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
Palmdale teen's family files suit against school district after he fell out of truck on campus, died
The family of a high school student filed a lawsuit against the Antelope Valley Union High School District after he fell out of the bed of a moving pickup truck in a campus parking lot and died.
Educators looking to boost sagging community-college enrollment in California
Alarming new data shows community-college enrollment in California has dropped to its lowest level in three decades.
Whittier College announces discontinuation of football program
According to school officials, Whittier College's football program will be discontinued and the men's lacrosse and men's and women's golf programs will be discontinued at the end of their seasons.
Murder suspect sought in shooting of daughter's ex-boyfriend, 26, after car chase ends in Palmdale
A father is being sought as a homicide suspect after his daughter's 26-year-old ex-boyfriend was shot and killed in the middle of a road.
Chaos breaks out at Antelope Valley Mall amid sledgehammer smash-and-grab
Chaos broke out at the Antelope Valley mall Tuesday after a group of bandits used a large sledgehammer to smash up glass cases and grab fistfuls of jewelry from a kiosk store.
$18 million in stolen goods recovered, 22 arrested in crackdown on LA railroad car thefts
The Train Burglary Task Force nabbed the suspects who police say were members of a criminal enterprise targeting and burglarizing cargo containers moving through L.A. County.
Family searching for Agua Dulce single mother who went missing last month: 'Please come home'
A distraught family is desperately searching for an Agua Dulce mother who suddenly vanished without explanation and hasn't been seen since October.
Antelope Valley homeless get much-needed winter gear amid freeze warning
As Antelope Valley remained under a freeze warning Thursday, concerns grew for those experiencing homelessness in the area and groups stepped in to help.
$2.04B jackpot: Powerball ticket matching all 6 numbers sold at Altadena gas station
A Powerball ticket matching all six numbers in the $2.04 billion drawing was sold in Los Angeles County, officials announced Tuesday.
Measure H: Rent control measure for Pasadena aims to protect tenants
Some believe Measure H helps renters and will help tackle homelessness while others think it will make the housing situation worse.