Michele Gile

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Michele joined KCAL in 1990 as the Orange County reporter and she has loved it there ever since! She now reports from the field for both KCAL 9 and CBS 2.

Michele attended UCLA and transferred her junior year to USC to join the Broadcast Journalism School.

Upon graduation, Michele landed her first job as a reporter in Palm Springs. From there she was off to Santa Barbara and on to CNN for further reporting assignments. Michele’s busy career has included stories from the Laguna Beach fires, the LA Riots, the abduction of Samantha Runnion and many other important news events.

Michele has received many prestigious honors including two Emmy awards, a Golden Mic and the national Clarion Award for the best television spot news story.

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Several Kids, Camp Counselors Stung By Bees In San Clemente After Rock Thrown At Beehive

They were on a nature walk in Bonita Canyon Park when one boy dared another to provoke the bees.

07/31/2017

Police Shoot, Kill Knife-Wielding Man In Orange

The incident started when police officers pulled Michael Perez over for having a broken tail light.

03/13/2017

Man Killed By Huntington Beach Police During Soccer Practice Identified

Steven Schiltz had a lengthy criminal history.

03/10/2017

Tipster Reveals How He Helps Police Catch Suspected Child Predator In Riverside

Theodore Childers is accused of trying to lure a girl into the men’s restroom at a Food 4 Less last month.

03/09/2017

Popular Porto’s Bakery Opens In Orange County And Opening Day Lines Snake Around The Block

Cuban-born actor Andy Garcia is a huge Porto’s fan and he made the trek to the new eatery.

03/01/2017

Great White Shark Sightings Continue Off Orange County

Miles of beach at Sunset Beach and Huntington Beach will be closed until Saturday after a 12-foot great white was spotted about 300 yards off shore this morning.

02/24/2017

Robbers Target Long Beach Jewelry Store Armed With Pepper Spray

The robbery occurred at 1:47 p.m. Thursday at Rush A Fix Jewelry-N-Watch Repairs, located just a few blocks from the 710 Freeway on the 400 block of West Willow Street.

CBS2 / KCAL9–05/16/2013

Orange County Officer Honored With Medal Of Valor After 40 Years

Among the officers who received the Medal Of Valor at the Orange County Sherrif’s 25th Annual Medal of Valor ceremony was a retired captain whose recognition has been 40 years coming.

03/26/2013

Hundreds Of Young Soccer Players Get Lesson From The Pros

A professional soccer team spent Friday afternoon coaching hundreds of young soccer players from the Anaheim YMCA.

03/22/2013

Firefighters Gather In Huntington Beach For Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

The luck of the Irish has brought a group of firefighters from Dublin and New York to Huntington Beach for some California fun.

03/08/2013

K-9 Officer Nabs Shotgun-Wielding Suspect After Wild Chase

Police say they have nabbed a suspected armed robber and seized a sawed-off shotgun following a wild pursuit in Santa Ana.

11/02/2012

2 Marines Allegedly Go On Shooting Spree With Pellet Gun

Authorities say two 20-year-old Marines from Camp Pendleton are suspected of using a pellet gun to go on a shooting spree that stretched from San Clemente to Newport Beach.

10/23/2012

OC All-Stars To Participate In Football Fundraiser For Fellow Deputy

Female members of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department will take to the football field this weekend to help a fellow deputy.

09/28/2012

Dogs Abandoned In Laguna Hills Park To Go Up For Adoption

More than two dozen dogs abandoned in a Laguna Hills park are expected to go up for adoption on Saturday.

06/29/2012

Middle School Teacher Arrested After He’s Accused Of Having Sex With Third Student

A Shorecliffs Middle School teacher who already been arrested on suspicion of inappropriate conduct with two female students was arrested again Thursday for allegedly having sex with a third.

06/21/2012

10 Students From University High School Get Perfect ACT Scores

An elite group of ten University High School students in Irvine all received perfect scores on the ACT test.

06/08/2012

Family Of 8 Allowed Back Home Temporarily After Being Evicted

There is a temporary reprieve for a family of eight, including a child with cancer, who were evicted from their home in Orange on Thursday.

