Rachel Brown
Rachel Brown is the weekend morning co-anchor and a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News. She joined the station in June of 2019 and is thrilled to become a member of the Los Angeles' #1 news team.

Rachel is a native of Chicago's South Side. She received a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Illinois. From there she went on to pursue a master's degree in communication management, and graduated from Northwestern University one year later.

She landed her first reporting job not far from home in South Bend, Indiana. There, she received her first Emmy nomination for her reporting during a winter storm.

On the search for warmer weather, Rachel's next job took her south to Charlotte, North Carolina. She joined NBC Charlotte and served as a weekday evening anchor and nightside reporter for three years.

Outside of the newsroom Rachel is passionate about kids. During her time in Charlotte she volunteered weekly at Levine Children's Hospital. Working as a Child Life Specialist, Rachel's goal was to make children feel as happy and as comfortable as possible during their stay.

Rachel is so excited to serve Southern California. She looks forward to more volunteering opportunities, trying new restaurants, and exploring all Los Angeles has to offer.

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Rachel's Stories
Nury Martinez is elected first Latina president of Los Angeles City Council
The Los Angeles City Council elected Councilwoman Nury Martinez as its president, making her the first Latina to lead the 15-member body in the city's history.
Saugus High School students return to class for first time since shooting
Monday marked an emotional return for Saugus High School students and staff as classes resumed for the first time since the deadly shooting on campus last month.
Snowstorm causing dangerous conditions along Cajon Pass, Grapevine section of 5 Freeway
A major snowstorm has moved into Southern California, with the potential to wreak havoc through the Grapevine and Cajon Pass as drivers made the Thanksgiving trek.
Families head home with grocery bag full of Thanksgiving food, heart full of gratitude in South LA
Thousands lined up in the early morning hours to get free Thanksgiving food as part of an annual giveaway in South Los Angeles.
Major SoCal storm bringing rain, snow expected to impact Thanksgiving travel
Rain and snow are expected to slam Southern California this week, coinciding with Thanksgiving travel for millions hitting the road.
Dozens of dogs dropped off in single U-Haul to Van Nuys animal shelter in need of forever homes
It was an unusually busy weekend for a Van Nuys animal shelter after someone dropped off 51 dogs at the location.
Santa Clarita shooting: Students return to Saugus High School to retrieve belongings
Saugus High School students returned to campus briefly on Tuesday to retrieve their belongings for the first time since last week's mass shooting.
Hart District schools reopen, Saugus High remains closed in wake of shooting
Saugus High School remains closed for another two weeks as other students from the William S. Hart Union High School District return to class Monday.
8 students detained after multiple fights, 'volatile' unrest at Fremont High School in South LA
Classes resumed Wednesday at a South Los Angeles high school where multiple fights and reports of "volatile" unrest on campus prompted a large police presence and lead to several students being detained.
Supreme Court's conservatives seem to back Trump on ending DACA as supporters hold rallies in LA
Rallies were held around the Los Angeles area and nationwide Tuesday as the Supreme Court heard arguments about President Donald Trump's ongoing push to end DACA.