Claudia Peschiutta is a general-assignment reporter at KNX 1070 Newsradio. She has more than a decade of journalism experience and has covered everything from fires to trials.
The UCLA graduate began her career as a print journalist, working for several newspapers, including the Glendale News-Press and the Los Angeles Business Journal. Peschiutta became a broadcast journalist in 2002 when she joined KFWB 980.
She went on to become the West Coast correspondent for the FOX News Radio network. Peschiutta missed covering local, breaking news and went to KNX in 2006.
As we become increasingly dependent on the Internet, getting by without it in the event of a major emergency could be devastating.
The popularity of cell phones means more and more people are getting rid of their landlines.
The ongoing drought emergency in California has prompted new water conservation measures at the Getty Center and Villa.
To get a glimpse of the Miracle Mile’s past, one need go no further than the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits.
A day after a car careened into a crowd of people on the Venice Beach boardwalk, a local lawmaker says more barriers should be put up to keep vehicular traffic away.
More than three years after police arrested a suspect in the so-called “Grim Sleeper” serial killings, no trial date is in sight.
Mayor Eric Garcetti met with city department heads Monday as part of his administration’s efforts to improve efficiency at City Hall.
Javier Viera has been allegedly linked to 21 incidents of arson and attempted arson in South Pasadena and four in Pasadena since mid- November.
A plea for last-minute campaign donations from Los Angeles mayoral candidate Kevin James has prompted a rebuke from one Los Angeles County official.
Residents and businesses in Pasadena and other foothill communities were being asked on Wednesday to reduce their water consumption while a major water pipeline is taken out of service.
The city of Pasadena is about to lose one of its oldest employers.
It’s been more than 23 years since the Los Angeles Herald Examiner ceased publication.
A 10-year-old burn victim from China has undergone a huge changes since arriving in Los Angeles last year.
With less than a week to go before Election Day, one particular group of voters is getting some help in making sure their voice is heard.
Gov. Jerry Brown was on hand to watch the Mars rover Curiosity take its first drive on the surface of the red planet Wednesday.