Erin Myers is a reporter for the KTLA 5 Morning News.

Erin began her career on national television after obtaining her bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University in exercise science and her master’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Miami.

While looking for a job in the news field, she was offered to host a nationally broadcast game show. When that came to an end, she spent her time working as an entertainment reporter and producer appearing on Extra, E! News Now and others, but news was always her first love.

When KTLA had a position open up in 2013, she jumped at the chance to be a part of such a successful and well-respected organization. She covers breaking news, human interest pieces and of course the fun stuff when you need a good laugh.

In her free time, she is a mom to a wonderful bunch of dogs and cats who are her angels with fur. Her favorite part of the job is making an impact on the community and meeting all the amazing viewers who make KTLA the success it is.


Recent Articles
  • Firefighters douse flames in a tree at South Mountain Road during the Maria Fire, in Santa Paula, Calif. on Nov. 1, 2019. (Credit: Apu Gomes / AFP via Getty Images)

    Maria Fire Now 9,412 Acres and 30% Contained After Threatening Thousands of Ventura County Homes

    Firefighters managed to get 30% containment of the massive Maria Fire after it burned through more than a dozen square miles within a day, authorities said Saturday. The wildfire burned 9,412 acres as it threatened thousands of homes in Eastern Ventura, Santa Paula, Somis and Camarillo, according to the Ventura County Fire Department. Some evacuations orders were lifted Friday night, when authorities said it was 10,700 acres and 0% contained. “We are looking to start letting residents return to their […]

  • Inmate firefighters battle the Maria Fire on the Santa Clara River bed in Santa Paula on Nov. 1, 2019. (Credit: Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

    Red Flag Warnings Still in Effect for L.A. and Ventura Counties; Dangerous Fire Weather Enters 4th Day

    Dangerous fire weather conditions for the windiest areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties have entered its fourth day, with forecasters extending red flag warnings through at least Saturday evening. Santa Ana winds have weakened considerably since the middle of the week, but the National Weather Service is warning that the air is still dangerously dry, with relative humidity across the region less than 10% and peak gusts in some valleys and inland mountains of L.A. and Ventura counties still […]

  • Teenage Swedish activist Greta Thunberg addresses the crowd while attending a climate action rally in Los Angeles on Nov. 1, 2019. (Credit: Frederic J. Brown / AFP / Getty Images)

    Greta Thunberg Joins L.A. Youth Climate Strike Calling for Halt to New Oil Drilling in California

    Greta Thunberg, Sweden’s 16-year-old climate-change activist, joined fellow teenagers from throughout California Friday in telling a cheering crowd of hundreds at a Los Angeles rally that they can and will fight to save their planet from global warming. Thunberg, who has been traveling across the United States since delivering a passionate speech in New York in September that demanded world leaders do more to combat global warming, spoke at a rally organized by Youth Climate Strike Los Angeles. The group […]

  • A woman leads two horses into a trailer during the Easy Fire in Simi Valley on Oct. 30, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Volunteers Race to Save Horses as Easy Fire Flames Rage in Simi Valley

    Volunteers raced to save horses evacuated during the Easy Fire as flames raged nearby Wednesday morning. Ventura County Animal Services put out a call for help for volunteers with horse trailers who could get the large animals to safety. They asked those people who want to help to text 805-469-0896 with a picture of their license plate, drivers license and indicate where they are coming from. Two shelters set up for large animals are full and not accepting any more […]

  • A firefighter looks on as the Getty Fire burned in Brentwood on Oct. 28, 2019. (Credit: APU GOMES/AFP via Getty Images)

    Power Out for 25,000 Throughout SoCal and Central Valley, Including 900 Affected by Getty Fire

    Electricity was out for about 25,000 Southern California Edison customers on Monday as Santa Ana winds continued to drive a new blaze that ignited in the Brentwood area early Monday. About 900 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers remained without power after the Getty Fire exploded on the Sepulveda Pass at around 1:30 a.m., spokeswoman Dawn Cotterell said. Earlier, the department announced that 2,600 of its customers lost power in Bel-Air, Westwood and Brentwood. “Our water and power […]

  • A home damaged in the Tick Fire is seen on Oct. 25, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Tick Fire Evacuations: Thousands of Residents Forced to Flee Their Homes

    A flare-up Friday morning in the 4,000-acre Tick Fire has prompted authorities to place more Santa Clarita-area neighborhoods under mandatory evacuations. The fire, which began Thursday in the Agua Dulce area, was just 5% contained. Overnight winds allowed the fire to surge as flames jumped over the 14 Freeway in the Sand Canyon area of Santa Clarita. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has asked residents to evacuate the following areas: South of the 14 Freeway, west of Agua Dulce […]

  • Drivers are seen as the Tick Fire burns in nearby Canyon Country on Oct. 24, 2019 in Santa Clarita. (Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    Tick Fire: Over 300 Airbnb Hosts Offering Free Lodging for Evacuees, Relief Workers in Santa Clarita Blaze

    More than 300 local Airbnb hosts have offered free lodging for Tick Fire evacuees and relief workers as a massive fire continued to threaten thousands of residences and other structures in Santa Clarita on Friday. Hosts from Santa Barbara to Orange and Los Angeles counties have opened up their rooms and homes as part of Airbnb’s Open Homes program. The listings will be available from Oct. 24 to Nov. 7 for those affected by the blaze, according to the company. […]

  • A Cal Fire firefighter mops up a hot spot on a hillside along Highway 18 in San Bernardino on Oct. 24, 2019. (Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

    Old Water Fire: Evacuations Lifted as Crews Respond to Flareup Near Residential Area in San Bernardino

    Crews responded to a flareup in a residential area in San Bernardino on Thursday afternoon after they appeared to gain an upper hand on a wind-driven, 105-acre blaze that broke out early in the morning. The blaze, dubbed the Old Water Fire, began just after 2 a.m. near Old Waterman Canyon Road and Highway 18, San Bernardino National Forest spokesperson Zach Behrens said. It was 30 percent contained Thursday evening. The fire triggered mandatory evacuations for about 80 homes in […]

  • Sherry Cola, Zuri Adele, Josh Pence, Maia Mitchell, Emma Hunton and Tommy Martinez speak on stage during AIDS Walk Los Angeles on Oct. 20, 2019. (Credit: Randy Shropshire/Getty Images for AIDS Walk Los Angeles)

    Thousands Marched to Raise Funds and Awareness for HIV/AIDS Epidemic

    Thousands marched in the 35th annual AIDS walk at Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, raising funds and awareness for the HIV and AIDS epidemic. City officials, activists and celebrities joined the community in the four-mile walk that kicked off with an aerobic warm-up, followed by opening ceremonies. The theme for the 2019 walk was “AIDS Has Met Its March.” Over the past 34 years, AIDS Walk Los Angeles has raised more than $88 million to combat HIV […]

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