Veronica Miracle
Veronica Miracle is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News. She 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.

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. In 2018, Veronica graduated from Syracuse University with a master's degree in journalism innovation.

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.

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Veronica's Stories
LA dog boutique employee tosses dog to the ground - Video
Animal lovers are furious after a video went viral showing a Los Angeles dog boutique employee throwing a dog to the ground.
Supreme Court's conservatives seem to back Trump on ending DACA as supporters hold rallies in LA
Rallies were held around the Los Angeles area and nationwide Tuesday as the Supreme Court heard arguments about President Donald Trump's ongoing push to end DACA.
Luke Combs nominated for three 2019 CMA Awards
Country artist Luke Combs is nominated for three 2019 Country Music Association Awards and will perform at the live show.
Camarillo woman remembers uncle after WWII submarine, missing for 75 years, found off coast of Japan
Kathy Taylor of Camarillo never stopped looking for her uncle, who went missing in action decades ago during World War II.
Cody Johnson nominated for new artist of the year at CMA Awards
Cody Johnson is surprised and grateful for his new artist of the year nomination at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards.
Thousand Oaks community gathers to remember Borderline shooting, Woolsey Fire
The Ventura County community came together Friday for a night of remembrance and reflection one year after the Borderline mass shooting and the Woolsey Fire.
Neighborhood evacuated after man finds deceased woman and bomb threat inside Simi Valley home
A Simi Valley neighborhood was evacuated after a woman's bloody body was found inside the home along with a bomb threat scrawled on the wall.
Proposition 187: Passing of anti-immigrant measure in 1994 sparked a movement in Latino community
Twenty-five years ago on Nov. 8, 1994, California voters approved Proposition 187, an anti-immigrant measure that threatened to strip undocumented immigrants of public services, like healthcare, and deny their children public education. The passing of the measure sparked a movement, changing California history forever.
Good Samaritans honored for their heroic acts at Lakewood Award of Valor event
Civilians, firefighters and sheriff's deputies were honored for their heroic acts at the Lakewood Award of Valor event.
Borderline shooting: Family remembers son Telemachus Orfanos on 1-year anniversary
The parents of Telemachus Orfanos share memories of their son on the one year anniversary of the Borderline shooting.