Veronica Miracle
Veronica Miracle is the weekend co-anchor for ABC7 Eyewitness News and a general assignment reporter. She joined the team in August 2017. During her short time in Los Angeles, she's covered numerous breaking stories throughout the region. She reported from the Las Vegas shooting massacre, covering the aftermath of the devastation. She traveled to Houston, TX when the area was ravaged by Hurricane Harvey. She was one of the first reporters in Montecito, CA when a deadly mudslide nearly destroyed the coastal city. She was also honored to be part of KABC's team that won four regional Murrow Awards in 2019.

Veronica joined the team in August 2017 after spending three years at ABC30 in Fresno, California, as a weekend anchor and reporter. In Fresno, a series of her reports helped free a woman from jail after she was wrongfully accused of crimes she didn't commit. Veronica began her broadcasting career at KLEW-TV in Lewiston, Idaho, where she was a general assignment reporter and evening news anchor.

She graduated in 2018 from Syracuse University with a master's degree in journalism innovation. Veronica obtained her undergraduate degree from the Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. She studied broadcast journalism and political science. One of her semesters at WSU was spent backpacking across India and studying the culture.

Veronica was born in Osaka, Japan, where most of her family lives today. She is conversationally fluent in Japanese. She is the proud owner of a rescue dog named Kuma, whom she met while emceeing an adoption event. She is also the owner of a partially blind dog named Luna, whom she adopted from a shelter in Los Angeles.


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Contact:
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Glendale, CA 91201
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Veronica's Stories
Filmmaker Pamela J. Peters explores LA's Native American community through the lens of migration
Pamela J. Peters uses art and filmmaking to raise awareness about Native Americans in Los Angeles, an often overlooked part of the community.
True Crime: The Murder of Monica Leech
The men wanted for the 1997 murder of bank teller Monica Leech in quiet Thousand Oaks have never been caught. ABC7 details the renewed hunt, and the link to one of L.A.'s largest and most violent street gangs.
Overcoming the bystander effect: How to help others during a racist attack
In many recent attacks against the Asian American community, no one stepped in to help the victim. That may have something to do with what's known as the bystander effect.
County firefighter fatally shoots fellow firefighter, wounds captain and takes own life, sources say
Sources told Eyewitness News that the suspect was a firefighter who shot and killed another as part of an ongoing dispute.
Authorities arrest man in string of BB gun shootings on 91 Freeway
Authorities on Wednesday announced the arrest of a man believed to be responsible for a recent string of BB gun shootings on the 91 Freeway.
Gatherings across Southern California mark 1-year anniversary of George Floyd's murder
One year after George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis police custody, several events throughout Southern California Tuesday were held to remember him and reflect on changes after his death sparked waves of protests across the country.
Brush fire erupts above Pacific Coast Highway in Pacific Palisades
A brush fire erupted on a hill in Pacific Palisades Monday evening, prompting a response from firefighters.
Orange County eligible to move to yellow tier, least restrictive in CA's reopening framework
Orange County is now eligible to advance into the yellow tier, the least restrictive in California's reopening framework, according to state data released Tuesday.
Mask confusion: Different rules from CDC, private companies, LA County causing uncertainty
While the CDC is loosening mask requirements for vaccinated Americans, California is keeping its rules in place for another month, causing confusion at local retail stores.
450-acre blaze in eastern Antelope Valley triggers evacuations, destroys homes
Firefighters were gaining control over a brush fire that destroyed at least two homes and threatened others as it spread to at least 450 acres in the Antelope Valley community of Llano.