David Ono, ABC7 Eyewitness News

David Ono

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past:
  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
  • Action News on 6abc

Past articles by David:

Could LA's homeless soon be living at the Ritz-Carlton?

Owners at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton in downtown L.A. are opposing a plan to temporarily move the homeless into empty hotel rooms at the Ritz and the adjoining J.W. Marriott hotels. → Read More

LA businessman accused of conspiring with Utah polygamists in multi-million dollar fraud scheme

L.A. businessman Levon Termendzhyan could be sent to prison for life after prosecutors say he conspired with Utah polygamists in a multi-million dollar fraud scheme. → Read More

Television history in SoCal: A look back at how TV started in Los Angeles

As we get ready to welcome a new decade, take a nostalgic look back -- way back -- to 70 years ago to see how television started in Los Angeles. → Read More

Small hands make big impact on protecting monarch butterflies

Even the smallest of hands can make a big impact in helping to protect the vanishing monarch butterfly. → Read More

Manson case: 50 years later, news reporters reflect on a frightening chapter in L.A.

Fifty years ago, Charles Manson orchestrated seven murders in L.A. As former Eyewitness News reporter Al Wiman recalls, he would start off covering the story and then end up being in it. → Read More

Veteran L.A. prosecutor takes courageous step to live her true identity as transgender woman

As Pride month comes to an end, Eyewitness News sat down with Los Angeles veteran Deputy District Attorney Jessie McGrath, who shows incredible courage not only because of what she does, but who she is. → Read More

OJ Simpson: The timeline of the white Bronco chase that led to his arrest

Here's a look at the astonishing events of June 17, 1994, when OJ Simpson went from being a beloved ex-football star to a wanted murder suspect fleeing in a white Bronco. → Read More

The heroic story of Sadao Munemori, LA native and WWII Medal of Honor recipient

Sadao Munemori fought in one of the greatest fighting units in American military history while his family was held in Manzanar during World War II. → Read More

Rededication ceremony held in Little Tokyo for community mural

A rededication ceremony in Little Tokyo for a mural that was defaced was held Saturday. → Read More

LA County Jail overflows with homeless, mentally ill inmates

To get a better idea of why the homeless problem is increasing, experts say we have to first look at the jail population to see the impact of those with untreated mental illness. → Read More

ABC7 looks back on 50 years of Eyewitness News

Everyone at ABC7 is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Eyewitness News, which is one of the most recognized brands in America - and it's far more than just a name. → Read More

As warning to others, LA parents share tragic story about losing son to fentanyl overdose

You've likely heard of fentanyl and that it's a huge part of this country's drug crisis, but to fully understand why it's so deadly and why this country's drug epidemic is worse than it's ever been, you have to meet the parents of Alex Gertsch. → Read More

Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom set to take office Monday

Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom is taking office Monday as California's 40th governor amid a flurry of inaugural events. → Read More

'Hello Maggie' a touching tale of friendship between boy and bird in WWII internment camp

The tale of a boy's friendship with a bird in a WWII internment camp is told in the touching children's book "Hello Maggie." → Read More

Meet the anti-drug task force battling the opioid epidemic in LA

An Eyewitness News exclusive details the harsh realities of the deadly opioid epidemic in Los Angeles and the task force set up to combat it. → Read More

Las Vegas goes dark to honor 58 people killed a year ago in mass shooting

Las Vegas, a city known for its bright lights, energy and excitement, took a moment to go dark Monday night in remembrance of the 58 people who lost their live one year ago. → Read More

58 crosses stand in Las Vegas in honor of victims killed 1 year ago

As Las Vegas is preparing to mark the anniversary of the mass shooting that claimed 58 lives one year ago, events to honor those lost have already begun. → Read More

Japan House brings Japanese culture, innovation to Hollywood

It's an astonishing place and the name is simple - Japan House. But what it actually is might be a little more complicated. → Read More

Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones debunks earthquake myths

Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones joined the Eyewitness New desk to explain why small earthquakes happen and what they mean in terms of predicting a bigger one. → Read More

UCLA researchers studying new approach in fight against breast cancer

Researchers at UCLA are studying a new approach in the fight against breast cancer and they are receiving encouraging results. → Read More