Brandi Hitt
Peabody and Emmy award-winning journalist Brandi Hitt is a co-anchor for the ABC7 Morning Show. A native Californian, she's no stranger to the stories that impact our lives.

As a correspondent for ABC Network News, Brandi regularly appeared on "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight" and "Nightline." Overseas, she traveled to cover Nelson Mandela's death, the war from Afghanistan and Mexican immigration. Closer to home, she reported on California's devastating wildfires, Hurricane Sandy and the Boston Marathon bombing.

Throughout her career, Brandi has strived to fulfill her responsibility as a journalist to shed an impartial light on all angles of every story. That work ethic earned her a Peabody, three Murrow Awards, Emmys and a Golden Mic.

Her unwavering advocacy for children's issues has only grown stronger since the birth of her daughter. It is her belief that every child can make a positive impact on society when given the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.

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Brandi's Stories
Orange County lawyer faces federal charges, accused of selling 'ghost guns'
An Orange County lawyer faces federal charges after being accused of conspiring to sell firearms without serial numbers, also known as "ghost guns."
'Ghost guns' investigation: Law enforcement officials call on Congress to act
Law enforcement officials tell Eyewitness News they have been asking lawmakers to pass regulations for unserialized firearms, also known as "ghost guns," for years. A "ghost gun" pistol was used by the Saugus High School shooter last November, and a "ghost gun" assault rifle was used by the suspect to kill CHP officer Andrew Moye Jr. last summer.
'Ghost guns' investigation: Law enforcement seeing unserialized firearms on daily basis in SoCal
Local law enforcement and federal authorities tell Eyewitness News that they are now coming across firearms without serial numbers, also known as "ghost guns," every day on the streets of Southern California.
Former CIA, FBI officials explain how agencies spy, gather intel
Retired CIA and FBI officials offer insight into how the agencies conduct intelligence gathering.
Hollywood's coroner retires after nearly 17 years, countless celebrity death investigations
After nearly 17 years, the face of countless Hollywood death investigations has retired from the Los Angeles County Coroner's office.
Borderline shooting 1 year anniversary: Bar owners determined to keep heart of Borderline intact
The owners of the Borderline Bar and Grill are reflecting a year after the deadly shooting. Plans for when the bar will reopen are still up in the air, but they want to keep the heart of Borderline intact.
Borderline shooting: Sgt. Ron Helus' widow reflects 1 year later
Hours before the gunfire broke out at Borderline on Nov. 7, 2018, it was a normal day at the Helus home.
One year later: Brandi Hitt reflects on tragic Borderline shooting, Woolsey Fire
A year after Ventura County suffered the Borderline mass shooting and the Woolsey Fire, Brandi Hitt is reflecting on the heartbreaking tragedies.
Pumpkin carving art reaches new level at Descanso Gardens
The "Carved" event features over 1,000 jack-o'-lanterns, intricately carved with popular themes like movie monsters, Dia de los Muertos and even Disney favorites. At night, Descanso Gardens will be all aglow with a 1-mile walk featuring the beautifully-crafted works of art.
Helping veterans: Organization gives vets chance to explore creative side with art
The transition from military life to civilian life can be challenging. But one organization is giving veterans a chance to explore their creative side, which can help open up new opportunities.