Jory Rand
Jory Rand is the weekend co-anchor for ABC7 Eyewitness News and a general assignment reporter.

Raised in Columbia, Maryland, Jory studied broadcast journalism at the University of Maryland, where he was also a two-time All-Conference hockey player, winning two ACC Championships.

During his time at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Jory won two Pennsylvania AP awards and four consecutive Golden Quill Awards from the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania.

Jory also worked in Richmond, Virginia at WWBT/WRLH, but began his broadcast career as a sports reporter and anchor at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Maryland.

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Jory's Stories
LA County reports 2nd and 3rd cases of omicron variant, including a USC student
Los Angeles County's second reported case of the omicron variant is a USC student and the third is a person who recently traveled to West Africa. Both are vaccinated.
Want to complain about a company on their social media page? You may want to think twice
Will sending them a tweet or leaving them a lengthy Facebook comment help resolve the issue? Consumer Reports has a few tips to help you get better results.
San Fernando Valley burglary suspect captured after weeks-long manhunt
The suspect wanted for nearly a dozen recent burglaries in the San Fernando Valley was taken into custody in Shadow Hills, bringing an end to a weeks-long manhunt.
Dangerous chase ends in violent crash on 5 Freeway in Lincoln Heights
A dangerous pursuit came to a violent end as a suspect smashed into a big rig at high speeds on the 5 Freeway in Lincoln Heights Tuesday.
Armed man suspected in string of burglaries in San Fernando Valley neighborhoods
Residents living in the Shadow Hills and Sunland-Tujunga area are on edge over an armed man captured on home surveillance videos sneaking into backyards.
Consumer prices see largest year-over-year spike since November 1990
Inflation fears have cast a shadow over the post-pandemic recovery.
Sucker-punch at OC youth basketball game leaves girl with concussion
An Orange County mom has filed a police complaint after her daughter was left with a concussion from a sucker punch during a youth basketball game.
West Hollywood City Council votes to hike minimum wage to $17.64 an hour; highest in the country
West Hollywood's city council passed a motion that will hike the local minimum wage up to $17.64 an hour, which would be the highest in the country.
Vanessa Bryant lawsuit: Judge rules Kobe's widow won't have to face mental exam
A judge ruled Vanessa Bryant won't have to undergo a psychiatric evaluation during her lawsuit against Los Angeles County over photos taken at the Kobe crash site.
Long Beach school officer charged with murder in shooting of 18-year-old Mona Rodriguez, DA says
A Long Beach school safety officer who fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old woman last month has been arrested and charged with murder.