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
Boy, 7, attacked by mountain lion at Pico Canyon Park in Stevenson Ranch
A 7-year-old boy was attacked and injured by a mountain lion at Pico Canyon Park in Stevenson Ranch earlier this week, according to officials.
Worker at Mission Community Hospital in Panorama City stabbed; police search for suspect
A hospital worker was stabbed in an apparently random attack in Panorama City Monday evening, prompting a lockdown of the facility, according to authorities.
California photojournalist shares touching moment he had with Queen Elizabeth II
The United Kingdom and the world said their final goodbyes to Queen Elizabeth II on Monday and one California photojournalist is sharing a unique encounter he had with the queen - one he says he'll never forget.
LAPD asks for help identifying suspect in fatal shooting of teens at Lincoln Heights street carnival
Police are asking the public for help finding the person who shot and killed two 17-year-old boys at a street carnival in Lincoln Heights.
Homes of LA County officials searched as part of 'corruption investigation,' LASD says
The supervisor, who represents L.A. County's 3rd District, said deputies took some electronic devices among other items in what LASD is calling an "ongoing public corruption investigation."
Rapper wounded in North Hollywood shooting speaks out
"I feel like everybody with money is under attack in L.A.," said rapper Wakko the Kidd, who said he was shot six times and adds his sound engineer was shot 10 times in an attempted follow-home robbery.
Evacuations ordered in Yucaipa area after heavy rains bring mud flows, flooding
Evacuations were ordered Monday night for several communities in the Yucaipa area because of potential mud and debris flows and flash flooding caused by the recent storm.
Long Beach family opens home to Ukrainian couple and 2 young daughters seeking new life in US
A Long Beach family has opened their home to a Ukrainian couple and their two young daughters after they were displaced as Russia's war on Ukraine drags on.
LA County sheriff's race: Alex Villanueva, Robert Luna trade political jabs during virtual debate
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva traded jabs with his political opponent, former Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna, as the two faced off in a virtual debate.
2 suspects, ages 20 and 17, charged in fatal shooting of off-duty Monterey Park police officer
L.A. District Attorney George Gascón said Officer Gardiel Solorio was shot and killed during what appears to have been an attempted robbery.