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.

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

Rachel's Stories
Long Beach parents protest distance learning with 'Zoom Logout'
Parents in Long Beach are asking families to withdraw from distance learning on Oct. 5 to push the district to reopen its schools.
Long Beach centenarian shares the secret to a long life
The secret to a long life? There is no secret, according to 101-year-old Long Beach resident Wini Carter.
Chloe, the severely abused dog found in Long Beach dumpster in 2018, needs your help
It's been nearly two years since Chloe was rescued after being found abused and abandoned in a Long Beach dumpster. Now, her adopted family is asking for the public's help.
Locals unite to protect tide pools in San Pedro
Residents are seeking protection for the tide pools at White Point Beach in San Pedro after noticing the overharvesting of edible sea life.
Long Beach coffee cart lets you pay what you can
Cafablanca is a donation-based, social justice-focused mobile espresso cart that's popping up around Southern California.
Long Beach urges residents to respond to 2020 Census
More than two-thirds of Long Beach residents have self-responded to the 2020 Census, but city officials say there is still work to be done before the Sept. 30 deadline.
One of 'America's best bakeries' opens its doors in Long Beach
Named one of America's best bakeries by Food & Wine, Gusto Bread said goodbye to its home kitchen and opened up shop on Retro Row in Long Beach.
7 things we've learned about COVID-19 in the last 7 months
Since the World Health Organization first tweeted about an outbreak in China on January 4, here are seven things we have learned about COVID-19.
Work al fresco at this office parklet in Long Beach
Ironfire, a coworking space in Long Beach, has taken advantage of the city's Open Streets initiative by installing an office parklet.
SoCal dance program for those with Down syndrome expands nationwide
Amid pandemic, local nonprofit Down for Dance is now offering dance classes to those of all abilities across the country.