Michelle Fisher
Michelle Fisher co-anchors ABC7 Eyewitness News weekend evenings and is also a general assignment reporter.

Michelle joined the ABC7 Los Angeles team in November 2022. Prior to joining KABC-TV, Michelle worked as an anchor at the Black News Channel and at NBC News, where she anchored a digital show called "The Report by NBC News" on Quibi.

Prior to her time in New York City, Michelle worked for WBZ-TV, CBS Boston, as a reporter and fill-in anchor. Michelle's broadcasting career started in Monroe, Louisiana, where she was a morning anchor for KTVE/KARD, the NBC/FOX duopoly covering parts of Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi.

A Virginia native, Michelle is the proud daughter of two former broadcast journalists. She graduated from the University of Virginia, with a Bachelor's degree in American Studies. After completing her undergraduate degree, Michelle relocated to Los Angeles where she earned a post-baccalaureate journalism certificate from UCLA's continuing education school. While she was a student at UCLA Extension, Michelle completed two internships at KABC-TV, which truly makes her return to Southern California and ABC7 Los Angeles a full-circle (seven) moment in her career!

In her free time, Michelle enjoys spending time with family and friends, doing DIY crafts, thrift shopping and being a dog mom to her Shih Tzu, Lucy.

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Michelle's Stories
Burglars take thousands in merchandise from San Pedro shoe store day before scheduled reopening
Burglars stole thousands of dollars in merchandise from a San Pedro shoe store that was set to reopen this week after closing for the pandemic.
3 people found dead after fire breaks out at Riverside home, police say
Three people were found dead Friday morning after a fire broke out at a home in Riverside and police believe they may have been victims of a homicide.
Pasadena police release new video of gunman wanted in shooting death of 13-year-old boy
It's been a year since a 13-year-old Pasadena boy was shot and killed by a stray bullet while he was playing video games in his bedroom. Now police have released new footage of the shooting in hopes the public can help track down the gunman.
Angry tenant kicks, screams and damages landlord's property near USC campus
A Southern California landlord is concerned for his renters and property and he continues to deal with a problematic tenant. While the eviction process is underway, it could take much longer than expected.
Whittier crash: Here's what we know about law enforcement recruits hit by wrong-way driver
More than two dozen law enforcement recruits were struck by a wrong-way driver while out on a run in Whittier, and authorities say some of them suffered "life-altering injuries" that include head trauma, broken bones and loss of limbs.