Coleen Sullivan
Coleen Sullivan is a general assignment reporter and anchor at ABC7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles.

Originally from San Francisco, Coleen has a long history of reporting news in California.

In fact, Coleen has served as an anchor and reporter in Santa Barbara, Palm Springs and Eureka, where she kicked off her television career.

Coleen came to ABC7 from KOVR-TV in Sacramento, where she served as a news anchor.

She also worked in Dayton, Ohio.

Coleen holds a degree in broadcast and electronic communications from San Francisco State University.

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Coleen's Stories
3rd LASD official files legal claim against Sheriff Alex Villanueva alleging retaliation
Another L.A. County Sheriff's Department official is on the record claiming Sheriff Alex Villanueva directed a cover-up of a controversial case and video that shows a deputy kneeling on the head and neck of a jail inmate.
Homeless San Bernardino family finds hope for better future after 3 years of living on streets
A San Bernardino family living on the streets was facing what seemed like a struggle with no solution, but when their story was shared to the world, their prayers were suddenly answered.
TAPS organization provides safe environment for military families coping with loss
It's a heartbreaking reality many military families face: learning to live without a loved one. This organization provides a safe and nurturing environment for parents and children trying to cope with the sudden loss of a family member.
Danny Masterson's former girlfriend testifies she woke up to find actor raping her
A woman who dated Danny Masterson for years testified about two alleged rapes by the actor and said she did not initially report him to police because the Church of Scientology would have "destroyed" her.
LA City Council considers motion to arm park rangers
Los Angeles city park rangers say there's been a dramatic increase in crime and they need to protect themselves and guests. The L.A. City Council is now considering a motion to arm them.
Tips for parents balancing working from home and kids' remote learning
An expert offers tips for working parents navigating the flawed distance learning world: take the pressure off needing to be perfect and focus on the positive.
Used car values, demand up during coronavirus pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a seller's market for used cars, with values going up and dealers trying to beef up inventory.
Coronavirus: Nurses at Marina del Rey hospital describe being on the front lines of a pandemic
Two nurses at Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital recently shared their stories from the front lines of the pandemic.
SoCal WWII veteran celebrates 100th birthday, still going strong
Dave Lower is a World War II veteran and also a beloved former teacher at East Downey Junior High. He recently celebrated his 100th birthday surrounded by loved ones, who all say the centenarian had a profound impact in their lives.
Disney's "Team of Heroes" brings some much needed joy to pediatric patients in hospital
It's tough for kids who are being treated for serious illnesses in the hospital, but a visit from Disney's Team of Heroes brought some smiles and joy to pediatric patients at LAC+USC hospital.