Rachel Jordan
Rachel Jordan is a Community Journalist for ABC7. She joined the team in February 2019 after reporting for Garden Grove TV-3 in Orange County.

Before moving to SoCal, Rachel zigzagged her way across the U.S. She began her broadcasting career at KRQE-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she produced and hosted lifestyle programming. After that, she was an anchor and producer for FOX Midday News at WFXB-TV in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Rachel obtained her undergraduate degree in Journalism and Media Studies from Rutgers University.

Rachel can't wait to share stories about the diverse, unique community of Long Beach. In her free time, you can find Rachel at the beach, doing yoga, or taking too many pictures of her little dog, Lucy.

Follow Rachel on social media:
Facebook.com/abc7rachel
Twitter.com/abc7rachel
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Contact:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Rachel Jordan
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

ARCHIVES
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Long Beach parents, students fear "closed campus" will harm community
Parents and students are fighting to preserve access to a playground during non-school hours at Fremont Elementary School in Long Beach, after the school district revealed plans to enclose the campus.
CSULB under fire for dumping dirt, trash on sacred Native American grounds
Heaping piles of dirt from a construction site canvas the 22-acre plot of sacred Native American land on the Cal State Long Beach campus, known to the Acjachemen nation as "Puvunga."
Come aboard the biggest fire boat on the West Coast
Long Beach Fire Department's fire boats can shoot water the length of two football fields, and higher than a 20-story building.