Leo Stallworth
Leo Stallworth is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News.

Leo was born in Los Angeles but spent most of his childhood in Texas. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in broadcast journalism.

He began his reporting career on the radio in Dallas, Texas. His first television reporting position was in Tyler, Texas, but he quickly moved on to Sarasota, Florida. He then worked as an anchor in Florence/Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and a reporter and anchor in St. Louis, Missouri.

Since joining ABC7, Leo has become very involved in community events on behalf of ABC7, including helping to organize charity basketball games to benefit the Foothill Unity Center.

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Leo's Stories
Cow spotted roaming through Sylmar neighborhood in middle of the night
A cow caused quite a commotion in a Sylmar neighborhood when it broke free and began roaming the streets.
Teen fatally shot while working at SoCal smoke shop: 'You took the most precious soul ever'
An 18-year-old who just graduated high school was shot and killed while he worked at a smoke shop in Lancaster, and the suspects on Wednesday remained outstanding.
Advocates say homeless encampments in Sepulveda Basin raise fire risk
Just a month after a firefighter was injured battling a blaze in the Sepulveda Basin, homeless encampments in the area continue to grow and advocates are saying the city needs to take action before more fires break out.
L.A. Care aims to tackle doctor shortage by paying for medical scholarships
L.A. Care's Elevating the Safety Net aims to create more doctors to serve low-income communities in Los Angeles County.
Residentes culpan a ladrones de cable de cobre por dejar a oscuras un vecindario de Los Ángeles
Los residentes dicen que los ladrones de cobre están dejando a oscuras su vecindario del centro de Los Ángeles.
Residents blame copper wire thieves for leaving downtown LA neighborhood in the dark
Residents in a downtown L.A. neighborhood say thieves are stealing copper wire from streetlights and leaving the area in the dark.
Autoridades solicitan ayuda para resolver asesinato de una mujer cuyo cuerpo fue encontrado quemado
Los investigadores del alguacil del condado de Los Ángeles están pidiendo al público que les ayude a resolver el asesinato de una mujer cuyo cuerpo quemado fue encontrado en Bakersfield en 2022.
LA County sheriff's seeks public's help in solving murder of woman whose body was found burned
Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators are asking the public to help them solve the 2022 murder of a woman whose burned body was found in Bakersfield.
LA County officials, firefighters encourage brush fire safety as Fourth of July holiday approaches
Fireworks are a Fourth of July tradition but keeping safety in mind is important especially when it comes to illegal fireworks, which can be dangerous and cause wildfires.
LAPD offers $25K reward after LA Christian bookstore owner shot and left paralyzed
A husband and father was left paralyzed after being shot outside his Christian bookstore. The shooting happened months ago, but with no suspects behind bars, investigators are now offering a reward.