Anabel Munoz
Anabel Munoz is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles, covering Race and Culture. She is dedicated to surfacing stories about the most vulnerable, underrepresented and marginalized in the communities we serve.

Anabel was born and raised in Los Angeles -- a city she loves for its people, diversity, beauty and influence. She is a graduate of Biola University, where she majored in journalism and minored in biblical studies.

Anabel came to ABC7 from Noticias MundoFOX 22, where she worked as an anchor and reporter. She began her career as a news assistant and assignment editor at KMEX Univision Los Angeles before reporting for Univision Palm Springs.

Anabel is passionate about participating in community events, public affairs reporting, and sharing stories about the homeless and special needs community.

She is the proud daughter of Mexican immigrants and was compelled to become a journalist at an early age -- Anabel believes in the power of journalism to inspire, change the world and be a voice for those most in need.

Some of Anabel's favorite things include Sundays, beach days, swimming, all things Italian, and burgers and fries.

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Anabel's Stories
LATINAfest celebrates entrepreneurs, sets scene for connection, growth, networking, empowerment
LATINAfest celebrates Latina entrepreneurs, giving them a space to learn, grow and connect with their community.
State programs are helping shrink racial and ethnic gaps for uninsured in CA, but inequities remain
Census data shows Southern California Latinos have some of the largest uninsured rates, a trend likely to continue. Here's what some groups are doing to close the gaps.
Maxine Waters, activist groups condemn Border Patrol's treatment of Haitian migrants at Texas border
Rep. Maxine Waters and L.A. activists blasted the Biden administration for its treatment of Haitian migrants at the Southern border after videos appear to show border patrol officials using aggressive tactics.
Latino representation in college faculty lags in SoCal - How experts say schools can address it
In colleges and universities across Los Angeles County, almost half of students are Hispanic or Latino, but only about 11% of faculty are Hispanic or Latino. Students and experts alike say that's a problem.
Anti-Black bias events were most prevalent in 2020, CA attorney general's hate crime report says
Solutions to hate, and therefore, hate crimes are not simple. California Attorney General, Rob Bonta stressed gathering data is one helpful component. "So we can fully understand that the scope and depth and dimensions of the problem," said Bonta Tuesday.
Black immigrants rights groups denounce Biden administration's deportation of Haitian asylum seekers
"It's callous. It's cruel. It's inhumane." Thousands of asylum seekers from Haiti and other countries remain camped out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas as the Biden administration is increasing its deportation efforts.
Edward James Olmos helps take filmmaking to California classrooms to build lifelong learners
The Latino Film Institute, co-founded by Edward James Olmos, is taking filmmaking to classrooms across California.
Commissions seeking public input for local, state and federal redistricting
Redistricting happens every 10 years after the U.S. Census. The boundaries around communities are redrawn and how they are drawn determines that community's ability to elect leaders at a local, state and federal level.
Data reveals racial gap in college readiness in SoCal. Here's how schools are trying to close it
In Southern California, Black and Latino students are less likely to be enrolled in advanced classes and are less likely to meet college requirements. Some schools and districts are fighting these inequities.
Los Bukis reunion: Kids surprise parents with concert tickets in emotional videos
When Los Bukis announced their reunion, it brought nostalgia for generations of many Latino families, and a flood of social media videos of children surprising their parents with tickets to the shows.