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
What happened to Eugene Youngblood? Family of man who died at Lancaster jail seeking answers
Eugene Youngblood died at the Lancaster sheriff's station jail after his arrest on June 5. His family is wondering what happened and is now filing a claim against the county.
LAUSD moving forward with plan to ban student cellphone use during school day
The LAUSD board voted in favor of banning phones and social media throughout the school day, including break periods. The policy will go into effect as early as January 2025.
Vintage 1950s Oldsmobile stolen from LA car dealer's underground garage: 'I just can't believe it'
Frank Corrente said he has no idea how a thief managed to steal the car that was locked up in an underground garage in the middle of the night.
Pump prices falling in SoCal as oil and gas production ramps up nationwide
Following national trends, gas prices have been falling in Southern California just in time for the summer travel season.
Bear breaks into crawl space of Monrovia home, stays for more than a week
Residents in Monrovia are no strangers to bear sightings, but some concern bubbled up after one large furry animal made itself comfortable under one house for more than a week.
Whittier residents say 'no' to city's plan to remove nearly 100 ficus trees in historic district
One couple said they've spent nearly $20,000 on fliers and an ad campaign to help save the beloved ficus trees.
Ola de calor azota el sur de California con temperaturas de tres dígitos en algunas zonas
Faltan unas semanas para el primer día del verano, pero la primera ola de calor del año ya está aquí.
Condado de Los Ángeles busca crear un plan para responder mejor a los avistamientos de osos
El condado de Los Ángeles le urge al estado a que contrate expertos en osos y vida salvaje que puedan responder a casos de avistamientos con más urgencia.
Largest veteran housing development in US breaks ground in West LA
The largest veteran housing development in the U.S. broke ground Friday in West Los Angeles. More than $1 billion is committed to the project.
Noxious odors from Castaic landfill are making residents sick, lawsuit alleges
People who live near the Chiquita Canyon Landfill in Castaic are filing a major lawsuit that alleges the toxic odors from the site are making people sick.