Melissa Pamer is KTLA’s executive producer, digital. She joined the station as a senior digital news producer in 2013, became digital managing editor in 2016 and assumed her current role in 2018.

She previously worked as a digital media producer for KNBC, and as a newspaper reporter covering local government, education and the environment for the Los Angeles Daily News, the Daily Breeze and other Los Angeles-area papers.

She has a master’s degree in print journalism from the University of Southern California.

Recent Articles
  • Rose Bowl to Unveil Statue Honoring Iconic U.S. Win at 1999 Women’s World Cup

    The Rose Bowl in Pasadena will unveil a statue this week dedicated to an iconic moment in U.S. sports history: the 1999 World Cup win by the U.S. women’s national team at the Pasadena stadium. That statue is set to be dedicated 20 years from the day when Brandi Chastain scored the U.S. team’s final penalty kick to defeat China and win the tournament in front of a crowd of more than 90,000. The moment – including Chastain immediately tearing […]

  • Lucy Jones points to a map of the location of the July 4 earthquake near Ridgecrest at a Caltech news conference about an hour after the temblor. (Credit: KTLA)

    Earthquake Centered in Mojave Desert Area Known for ‘Robust’ Aftershock Sequences

    The magnitude 6.4 earthquake that rocked Southern California on Fourth of July was centered in an area of the Mojave Desert known for “robust” aftershock sequences but remote enough to prevent damage in more heavily populated areas, famed former USGS seismologist Lucy Jones said Thursday. The quake struck east of the southernmost part of the mighty San Andreas Fault, likely on a small fault about 10 miles long, