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 currently teaches journalism. As a student, she worked for the TODAY Show, and the Olympics in Brazil and South Korea.

Sophie grew up in Connecticut but is thrilled to begin her career in sunny Los Angeles.

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Sophie's Stories
More than 140 caregivers for elderly awarded $5.5 million after being paid $2 an hour
Many of the workers are immigrants from the Philippines, and it's reportedly California's largest residential care facility wage theft case.
Tenants of Marina del Rey building say they've been without gas, power for a week
Tenants at a Marina del Rey apartment complex say they're frustrated because they've been without electricity and gas for about a week.
Residents share concerns with charred home in West Hollywood; say homeless using it as 'drug den'
Residents say homeless people have been using the building as a "drug den" and are demanding answers from the city on what's being done to stop it.
Café Tropical closes after nearly 50 years of business serving Cuban food in Los Angeles
Café Tropical in Silver Lake shut down its operations after almost 50 years of business serving up Cuban coffee and pastries.
Café Tropical cierra después de casi 50 años de negocio sirviendo comida cubana en Los Ángeles
Café Tropical en Silver Lake cierra sus operaciones después de casi 50 años de negocio sirviendo café y pastelitos cubanos.
Más de 20 pasos subterráneos de autopistas en peligro de incendio, según el LAFD
Casi dos docenas de pasos subterráneos de autopistas han sido señalados como peligros potenciales de incendio, según los inspectores de Bomberos de Los Ángeles.
More than 20 freeway underpasses could pose fire hazard, LAFD finds
According to a Los Angeles City Fire Department survey, there are more than 20 properties that pose a similar threat, stretching to parts of the San Fernando Valley, the Long Beach area and Downtown Los Angeles.
Mujer que vive en su auto acusada de irrumpir una casa de Mid-City, disparar mortalmente a hombre
La policía dice que la mujer, que al parecer vivía en su auto, se quedó en el lugar de los hechos. Fue arrestada por asesinato y se le ha impuesto una fianza de $3 millones de dólares.
Woman living in car accused of breaking into Mid-City home, fatally shooting man, police say
Police say the woman, who was reportedly living in her vehicle, stayed at the scene. She was arrested for murder and is being held on $3 million bail.
Suspect sought after smash-and-grab at East LA jewelry store
Don Roberto's Jewelers on Whittier Boulevard in East L.A. was about to close when a suspected robber smashed the store's windows.