An accomplished TV host and AMS-sealed meteorologist, Jonathan has worked across the country. He started in Lubbock, Texas as a weatherman and reporter. He moved to Miami, where he covered the record 2005 hurricane season, and then on to Houston as a feature reporter. In addition, he's spent time as a host on the Tennis Channel.
Jonathan lives in Hollywood and loves playing tennis and poker (not at the same time).
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The first of three storms to sweep through Southern California flooded parks and created dangerous driving conditions Thursday morning, but the second round heading to the region on Friday is expected to be even more powerful.
What may look like useless junk to most people has been transformed into something beautiful, thanks to the creativity of some young musicians.
A bear nicknamed "Blondie" is becoming a bit too comfortable with its surroundings in a La Crescenta neighborhood, officials warned.
An electrical malfunction in a car caused a carport fire at a Pasadena apartment complex, according to fire officials.
Our ABC7 Cool Kid for Thursday, July 28, is Imanelijah Zeinali, who volunteers at the L.A. Zoo to bring humans and animals closer together.