Anabel Munoz
Anabel Munoz is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles.

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
LA County reports 5,087 new COVID-19 cases on Thanksgiving
With new restaurants restrictions in effect, L.A. County on Thanksgiving Day reported one of its highest single-day coronavirus case totals.
LA County sees record 6,124 COVID-19 cases in one day as new restrictions take effect
With new restaurant restrictions set to take effect this week, Los Angeles County is once again breaking its own record for the highest number of new coronavirus cases reported in a day.
Nationwide campaign encourages plasma donations from people who've recovered from COVID-19
Those who have fully recovered from coronavirus have a chance to help others. There is an urgent plea for plasma donations from COVID-19 survivors because it may contain antibodies that can attack the virus.
'You have to lead from the front:' Calabasas father, daughter take part in Pfizer vaccine trial
A COVID-19 vaccine would not be possible without the volunteers who have taken part in the clinical trials, including a father and daughter from Calabasas.
Front-line grocery store workers demand better safety enforcement, hazard pay as COVID cases surge
"The most rewarding part is the fact that I'm able to provide for my family. The hardest part is just dealing with some of the customers who just don't care about your safety at all."
$500 grants still available for LA residents in need of help paying for utility bills
As many people cope with unemployment and lower wages due to the pandemic, the City of Los Angeles is extending its window for a $500 grant program for utility bills.
Measure J approved by LA County voters: Here's what happens now
L.A. County's budget will soon look different with the approval of Measure J.
LA County district attorney race: Incumbent Jackie Lacey concedes to challenger George Gascon, who vows to implement reforms
The race created an unusual dynamic in which Gascon, a former patrol officer and police chief, was fiercely opposed by law enforcement unions and Lacey, the first woman and Black person to run the office, was criticized by Black Lives Matter activists.
LA County district attorney race: Challenger George Gascon holds sizable lead over incumbent Jackie Lacey
Challenger George Gascon has established a sizable lead over incumbent Jackie Lacey after about 2.8 million ballots were counted in the race for Los Angeles County district attorney.
LA County district attorney race: Votes still being tallied to decide if Lacey serves 3rd term after challenge from Gascon
District Attorney Jackie Lacey and former San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon were engaged in a battle to determine whether Lacey serve a third term as one of the most powerful local prosecutors in the country.