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:

Dwyane Wade, who golfed with Tiger Woods day before crash, talks about his impact

Former NBA star Dwyane Wade is speaking out about Tiger Woods' rollover crash in Rancho Palos Verdes and his experience playing golf with him the day before the accident. → Read More

OC woman who survived cancer offers message of hope to others after giving birth to healthy boy

SURVIVOR STORY: After being diagnosed with a form of leukemia at 14, Nicole Schulz underwent years of successful treatment and recently gave birth to a healthy baby boy. → Read More

SoCal family reeling after 40-year-old mother of 3 dies from COVID-19

A Southern California family is mourning the tragic death of a mother of three who lost her battle with COVID-19. → Read More

Inspectors to look for violations when outdoor dining resumes in Los Angeles County

Los Angeles County's Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer will be meeting with restaurant owners and employee unions on Wednesday to discuss additional required safety measures. → Read More

Local 'Miracle Mom' who gave birth to twins while in coma loses battle with COVID-19

The family of the so-called "Miracle Mom," who gave birth to twins while in a coma 20 years ago, is mourning her loss after she died from COVID-19 and warning others to take the virus seriously. → Read More

Here's what you need to know about the new COVID-19 vaccination super sites in LA County

Five more vaccination super sites opened across Los Angeles County Tuesday, one day after Supervisor Hilda Solis signed an executive order making COVID-19 vaccines available to residents aged 65 and older. → Read More

SoCal Strong: I.E. woodworker makes flags into works of art

A talented woodworker in Rancho Cucamonga turns ordinary pieces of wood into extraordinary, handcrafted American flags. → Read More

Wishing tree at Descanso Gardens helps express hopes for a better 2021

An old oak at Descanso Gardens has been turned into a wishing tree as many hope 2021 will be far more positive than last year. → Read More

LAUSD keeps "no fail" policy, Long Beach schools to stay remote through Feb. amid COVID surge

Two of the largest school districts in Southern California are making changes once again as the region continues to see concerning levels of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. → Read More

Families will celebrate Hanukkah differently this year due to COVID-19

Hanukkah 2020 will look very different due to COVID-19. Families are putting health and safety first this year and plan smaller Hanukkah celebrations due to coronavirus restrictions. → Read More

Las Virgenes Unified School District opens for on-campus learning with safety restrictions

All nine elementary schools in the Las Virgenes School Unified district are now back to on campus learning, but only to students who are in transitional kindergarten through second grade. → Read More

84-year-old business serving remote cabins in Big Santa Anita Canyon recovering after Bobcat Fire

For more than eight decades, a business that looks like a throwback to the Old West has been taking supplies to cabins in the Angeles National Forest. But the hidden gem was significantly impacted during the recent Bobcat Fire. → Read More

Wine tastings brought to consumers' homes as wineries struggle to stay afloat during pandemic

Traveling Wine Gals offers a socially-distanced wine tasting opportunity as many wineries in California are forced to reinvent their businesses amidst soaring alcohol sales and widespread closures due to COVID-19. → Read More

California sees no link between school openings and spread of COVID-19

California has not seen a link between the reopening of K-12 schools for in-person learning and increased coronavirus transmission, officials say. → Read More

Bobcat Fire: 29 structures damaged or destroyed as blaze burns 106K acres

The Bobcat Fire raging in the San Gabriel Mountains, one of the largest ever in LA County, has burned more than 106,000 acres and has destroyed or damaged at least 29 structures. → Read More

ABC7 anchor Rachel Brown recounts skin-cancer scare after noticing something unusual under fingernail

It is a rare form of melanoma that can develop underneath your fingernail. Circle of Health reporter Denise Dador shares the story of her ABC7 colleague, anchor Rachel Brown, who recently faced a skin-cancer scare. → Read More

Bobcat Fire: Evacuation warning expanded as 10,344 acre-blaze rages in Angeles National Forest

Thousands of residents in seven San Gabriel Valley foothill communities bordering the Bobcat Fire are under an evacuation warning as the blaze in the Angeles National Forest threatens to barrel toward homes. → Read More

Monrovia teen brothers launch lawn-art business painting logos of SoCal teams on front yards

What started as an April Fool's Day prank has turned into a lucrative business for two teen brothers from Monrovia: Spray-painting the logos of SoCal sports teams onto front lawns. → Read More

California lawmakers to vote on bill after deal reached to prevent evictions

California's ban on evictions during the coronavirus pandemic expires Tuesday, and some fear a wave of evictions could follow if protections aren't extended. → Read More

California State University campuses start fall semester with mostly online instruction

CSU students across the state are set to start the fall semester as most classes will be held online due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More