Jovana Lara, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Jovana Lara

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jovana:

LA day care centers give glimpse of what classrooms could look like after schools reopen

A group of 11 day care centers throughout L.A. have incorporated new safety measures to protect staff and children from COVID-19. → Read More

Emergency fund helps struggling LA street vendors during coronavirus crisis

From street vendors to mom-and-pop shops, small businesses in Southern California are in need of help. → Read More

Looking to get hired during COVID-19 pandemic? Here's what you need to know

If you're looking for a job, here's what you need to know to give yourself an advantage during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

How to manage money and protect yourself financially amid COVID-19 pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic creates an economic crisis for millions, a financial expert offers solutions on how to manage your money. → Read More

Coronavirus: How to cope with stress, anxiety during COVID-19 pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic raises the stress and anxiety levels for Americans, there are multiple solutions to help manage it. → Read More

$7.3M settlement going to family after daughter's skull fractured by tree limb in Pasadena

A family is speaking out, saying the accident at a Pasadena day care that left their toddler with a fractured skull never had to happen. → Read More

Compton school looking at new ways to help African-American students

A group of high school teachers in Compton are finding new ways to fight back against absenteeism, dropouts and classroom struggles, particularly among students of color. → Read More

LA County program aims to keep homeless, mentally ill from returning to jails

A Los Angeles County program tries to keep the homeless and mentally ill from returning to jail by offering them counseling and housing services. → Read More

Lawsuit filed against Qatari sheikh who lived in SoCal describes alleged murder plots, escapes from palace

Shocking claims in a lawsuit filed by two Americans against a royal prince -- guns, money and alleged murder plots. → Read More

OC United Way tackles homelessness, helps housing voucher recipients find a home

An Orange County program tackles the homeless crisis by connecting landlords to those with housing vouchers, and facilitating the process of renting. → Read More

Renters rights: What to do if you're facing eviction in Los Angeles

Renters who are facing eviction in the Los Angeles area should know they have more rights than they may realize. → Read More

Compton residents still dealing with pothole-filled streets as city makes progress

Frustration remains for Compton residents that are still dealing with streets riddled with potholes. → Read More

This may be the last year for popular Burbank pop-up, Christmas Corner

For more than a decade, a popular holiday pop-up shop in Burbank has been drawing thousands of shoppers in search of Christmas past. But this could be the last year. → Read More

Security in Mexico City tight for Chargers-Chiefs Monday Night Football game

Thousands are expected to attend the Chargers game against the Chiefs Monday in Mexico City and the safety of fans is a priority for local law enforcement. → Read More

Think LA has bad traffic and air quality? Mexico City has it worse

Angelenos may complain about traffic and air quality but Mexico City - where the Chargers are playing this week - has it far worse. → Read More

Football's popularity growing among girls in Mexico

American football is becoming more popular in Mexico and not just for boys, as dozens of girls teams are competing in a weekend tournament. → Read More

2 dead, including suspect, in shooting at Long Beach bar; police fire at suspect

A Long Beach bar employee is being mourned after he was killed during a shooting at his place of work, which also left the suspected shooter dead. → Read More

Pasadena woman sues Johnson & Johnson, claims baby powder caused her terminal cancer

The manufacturer of Johnson's Baby Powder, a popular household product for decades, is on trial in Los Angeles Superior Court. → Read More

A voice for Latino community, Vista LA celebrates 25 years

Vista LA, a groundbreaking show on ABC7, celebrates 25 years! It has served as a platform for inspiration, shedding light on issues, and a voice for the Latino community in Southern California. → Read More

Newsom stops in LA, signs bills addressing housing crisis in California

Gov. Gavin Newsom continued his statewide "rent and housing tour" with a stop in Los Angeles, days after he signed a landmark rent control bill into law. → Read More