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Rachel Brown

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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  • WKYC Channel 3 News

Recent articles by Rachel:

Laugh Factory in Hollywood to unveil 148-foot-long Black Lives Matter mural

The Laugh Factory in Hollywood on Tuesday will unveil a 148-foot-long mural in honor of Black Lives Matter. It's believed to be the largest mural in the country dedicated to Black Lives Matter. → Read More

Southland beaches reopen after closure during Fourth of July weekend

Beachgoers in the Southland can head back to the sand Monday after most beaches were closed over the holiday weekend to help stop the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Asian Americans in CA have reported hundreds of hate incidents since start of pandemic

Stop Asian American Pacific Islander Hate shared data that shows more than 800 incidents of harassment against Asian Americans. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Newsom expected to tighten coronavirus restrictions ahead of 4th of July

Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to make an announcement today during his 12PM press conference regarding new stay-at-home restrictions ahead of the July 4th weekend as COVID-19 cases surge in California. → Read More

LA task force seeks to arrest looters, vandals who hit stores during George Floyd protests

Nearly a month after local protests turned violent in the wake of George Floyd's death, a task force in Los Angeles is trying to find those responsible for looting and damaging property. → Read More

Face covering debate heating up in Orange County amid calls to enforce statewide order

The battle over wearing a face mask is intensifying in Orange County, even after the state issued new guidelines last week mandating face coverings in high-risk settings. → Read More

LA Regional Food Bank feeds thousands at Hollywood Bowl event

An estimated 3,000 vehicles stopped by the Hollywood Bowl to receive fresh produce, meat and other food from the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. → Read More

LA County sheriff's deputies set to begin wearing body cameras in the fall

Amid growing calls for law enforcement reform and transparency, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department will start deploying body cameras in the coming months. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Long Beach officials address public after looters hit city businesses amid protests

Business owners in Long Beach were met with devastation Monday after a peaceful protest held by thousands in Long Beach over the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd was marred by widespread looting over the weekend in the downtown. → Read More

Los Angeles County to petition state to advance reopenings for business shuttered by COVID-19

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors announced it will apply Wednesday for a state variance for the whole county after certain state criteria have been met. → Read More

LA County to consider plan to let cities with less coronavirus cases reopen faster

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider a plan to allow individual cities in the county to move forward with easing restrictions if they have a low number of COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Glendale tour bus company hit hard by coronavirus pandemic calls for more government help

The owner of a Glendale tour bus company says the industry is suffering, but they aren't receiving the same amount of assistance or attention from the government. → Read More

Large crowds expected at LA beaches for Memorial Day

Memorial Day brings hot temperatures to the region, and with many wanting to escape the heat, beaches, parks and trails anticipate an influx of visitors. → Read More

Preparing for back to school during coronavirus: Here's how one San Gabriel Valley campus is getting ready

San Gabriel Christian School is looking into technology - like UV lights to sanitize books - to help keep students safe once they return to campus later this year. → Read More

Sanitation worker who serenaded Ontario graduates in viral video shares his philosophy

A sanitation worker who inspired a memorable moment when he stopped along his route in Ontario to serenade two graduating seniors in a now-viral video says he always serves from the heart. → Read More

Coronavirus: Uber starts new initiatives to keep drivers, passengers protected from COVID-19

Uber started a range of new initiatives on Monday to keep drivers and passengers safe from coronavirus, including requiring all parties to wear a face covering. → Read More

Huntington Beach couple welcomes twins via surrogate despite unique hurdles amid COVID pandemic

After years of fertility struggles, and recently, the difficulties brought on by the pandemic, Sugar and Greg Bull are now parents of Scarlett Rose and Redford Thomas. Through a surrogate, the twins were born in Utah and are now home in Huntington Beach. → Read More

Flower wholesalers in LA allowed to reopen ahead of Mother's Day weekend

As Mother's Day approaches, flower wholesalers in L.A. are being allowed to reopen and operate as an essential business. → Read More

LA designer Michael Costello pivots from gowns for A-listers to masks for front-line workers

Los Angeles fashion designer Michael Costello, who has dressed some of the music industry's top celebs, is aiming to make 1 million masks for workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Newsom to discuss redrawing floor plans at businesses, schools as CA moves toward easing stay-at-home orders

Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to discuss Tuesday one of the indicators needed to modifying California's stay-at-home order, with hopes of making "measurable and meaningful changes" in a matter of weeks. → Read More