Rachel Brown, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Rachel Brown

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
Past:
  • WKYC Channel 3 News

Recent articles by Rachel:

Divers remove hundreds of pounds of trash from ocean in Malibu

A group of divers in Malibu removed hundreds of pounds of trash over the weekend. Some of their finds you would call a bit strange. → Read More

California recall: President Biden makes late push for Gov. Newsom at rally in Long Beach

Gov. Gavin Newsom ended his campaign to retain his job in a recall election with a final push from President Joe Biden at a rally in Long Beach. → Read More

California recall: Gov. Newsom, GOP opponents enter final week of campaigning before Election Day

With Election Day one week away, Gov. Gavin Newsom and the Republican candidates who hope to replace him in a recall are making their final pitches to California voters. → Read More

Glendale Unified School District requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19

The Glendale Unified School District is joining many of its Southland counterparts in requiring its employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

No charges filed against dump truck driver in Anaheim crash that killed 1, injured 2 others

The California Highway Patrol says DUI is not a factor in a dump truck crash that killed one person and injured two others in Anaheim, but the investigation is still in its early stages. → Read More

Proof of COVID vaccination would be required to enter public indoor spaces under LA council proposal

Proof of at least partial vaccination against COVID-19 would be required to enter public indoor spaces in the city of Los Angeles under a new proposal. → Read More

Britney Spears approved to hire her own lawyer in conservatorship case

A Los Angeles judge has approved singer Britney Spears' request to hire her own attorney in her bid to end the conservatorship under which she's been living for over a decade years. → Read More

Orange County wildlife photographer captures animals in their element

Orange County wildlife photographer Jason Andes gives us a behind-the scenes look at our animal neighbors. → Read More

Organization Color the Water aims to fight racism with free surf lessons for people of color

The founders of Color the Water say the organization's mission is to fight racism by providing free surf lessons year-round to Black and indigenous people of color. → Read More

Over 100 firefighters battle flames at 3-story commercial building in downtown LA

A large fire ripped through a three-story commercial building in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday morning, sending thick plumes of smoke into the air. → Read More

Veterans reunite for weekly in-person gatherings after year of virtual COVID meetings

This group of local veterans used to meet weekly, offering each other support and friendship. After pivoting to virtual gatherings due to the pandemic, the close-knit group can now meet again in person. → Read More

29 arrested, unlawful assembly declared again on second night of Huntington Beach street party

For the second night in a row, an unlawful assembly was declared in Huntington Beach due to a large crowd that filled the streets of the downtown area for a party promoted on social media. → Read More

Parents of 6-year-old who drowned at Altadena camp launch online series to protect other children

The parents of a 6-year-old girl who drowned at an Altadena summer camp are on a mission to prevent other drowning tragedies from occurring. → Read More

Janet Jackson to auction off over 1,000 items for charity

Janet Jackson is one of the entertainment world's most successful and influential artists of all time. Now, over 1,000 pieces of the music icon's personal items are going up for auction to benefit Compassion International. → Read More

SoCal veteran shares experience working as a nurse on the front line of COVID-19 battle

A former Navy medic who served in Afghanistan is seeing similar duty as a licensed vocational nurse during this pandemic. → Read More

Welcome home: 79-year-old cancer survivor beats COVID-19 following hospitalization

"I'm one of the lucky ones." A 79-year-old Simi Valley woman who survived cancer was welcomed home with a drive-by parade after she beat COVID-19. → Read More

Climate activist, 20, cleans up litter at Eaton Canyon for 633 days and counting

A local student and activist has made it his mission to spruce up the popular trails at Eaton Canyon in Pasadena. He estimates he's removed 15,000 pounds of trash and with the money he received from recycled trash, he buys and plants trees. → Read More

SoCal 8-year-old twins create new app to help people who are hard of hearing

Two local twins created an invention to help those who are hard of hearing. Cambria and Kayla Henry, 8, created the app "Listen Up!" that pairs with a hearing aid. These SoCal sisters are using real-life experiences to better the lives of others. → Read More

After more than a year, LAUSD welcomes back second and third graders to campus

After more than a year of remote learning, second and third grade students returned to Los Angeles Unified campuses Wednesday. → Read More

New online tutoring platform helps seniors navigate brave new world of all things digital

Newly created online learning and community platform is reaching out to seniors, offering tutoring and technology help to keep them connected. → Read More