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.
Authorities Sunday said a man was behind bars on suspicion of robbing two boys, ages 11 and 12, at knifepoint.
Justin Bieber has reportedly paid $6.5 million for a 10,000 square-foot home in Calabasas.
Dorothee Burkhart, the mother of suspected Hollywood arsonist Harry Burkhart, will be extradited to Germany to face fraud charges.
A former employee of the Los Angeles County Assessor’s Office was arrested Monday for allegedly falsifying documents and unlawfully lowering property values by $172 million.
Fans may be buzzing as three local sports teams push deeper into the postseason, but the personnel responsible for preparing their home floor are likely to feel a little winded later this week.
If you have an issue with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, be patient: you may not hear back from them for months.
A statewide ban on the executions of California inmates by lethal injection faced its strongest challenge yet on Thursday.
Two bank robbery suspects were in custody Monday following a wild police pursuit.
Get ready to make a wish… there’s going to be a meteor shower in just a few hours.
A federal appeals court on Monday dealt another legal setback to affirmative action supporters in California.
A former fifth overall pick from CSULA has agreed to plead guilty to a karaoke scheme in which he failed to report over $600,000 in sales.
The LA Fire Department was under fire on Wednesday for its decision to withhold basic information on emergency calls.
A new bill could make sure you don’t come back to a ticket after you leave your car parked at a busted meter without putting in change.
When does too much “stuff” pose a public threat? That’s the question facing city officials after another death on Skid Row.
Demonstrators gathered outside the jail on Bauchet Street to protest against what they say is an ineffective and dangerous practice.