Jennifer McGraw is a general assignment reporter for KTLA 5 News. She joined the station in July 2019.

Jennifer’s greatest motivation is reporting on stories that make a difference. For the past 10 years of her news career, she’s covered the deadly wildfires across Northern California, devastating storms and floodwaters in Kentucky, and stories of consequence across Idaho.

As gratifying as it was to serve those communities, Jennifer is realizing a personal dream by returning to Los Angeles. Born and raised in the Southland, Jennifer went away to college at San Francisco State University, earning her degree in journalism with a minor in political science.

Jennifer strives to tell all sides of a story and bring light to those voices who may not otherwise be heard.

When not dedicating her week to her KTLA family, she spends time with her family living in Southern California. As an avid Dodgers fan, she is often representing Dodger blue at Chavez Ravine or watching wherever she can. She loves hiking with her best friend, a standard poodle named Bug, and enjoying the beautiful beaches up and down the Pacific Coast Highway.


Recent Articles
  • Los Angeles police investigate a deadly stabbing at the Catch One nightclub in Arlington Heights on Jan. 19, 2020. (Credit: RMG News)

    Woman Fatally Stabbed Inside Popular Nightclub in Arlington Heights

    Authorities have taken one person into custody after a woman was fatally stabbed at a popular nightclub in Arlington Heights early Sunday. Officers responded to the incident at Catch One on Pico Boulevard, near Crenshaw Boulevard, at around 12:50 a.m. A 23-year-old woman had been stabbed inside the packed club, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The victim ultimately succumbed to her injuries, officials said. Police previously said the weapon used had not been recovered but that two people, one […]

  • Los Angeles Fire Department crews respond to a crash in Granada Hills on Jan. 18, 2020. (Credit: Loudlabs)

    Granada Hills Crash Leaves 1 Person Dead, Another Injured

    One person died and another was injured in a car crash in Granada Hills early Saturday. The Los Angeles Fire Department responded to a vehicle that had rolled over in the 10700 block of Woodley Avenue, near Chatsworth Street, at around 12:40 a.m. Crews tried to extricate two occupants of a mangled vehicle, video shows. It appeared one of them did not survive the incident, while the other was seen being placed into an ambulance. A crowd gathered around the […]

  • Crews battled a fire at an apartment building in Glendale on Jan. 16, 2020. (Credit: KTLA)

    6 Rescued, 2 Firefighters Hurt in Fire at Glendale Apartment Building

    Five people were hospitalized, including two firefighters, after a fire tore through a Glendale apartment building Thursday afternoon, the Glendale Fire Department said. The fire started before 2:50 p.m. at 140 Carr Drive, where thick plumes of smoke were seen billowing over the two-story building as firefighters worked on the roof, aerial video from Sky5 showed. Glendale Fire Chief Silvio Lanzas described the fire as being “very challenging” as firefighters worked to rescue six people, including a child, from the […]

  • Bodycam footage released by LAPD on Jan. 13, 2019, documents an exchange between a fleeing gang member and an LAPD officer. (Source: LAPD)

    LAPD Releases Bodycam Video of Boyle Heights Gunbattle That Left Officer Wounded

    Police body camera video released Monday documents an exchange of gunfire between a fleeing gang member and an LAPD officer, who was left wounded in the incident that took place in Boyle Heights in November. The footage shows the officer, identified as James Sigbisal, running toward the suspect then falling to the ground after getting shot in the arm. The confrontation took place at around 7:08 p.m. Nov. 29, when Sigbisal and his partner, both Gang Enforcement Detail officers assigned […]

  • Officers respond to a deadly shooting in Baldwin Park on Jan. 12, 2020. (Credit: RMG News)

    Attacker Sought in Baldwin Park Shooting That Left Man Dead, Another Wounded

    Authorities sought the public’s help Sunday for any information involving a shooting near a Baldwin Park liquor store that left a man dead and another injured. The incident happened around 6:20 p.m. Saturday in the 3200 block of Baldwin Park Boulevard, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Officers were seen responding just outside the JNJ Liquor and Market, where the rapper 50 Cent had just appeared for an event promoting his champagne and cognac brand from 2 p.m. […]

  • Two heavily damaged vehicles are seen in Fontana following a deadly head-on collision on Jan. 10, 2020. (Credit: Loudlabs)

    DUI Suspect Injured in Head-On Crash That Killed Other Driver in Fontana: Police

    A DUI suspect driving on the wrong side of a street in Fontana slammed into an oncoming vehicle, leaving the other driver dead, officials said Saturday. The incident happened Friday, just before midnight, on Sierra Avenue near Baseline Avenue, according to the Fontana Police Department. A motorist in a gray Mercedes C230  was traveling north on the the southbound lanes when he hit an oncoming white Nissan Rogue, police said. The driver of the Nissan was pronounced dead at the […]

  • Construction of a new metro station is seen in Little Tokyo. (Credit: KTLA)

    8 Months of Road Closures Begin in Little Tokyo During Construction of New Metro Station

    Months of road closures are planned in the area of Metro’s Little Tokyo/Arts District Station as street restoration and construction continue. Above-ground restoration began Friday, with officials warning that the road closures are expected through August as crews work to get the streets back to normal. Work on the new underground Metro station started back in 2014, and as construction continues, crews will be removing the concrete panels that make up the temporary roadway in the area, L.A. Metro announced […]

  • Parnell Park in Whittier is seen on Jan. 7, 2020. (Credit: KTLA)

    Whittier City Council Takes Action After Incidents at Homeless Encampment in Park

    The Whittier City Council held an emergency meeting Monday night where officials decided to impose a curfew at Parnell Park in response to residents’ growing concerns over a homeless encampment. The meeting follows the overdose death of a woman at the encampment, as well as a shooting investigation at the park in recent days. Jennifer McGraw reports from Whittier for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Jan. 7, 2020.

  • A woman browses Airbnb's website in Berlin on April 28, 2016. (Credit: John Macdougall/AFP via Getty Images)

    Airbnb Cracks Down on 2 Dozen Hollywood Hills Listings Identified as Party Houses by LAPD

    Recent efforts by Airbnb to rein in parties and rowdy guests intensified Monday as the company announced it was cracking down on two dozen listings in the Hollywood Hills that law enforcement identified as nuisance properties. Based on information provided by the Los Angeles Police Department, Airbnb identified 28 Hollywood Hills homes listed on the company’s website that had also been pegged by law enforcement as chronic party houses. Some of those homes had generated citations and “cease and desist” […]

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