Jory Rand, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Jory Rand

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
Past:
  • ABC7 News
  • ABC30 Fresno
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews
  • Action News on 6abc

Recent articles by Jory:

Latest LA County COVID data shows clear advantage to getting kids 12-17 vaccinated

With kids back in school, Los Angeles County health officials are demonstrating the clear need for those 12-17 to get vaccinated. → Read More

2020 Census results show most growth in suburban SoCal areas, fueled by increasing diversity

New data from the 2020 Census showed that despite slow population growth nationwide, less urban areas in Southern California have grown and become more racially diverse. Riverside County saw the most growth, increasing by 10.4% between 2010 and 2020. → Read More

The Abbey in West Hollywood requires proof of COVID vaccination or negative test from patrons

The Abbey Food and Bar in West Hollywood is now requiring customers provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative test within the last 48 hours to enter the establishment. → Read More

Los Angeles County sees 20-fold spike in COVID-19 cases in a month

Blaming the Delta variant and more people mingling, L.A. County Wednesday reported more than 2,500 new COVID infections, the largest number in months. → Read More

1 injured by gunfire after shooting outside Knott's Berry Farm that sparked panic among park guests

A shooting outside Knott's Berry Farm left one person wounded by gunfire and triggered panic among park guests over fears of an active shooter Friday. → Read More

Orthodox Jewish man in Fairfax District chased by 2 vehicles as passengers wave Palestinian flags

Video has surfaced of an Orthodox Jewish man in the Fairfax District getting chased down by two vehicles as the passengers wave Palestinian flags. → Read More

Israel-Palestine conflict latest: Palestinians flee as Israeli airstrikes pound northern Gaza

Palestinian families grabbed their children and belongings and fled neighborhoods on the outskirts of Gaza City as Israel unleashed heavy artillery fire and airstrikes, killing a family of 6 in their home. → Read More

Israel-Palestine conflict latest: Palestinians flee as Israeli airstrikes pound northern Gaza

Palestinian families grabbed their children and belongings and fled neighborhoods on the outskirts of Gaza City as Israel unleashed heavy artillery fire and airstrikes, killing a family of 6 in their home. → Read More

Armed kidnapping suspect in custody after chase, hours-long standoff at Palmdale apartment complex

CHP officers chased a kidnapping suspect from Kern County through the Antelope Valley before the suspect ran into an apartment complex, prompting an hours-long standoff. → Read More

Victims in Orange mass shooting identified by family

Family members have identified the victims killed and a woman wounded in the mass shooting in Orange. → Read More

Bystander subdues suspect who fatally stabbed woman, dog at San Dimas park

A man with a knife killed a woman and her dog at a San Dimas park before he was knocked unconscious by a good Samaritan. → Read More

California professor put on leave after video shows him berating hard of hearing student

A professor at Oxnard College has been put on administrative leave after a video surfaced on social media that shows him berating a hard of hearing student during an online class. → Read More

Oxnard College professor put on leave after video shows him berating hard of hearing student

A professor at Oxnard College has been put on administrative leave after a video surfaced on social media that shows him berating a hard of hearing student during an online class. → Read More

LA County elementary schools could reopen in a matter of weeks, Ferrer says

L.A. County elementary schools could be just weeks away from reopening if coronavirus case rates continue to decline, the county's top public health official said Wednesday. → Read More

SoCal ICU capacity drops below 15%, triggering stay-at-home order

A new state stay-at-home order will go into effect in Southern California after the region's hospital ICU capacity dropped below 15%. → Read More

Garcetti issues stronger warning to Angelenos: 'Hunker down ... cancel everything'

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is asking Angelenos to cancel all non-essential activities and "hunker down" as the city experiences a dangerous surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. → Read More

COVID-19 separation forces SoCal couple to turn their wedding into a true fairy tale

COVID-19 forced one SoCal couple to hold their fairy-tale wedding ceremony through a second-story window, almost like a scene from "Romeo and Juliet" or "Rapunzel." → Read More

Trump called fallen U.S. troops 'losers' and 'suckers,' report says

Multiple media outlets are reporting that President Donald Trump made disparaging comments about fallen U.S. troops, including calling Marines killed in World War I "losers and suckers." → Read More

Trump called fallen U.S. troops 'losers' and 'suckers,' report says

Multiple media outlets are reporting that President Donald Trump made disparaging comments about fallen U.S. troops, including calling Marines killed in World War I "losers and suckers." → Read More

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