Adrienne Alpert
Adrienne Alpert is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News. She also hosts Eyewitness Newsmakers, a half-hour weekly program dedicated to a deeper exploration of local issues and concerns.

Adrienne joined ABC7 in 1996 after kicking off her television career in San Diego.

In 1961, Adrienne moved with her family to southern San Diego County and she later graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in journalism.

Adrienne landed her first job at KSDO News Radio in San Diego, where she worked as an anchor and reporter, and also hosted a a Sunday night talk show.

In 1977 Adrienne joined the staff of San Diego ABC-TV affiliate KGTV and worked there as an anchor/reporter for 19 years.

Adrienne has won a number of Emmys, Golden Mikes and Associated Press awards for investigative reporting, documentary and news writing.

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Adrienne's Stories
California Sen. Alex Padilla outlines ambitious agenda to address pandemic, gun violence and more
Access to vaccines is a critical focus for newly sworn-in U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, who was this week's guest on Eyewitness Newsmakers.
Superintendent says LAUSD schools reopening with strong COVID-19 safety protocols
LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner invited Eyewitness Newsmakers for a tour of a Venice elementary school to demonstrate the COVID-19 protocols in place when campuses reopen.
Amy Sherald, who painted Michelle Obama and Breonna Taylor, opens free solo show in LA
The contemporary portrait artist who painted Michelle Obama for the Smithsonian and Breonna Taylor for Vanity Fair has a free exhibit opening in Los Angeles at Hauser & Wirth gallery.
Reclaiming 50 years of lost African American history in Santa Monica
A new exhibit in Santa Monica tells of the city's historic and overlooked African American community.
Manhattan Beach land seized from Black family may be returned to descendants nearly a century later
A beachfront property in Manhattan Beach that was seized from a Black family 97 years ago may be returned to the family's descendants.
Mayor Garcetti says Los Angeles could be out of purple tier soon, letting restaurants reopen indoors
Mayor Eric Garcetti says Los Angeles COVID-19 case rates are dropping enough that the county may soon leave the state's most restrictive purple tier, letting restaurants reopen indoor dining.
LAUSD ready to ramp up COVID-19 vaccinations and reopen
With the governor pledging ten percent of the COVID vaccine supply for educators, LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner says the vaccination super site at So-Fi Stadium will get schools open. "We can open certainly this school year. Let's look at the calend
Legendary Black architect, Paul Revere Williams, helped build modern Los Angeles
Williams' signature is on 3,000 buildings in Los Angeles and is literally on the Beverly Hills hotel: the sign is in his own handwriting.
Los Angeles County supervisors discuss plans for COVID-19 vaccination expansion
Los Angeles County's supervisors are telling Eyewitness Newsmakers about plans to expand COVID-19 vaccination.
Under fire, LA County District Attorney George Gascòn sticks to his directives
Since he took office in December, George Gascòn has come under fire for implementing a series of directives for progressive prosecution that he promised during his campaign.