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

Sophie's Stories
Burbank memorial honors victims of Colorado LGBTQ club shooting
Five altars are set up for people to leave messages and flowers for those lost in the Club Q shooting.
The Polar Express is coming to Perris
Guests onboard will experience live performances, songs, dancing and will even get some hot chocolate.
Black Friday shopping will look different this year. Here's what to expect in SoCal
For many retailers, Black Friday deals have expanded throughout the week and online.
Massive lines wrap around Honey Baked Ham stores as Southlanders get ready for Thanksgiving feast
It's a familiar scene the day before Thanksgiving across the Southland - massive lines outside Honey Baked Ham stores!
World Cup: Fans gather at Santa Monica brewery to watch US play Wales
Fans lined up for a watch party two hours before Santa Monica Brew Works opened to cheer on the U.S. men's national team play Wales in the World Cup.
Yucaipa-Calimesa school district to pay $15.75M to family of girl who died after asthma attack
After a 13-year-old Yucaipa girl died from an asthma attack at school, her family wants to prevent that from happening to another family.
Animal abuse investigation underway after video shows 2 men poking at cat in Pomona
An investigation is underway into what appears to be a disturbing act of violence against a cat in Pomona.
Thousands of University of California academic researchers, student employees go on strike
Thousands of researchers and student employees at the 10 University of California campuses have gone on strike in an effort to secure improved pay and working conditions.
LA Lakers host 8th annual Hoops for Troops event for Veterans Day
On Friday, former LA Laker Michael Cooper showed up to support the troops.
Meet Arcadia's first Asian American fire chief
Arcadia Fire Chief Chen Suen has served the Arcadia Fire Department for almost two decades.