned U-Haul truck, which had been recovered in Anaheim. → Read More

Expert discusses airport security concerns after deadly US airstrike on Iranian general

Precautionary measures are taking place at airports across the country, including at Los Angeles International Airport, after a U.S. airstrike in Iraq killed a top Iranian general. → Read More

Festival of Lights returns to Riverside's Mission Inn

The popular "Festival of Lights" returned Friday to the historic Mission Inn in Riverside. → Read More

Valley residents voice concern over handling of Saddle Ridge Fire during meeting

Residents affected by the Saddle Ridge Fire gathered in Granada Hills to receive updates and voice concerns regarding the handling of the fire when it first erupted. → Read More

Hundreds gather at Mar Vista church to hear success stories from the formerly homeless

Almost 25-thousand people were placed into housing in L.A. county last year and the homeless population still went up, now approaching 60-thousand. → 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

Tenaja Fire scorches 1,400 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 1,400 acres were scorched and residential evacuations were ordered. → Read More

Tenaja Fire scorches 1,000 acres near Murrieta, 5 percent contained; evacuations remain in effect

Firefighters continued to battle a fast-moving blaze Thursday in the La Cresta community near Murrieta where nearly 1,000 acres were scorched and residential evacuations were ordered. → Read More