David González
David González joined ABC7 Eyewitness News in April 2022 as a reporter and multi-skilled journalist based in Orange County. David was born and raised in Santa Ana, California, so this is a homecoming after nearly 15 years away.

After earning his associate degree from Santa Ana College in 2007, he transferred to Arizona State University in Phoenix, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2010. He is a proud Sun Devil.

Most recently, David worked as a reporter in Houston for the CBS affiliate, KHOU-TV. He covered a wide range of stories including the aftermath of the Astroworld tragedy and several hurricanes to make landfall across the Gulf Coast. David has also worked in Pensacola at WEAR-TV, in Wichita Falls at KFDX-TV, and Tucson at KOLD-TV.

In his spare time, David loves to spend time outdoors, workout, travel and hangout with family and friends. He loves to try new restaurants, so if you have any recommendations, send them his way!

David is thrilled to be back in Southern California covering stories where he grew up. If you ever see him around town, feel free to stop him and say hi. He loves meeting new people and hearing your thoughts about what is happening in your community.

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David's Stories
Man hit 13-year-old boy with truck and posed as cop to try to kidnap him, LAPD says
A 38-year-old man was arrested for kidnapping after he reportedly posed as a police officer to convince a 13-year-old boy to get in his vehicle after hitting him with his truck near Panorama City, police said.
Judge rules in favor of father of 12-year-old LAUSD student who challenged COVID vaccine mandate
A judge has ruled in favor of the father of a 12-year-old student who filed a lawsuit challenging the Los Angeles Unified School District's student COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Law enforcement experts warn of celebratory gunfire on Fourth of July
Mixed into the fireworks spectacle of bright lights and loud bangs on the Fourth of July is a hidden danger: celebratory gunfire, the discharge of a firearm into the air.
Was head of OC biker gang a 'rat'? Testimony will help determine if Mongols get new trial
Claims that the head of the Mongols Motorcycle Club was a federal informant sit at the center of a bid to overturn the group's racketeering conviction.
Mongols biker club trial: Relationship between head of gang, retired Montebello officer questioned
Testimony resumed for a hearing in which a judge will decide if the Mongols Motorcycle Club will get a new trial after being convicted of conspiracy and racketeering in 2018.
Mother furious after summer school snafu puts 4th grader on bus by mistake
The mother of an Orange Unified School District student wants better training and a review of summer school transportation protocols after her son was placed on a bus and dropped off at a stop when he was not supposed to be put on a school bus in the first place.
Coyote attacks 2-year-old child at park in Fountain Valley, prompting search for animal, police say
A coyote attacked a 2-year-old child earlier this week at a park in Fountain Valley, prompting a search for the animal, authorities announced.
Here are the SoCal beaches that made the list for worst water quality in the state
Summer is officially here and if you're considering cooling off at the beach, Heal the Bay just released its annual report card of the dirtiest beaches - and some Southern California beaches made the list.
Summer's here and OC lifeguards are ready for the crowds amid nationwide staffing shortages
Beach season in Orange County is officially underway with the start of summer.
More flights at LAX delayed, canceled as busy Juneteenth travel weekend continues
Dozens of flights at Los Angeles International Airport were delayed Monday morning as the nation continues to see a wave of cancellations sparked by the busy Juneteenth holiday.