Gabriela Milian
Gabriela Milian joined the ABC7 team as a community journalist in 2019. She previously worked as a storyteller at an experimental project for the E.W. Scripps company in Fort Myers, FL called Hello SWFL. Before that she was a news assistant at CNN's New York Bureau at the breaking news desk.

Born in New York, and raised all across the United States in a military family, Gabriela grew a love for travel and good storytelling. She hopes to continue polishing her craft in both English and Spanish-speaking communities as a storyteller.

Gabriela also enjoys looking for the best tacos in town, and spending time outdoors as much as possible.

She is a Rutgers University graduate, where she majored in journalism and Spanish. Gabriela is currently finishing her master's thesis at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and hopes to turn her thesis into a book.

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Gabriela's Stories
Van Nuys restaurant Mom's Haus bringing Louisiana soul food during COVID-19
This restaurant has been around for over 30 years when the original owner, Genevia (Mom), brought her creole cuisine and called the place Mom's Bar B Que House. Soon a fellow Louisiana native took over the place and re-opened during the coronavirus pandemic.
How to train your pets virtually during COVID-19
Janine Pierce, owner of J9's K9s Dog Training in Canoga Park, transitioned her dog trainers online during the pandemic and said business is booming.
Service dog program in Sylmar works to raise money during COVID-19
Guide Dogs of America is expanding to not only train dogs to service the blind, but to also help people with Autism and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. However, COVID-19 is causing some challenges for the organization.
What to know about face masks for kids
Experts recommend parents have conversations with their children about wearing masks to help make sure kids keep them on in public.
Community donates over $15,000 to keep Northridge arcade open
The Neon Retro Arcade is one of many small businesses that was struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic.
What does defund the police mean for Los Angeles?
The Los Angeles City council approved a $150 million cut to the Los Angeles Police Department's budget on July 1.
Tarzana couple creates book to help children cope with coronavirus pandemic
Callie and Leo Silva wanted to help comfort children during the pandemic with a book.
Van Nuys restaurant Sweet Blessings keeps soul food alive during tough times
Customers are still supporting Sweet Blessings and glad that they've opened up shop again after a recent attempted break in.
Prom wasn't cancelled for this Granada Hills high school student
Nick Alvarez still wanted his girlfriend, Jennifer Beristain, to feel special graduating from Granada Hills Charter High School with a backyard prom.
How this pharmacy in Studio City is slowly recovering after recent looting
Elements Pharmacy in Studio City was one of the many pharmacies recently looted, and even though there are other businesses in the same strip mall the pharmacy was the only business targeted.