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
Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians explains why Native sovereignty is multifaceted
The president of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, a historic tribe of northern Los Angeles County, spoke with ABC7 on why Native sovereignty is multifaceted.
Mediocampista Cristian Roldan enorgullece a su natal Pico Rivera con participación en el Mundial
El mediocampista Cristian Roldan, de Pico Rivera, está enorgulleciendo a su comunidad con su participación en el Mundial en Qatar.
Pico Rivera cheers on home-grown talent on World Cup stage
From El Rancho High School in Pico Rivera to the MLS, and now the 2022 World Cup, midfielder Cristian Roldan is making his community proud.
Port of Long Beach announces step toward zero-emissions trucking
The Port of Long Beach announced a step toward zero-emissions trucking by 2035 and zero-emissions cargo-handling equipment by 2030.
California's 1st Native American state lawmaker works to protect tribal causes
Assemblyman James C. Ramos (D-Highland) was elected four years ago as the first and only Native American from a California tribe in the state Legislature.
Fire at Iliad Bookshop in North Hollywood followed by outpouring of support from patrons, neighbors
The owner of a beloved bookstore in North Hollywood received an outpouring of support from customers and neighbors in the last few days.
Tight congressional races in SoCal could determine balance of power in the House
The battle over California's 27th congressional district will determine not only who represents its constituents, but potentially, which party controls the House.
Local leaders gather at Museum of Tolerance to denounce antisemitic incidents and hate crimes
Local leaders denounced antisemitic acts by a white supremacist, hate group believed to be behind the banner drop over the 405 Freeway last weekend.
Hollywood Forever Cemetery prepares for 23rd annual Día de los Muertos celebration
Día de los Muertos is right around the corner and the Hollywood Forever Cemetery is prepping for their 23rd annual Day of the Dead celebration.
Meet Bamby Salcedo, a SoCal trans Latina leader and 'servant to the people'
This year, Bamby Salcedo was appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom to the Commission on the State of Hate. She's a transgender activist and founder of Los Angeles-based TransLatin@ Coalition.