Danny Romero
Danny Romero is the weekend evening weathercaster for ABC7 Eyewitness News. He also co-hosts the half-hour show Vista L.A., as well as ABC7's Cool Kids feature, which focuses on young people doing good deeds in the community.

Danny joined ABC7 in 2005. He was born and raised on the streets of East Los Angeles, moving with his family all over the greater L.A. area, including Boyle Heights, Echo Park, Bell, Pico Rivera, Montebello, Bell Gardens, Huntington Park and Whittier.

Danny was hired for his first radio job in Fresno shortly after graduating from high school. In San Diego, he worked weeknights on B-100 FM. He then became a weekend weathercaster for Channel 8. Two years later Danny was hired to be the prime time weathercaster for KCOP in Los Angeles. After seven years and three Emmy awards, Danny was hired to do weather at KNBC.

Danny is involved with many helpful organizations around Southern California. Even before three bouts with cancer, Danny worked with the American Cancer Society, MDA, UCP, March of Dimes, MS Society, Boys and Girls Clubs, The Downtown L.A. Mission and many more.

Contact:

ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Danny Romero
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

Archive
This week on Vista L.A.: Patricia Lopez takes you out to the 101 where they're restoring some of L.A.'s historical murals, then Jovana Lara discovers vegan Mexican, and Tina Malave shows you something you've probably never seen before in L.A.
Our ABC7 Cool Kids for Thursday, June 25, are sisters Alina and Lilia Ford, who are passionate about gymnastics and are taking part in the Special Olympics World Games.
Our ABC7 Cool Kid for Thursday, June 18, is Miriam Antonio who dedicates her time to being an active member in her community.
Our ABC7 Cool Kid for Thursday, June 11, is Brazil Sullivan, who knows what it's like to be homelessness and hungry. He is now doing his part to help those facing the same challenges.
Our ABC7 Cool Kid for Thursday, June 4, is Shane Yoshiyama who's pairing up fellow Edison High School athletes with special needs students for an unforgettable experience.