06/01/2012

Duo Posing As Tree Trimmers Targeting Elderly In OC

Homeowners in Orange County are being warned of a pair of burglars posing as tree trimmers and approaching the elderly.

05/24/2012

Sketch Released, Reward Offered In Snowboarder Bandit Case

A composite sketch was released Monday of a man, known at the Snowboarder Bandit, who is on the FBI’s most wanted list of bank robbers.

04/23/2012

Attorney: OC Woman Accused In Assisted Suicide Was Unaware Vet Wanted To Die

An attorney representing a Laguna Woods woman accused in the assisted suicide of a World War II veteran says his client had no idea the man wanted to die.

03/30/2012

Social Network Launched To Help Keep Military Families Connected

Camo — short for camouflage — is a type of uniform often worn by service members to keep them alive. But camo is also the name of a new social network to help keep military families connected.

03/26/2012

3 Camp Pendleton Marines Killed, 1 Critically Injured In Dana Point Car Crash

Authorities were working to determine whether alcohol was a factor in a crash that left 3 Marines dead and one in critical condition on Tuesday.

CBS2 / KCAL9–02/14/2012

Police Urge Driver Who Struck Girl To Come Forward

Police Wednesday urged a hit-and-run driver to come forward after critically injuring a teenage girl two days prior.

02/08/2012

Temecula Marine Killed In Afghanistan Honored In Orange County

Fallen war hero, Marine Corporal Christopher Singer, 23, of Temecula, was honored in Orange County Tuesday morning.

01/31/2012

Elderly Woman Crashes Cadillac Into Donut Shop Patio, Block Wall

An elderly woman crashed her Cadillac into the patio of DK’s Donuts in the city of Orange Monday morning.

01/30/2012

90-Year-Old Rossmoor Woman Victim Of Home Invasion Robbery

A 90-year-old woman was mugged in Rossmoor today by two men who tied her up in her home and ransacked it while stealing some of her valuables, an Orange County sheriff’s spokesman said.

12/07/2011

Local Businessman Donates $450K To Help Wounded Marine

A foundation created in the memory of a firefighter killed on 9/11 got help from a local businessman to in turn help a local Marine, who was wounded on the battle field in Afghanistan.

11/14/2011

Major Improvements Unveiled At John Wayne Airport

After a two-year expansion project, John Wayne Airport is doing a show-and-tell of the ongoing changes designed to create a better and more secure flying experience for passengers.

11/09/2011

Witnesses Recount Deadly Seal Beach Salon Shooting

A group of people, who aided and comforted victims inside Salon Meritage during a gunman’s deadly rampage last month, said that they do not want to be called heroes during an exclusive interview with CBS2 News about that tragic day.

11/03/2011

Southland Muslims Celebrate Qaddafi’s End

The killing of Muammar Qaddafi has been a cause for celebration for many in the Southland’s Muslim community.

10/20/2011

Victims Remembered In Deadly Seal Beach Shooting

One day after the deadly shooting rampage at a Seal Beach salon, the worst mass-shooting in Orange County history, victims were being remembered with flowers, photos and tears.

10/13/2011

Model Who Killed, Cooked And Ate Husband Denied Parole

An Orange County woman who killed her newlywed husband and chopped and cooked his body parts over Thanksgiving weekend in 1991 has been denied parole for the second time.

10/05/2011

Anaheim Restaurant Owner Feeding Needy Kids In Mother’s Honor

About 1,000 families are living in old motels in the heart of Orange County, but one Anaheim restaurant owner is making sure that kids from those families are at least getting good, hot meals.

09/27/2011

Fullerton Continues To Monitor City Website Following Threat

Fullerton Police Monday continued to monitor the city’s websites after a group of hackers threatened the department in response to the death homeless man, that happened during a confrontation with police.

08/15/2011

Costa Mesa Not On Brink Of Financial Ruin?

An independent auditor hired by Costa Mesa’s Employee Union says there is more than $26 million available to be used in the city’s general fund for the upcoming fiscal year.

06/21/2011