Sophie Flay
Sophie Flay is a community journalist for ABC7 covering stories in Silver Lake and adjacent communities. She officially joined the team in March 2019 after interning for ABC7.

Sophie attended the University of Southern California, where she studied broadcast and digital journalism. As a student, she interned for the TODAY Show, the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

During her time at USC, she focused on storytelling for emerging, digital platforms. She created an award-winning IGTV show that won third place in the 2019 BEA Festival of Media Arts.

Sophie grew up in Connecticut but is thrilled to begin her career in sunny Los Angeles. In her free time, she loves attending concerts and trying new restaurants.

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

Sophie's Stories
Pasadena community raises more than $5,000 for Moreno-Balvaneda family
The proceeds from the fundraiser will help pay for the funeral and go towards relocating the family of a 13-year-old boy who was killed.
Monrovia squatter stole Christmas presents but watered the lawn
A Monrovia family is dealing with the aftermath of a break-in from when they were away for Thanksgiving.
Local store owners are counting on shoppers to turn out for Small Business Saturday
Nov. 27 is Small Business Saturday, a time to support your neighborhood by shopping local.
Santa costume sales not yet at pre-pandemic levels
Adele's of Hollywood Costumes has been dressing Santa Claus for 50 years.
Los Angeles celebrates Korea Kimchi Day
The California State Assembly passed the measure in August to celebrate the growing Korean American population.
Hancock Park residents say mail has been delayed for months
"I think what upsets me or aggravates me the most is a lack of communication," said Hancock Park resident Larry.
Proof of vaccination will be required to get into these places
The COVID rules are changing again in Los Angeles with more places requiring proof of vaccination starting Thursday.
Pasadena teen helps parents learn educational tools for their children
Connor Lee started holding workshops online and in-person for parents with young children.
Officials warn parents about street racing ahead of Halloween
Street racing surged during the pandemic when the streets were empty.
City Attorney files 16 criminal charges against Chinatown building owner
"It is outrageous that vulnerable senior citizens in a 16-story high-rise are essentially trapped," said City Attorney Mike Feuer.