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
Some SoCal high schools face gender differences in sports. Here's how others have changed that
Five decades after Title IX, one in 10 Southern California high schools still may have significant gender differences in sports participation. Students and administrators point to recognition and relationships among the ways to close gaps.
Mother of young boy murdered by father advocates for 'Piqui's Law'
The bill would require judges and others involved in family law matters to participate in regular training on domestic violence and child abuse in its many forms.
CA bill aims to require more action from social media companies on hate and harassment
AB 587 aims to require social media companies to file quarterly reports with the Attorney General's Office on their content moderation policies.
Homeless advocates march in LA, other US cities demanding permanent, humane housing solutions
Coalitions of housing advocates are rallying in several U.S. cities. They're calling on policymakers to find permanent and humane solutions to homelessness.
LA junior golfer represents strides as women's participation on-course sees meaningful increase
In 2021, women accounted for 25% of players on the course, with participation increasing by 6% over the past five years.
SoCal women struggling to find tampons in stores amid nationwide shortage of the period product
Baby formula shelves are still looking bare. Now, the period products aisle is leaving customers, including in Southern California, with limited options.
People's Summit spotlights voices, social justice issues excluded from Summit of the Americas
Organizers of the People's Summit for Democracy stressed they are elevating topics and people who were left out of the Summit of the Americas.
Pres. Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden host official opening ceremony for Summit of the Americas
President Joe Biden will lead three days of meetings with leaders from North, South and Central America, as well as the Caribbean for the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles.
VP Kamala Harris attends Summit of the Americas, discusses gun violence and reproductive rights
Vice President Kamala Harris is in Southern California for this week's Summit of the Americas, and met with faith leaders to discuss the epidemic of gun violence among several other issues.
Alex Padilla spends full day laboring with farmworkers, 1st US senator in history to do so
This was part of an initiative to get all U.S. senators to participate in the "Take Our Jobs" campaign to garner support in the Senate for a pathway to citizenship for farmworkers.