Adrienne Alpert, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Adrienne Alpert

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Garcetti outlines steps to help renters, city's economy during COVID-19 crisis

Mayor Eric Garcetti appeared on Eyewitness Newsmakers to discuss coronavirus issues such as mask enforcement and rent relief. → Read More

$100 million renters' relief program expected to be approved by LA City Council, but is it enough?

A $100 million renters' relief program is expected to be approved by the L.A. City Council. On Eyewitness Newsmakers, Council President Nury Martinez said that's not nearly enough and this round will be distributed by lottery. → Read More

LA congresswoman, city councilman discuss nationwide calls for 'defunding the police'

The lead legislator on the Justice in Policing Act 2020 and an L.A. city councilman discussed police reform on Eyewitness Newsmakers. → Read More

LA County health director says coronavirus restrictions could come back if safety measures not followed

L.A. County public health director Dr. Barbara Ferrer discussed the gradual reopening of the county on Eyewitness Newsmakers. → Read More

California Legislature going back to work next week to pass state budget

Eyewitness Newsmakers checked in with Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, who was in Sacramento. Legislative committees are returning the state capitol next week, to begin the work of passing a state budget by June 15, as mandated by law. → Read More

Artist Luchita Hurtado celebrates turning 100 with first exhibit at LACMA

Artist Luchita Hurtado celebrates turning 100 by getting a retrospective of her paintings in her first exhibit at LACMA. → Read More

Oscars 2020: Take an up-close look at costumes from Oscar-nominated movies, other films

The annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibit at FIDM offers an up-close look at the intricate costumes from 30 movies from the past year, including Oscar-nominated films "Joker," "Jojo Rabbit" and much more! → Read More

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti answers viewers questions on affordable housing, homelessness

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti returned for a new edition of Ask the Mayor, answering questions submitted by viewers. Questions focused on affordable housing and homelessness. → Read More

'The Irishman': Take a behind-the-scenes look at crime movie's costumes

"The Irishman" is a film about a mob hit man who claimed he killed teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa in 1975. Take a behind-the-scenes look at the designers who dressed the film's stars. → Read More

Cassell's Hamburgers still sizzling at 70

Cassell's Hamburgers, a Los Angeles icon that has reopened in Koreatown, is celebrating its 70th anniversary. → Read More

Moving, musical exhibit coming to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

An incredible exhibit is coming to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust this spring, telling the stories of instruments once played in concentration camps. → Read More

MS-13 indictment: US attorney details case against violent street gang

The federal indictment charging 22 people linked to the violent street gang MS-13 includes what U.S. Attorney Nick Hanna described as medieval style murders. On Eyewitness Newsmakers, Hanna detailed the case. → Read More

Dr. Lucy Jones discusses how to better prepare for earthquakes

Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones appeared on Newsmakers to discuss how infrastructure can be better equipped to handle earthquakes. → Read More

City Attorney Mike Feuer addresses L.A.'s role in census battle, homelessness crisis

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer appeared on "Eyewitness Newsmakers" to address the city's battle with the federal government over a census question on immigration. → Read More

Mayor Eric Garcetti says 7,000 housing units for homeless are in the works

Mayor Eric Garcetti is fighting back against critics who say Los Angeles hasn't built any homeless housing with the billion dollars voters approved under Measure HHH. → Read More

Venice Beach landmark sculpture may move from Los Angeles

In May, 2001, a 60-foot sculpture was installed on Venice Beach. It was supposed to stay there for six months. Instead, it has been there nearly two decades. Now, it may be moved. → Read More

Los Angeles County braces for increase in homeless count

L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas says Los Angeles has housed 27,000 using Measure H money, but more people are becoming homeless than anyone could estimate. → Read More

Measure EE: Voters to decide $500 million parcel tax for Los Angeles schools

Los Angeles voters will decide Measure EE, which calls for a 16 cents per square foot parcel tax to raise $500 million a year for city schools. → Read More

'A Bridge Home' offers short-term solution to help get homeless off streets in Los Angeles

The homeless crisis is impacting every community in Southern California. But the program "A Bridge Home" aims to help, by offering short-term shelters that house the homeless in downtown LA. → Read More

Mayor Garcetti expects homeless count increase, promises more housing

Mayor Eric Garcetti said he expects the city's homeless population to rise in the latest count and he is spelling out steps the city is taking to get more people off the streets. → Read More