Phillip Palmer
Phillip Palmer is the weekday midday anchor for ABC7 Eyewitness News and also reports on solutions to community problems for Eyewitness News. Previously, Phillip served as a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor since joining the station in 1998.

Phillip was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, but his family moved around a lot. In fact, Phillip has lived in Shreveport, Louisiana; Wichita, Kansas; Memphis, Tennessee; Little Rock, Arkansas; Evergreen, Colorado.

In his adopted home of West Monroe, Louisiana, Phillip graduated high school in 1981. He graduated from Northeast Louisiana University with a degree in journalism and a minor in radio/TV/film.

Phillip's career also began in West Monroe, where in 1985, he became a sports reporter at KNOE AM/FM radio. He then moved to KAKE in Wichita, Kansas in 1990 as a weekend sports anchor. In 1994, Phillip moved to KCNC in Denver, Colorado as the morning news anchor.

A strong supporter of organ donation, Phillip donated a kidney to his friend, Dale Davis, in March 2007.

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Contact:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Phillip Palmer
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

Phillip's Stories
ABC7 Salutes: 100-year-old WWII veteran from Loma Linda handcrafts his 100th violin
World War 2 veteran celebrates 70 years of working on the fine art of crafting violins and other stringed instruments.
ABC7 Solutions: Resources available to help young students experiencing homelessness
Resources and support are available to students experiencing homelessness in Southern California so they don't fall behind in the classroom.
Yes2Jobs offers access, education, opportunity in entertainment industry to minority students
Yes2Jobs offers minority students a chance to find their future by providing access and exposure to job opportunities in the entertainment industry.
Amid calls for police defunding, head of new LAPD bureau says community relationships key to building trust
Capt. Emada Tingirides is set to become a deputy chief, and take charge of the LAPD's new bureau focused on community safety.
Dr. Muntu Davis: LA County's health officer details COVID-19 battle
Dr. Muntu Davis, Los Angles County's health officer, spoke about coronavirus issues including high demand for testing, contact tracing and keeping schools safe.
Are electric planes the future for air travel?
We've seen the rise of electric vehicles, but how about electric planes? They could put out a lot less pollution and be a lot quieter. Is this the future for air travel?
UCLA's VIP Scholars program aims to make equal opportunity for university education a reality
The promise of a college education to promising young black students is an inspiring solution for change. UCLA's VIP Scholars program has been in place for 15 years. It's growing in importance now more than ever, and making equal opportunity for university education a reality.
Ask the doctor: Are kids "super spreaders" of COVID-19?
We're answering your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine trial, antibodies and more.
South Los Angeles organization helps offenders rebuild their lives, learn new skills
A South Los Angeles organization founded to save lives by reducing violence is giving offenders a chance to be seen as something new.
South LA pastor bringing law enforcement, communities together through food
SERVING UP PEACE IN SOUTH L.A.: For the past 13 years, Pastor Tyrice Cagle's message of peace has gone beyond his church sanctuary. It extends out to the community to build a positive relationship with the LAPD. Part of this is done by having a weekly taco stand for law enforcement and the community.