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
UC academic researchers, postdoc scholars reach tentative deal but bargaining continues for others
A tentative agreement has been reached in connection to a statewide University of California strike - the largest higher education strike in U.S. history.
Finals at UC Irvine set to start soon as student workers strike enters 3rd week
Finals start next Tuesday at UC Irvine but there are still a lot of unanswered questions as protests at all ten University of California campuses go into a third week.
Irvine woman warns of potential scam involving Visa Vanilla gift card
An Irvine woman thought she had $500 loaded onto a Visa Vanilla gift card given to her a year ago. It was empty.
Santa Ana winds cause power outages in some Southern California communities
Another round of Santa Ana winds pushed through Southern California on Thanksgiving, causing some communities to have their power shut off amid concerns of possible wildfires.
Tiendas minoristas del condado de Orange ven un aumento en robos antes de las fiestas navideñas
A medida que comienza la temporada de compras navideñas, el Departamento del Alguacil del condado de Orange advierte sobre un aumento en los robos en tiendas minoristas.
Orange County stores seeing uptick in retail theft ahead of holidays
The Orange County Sheriff's Department says as the holiday season approaches investigators are seeing a rise in organized retail thefts.
Just 13% of LA and OC residents can afford to buy a home, analysis shows
Mortgage interest rates more than doubled over the last 12 months, slowing the housing market. Typical SoCal prices are down about 8% from their peak, but still up about 2% from last year, data show.
Train service through San Clemente will remain shut down through February as rail line repairs begin
The Orange County Transportation Authority said it's too risky to continue passenger rail service through that area because of shore erosion on one side and an unstable hillside on the other.
Whittier crash that injured law-enforcement recruits believed to be intentional; driver arrested
Authorities arrested a 22-year-old driver who they believe intentionally slammed into a group of law-enforcement recruits out for a training run in Whittier.
Whittier crash: Here's what we know about law enforcement recruits hit by wrong-way driver
More than two dozen law enforcement recruits were struck by a wrong-way driver while out on a run in Whittier, and authorities say some of them suffered "life-altering injuries" that include head trauma, broken bones and loss of limbs.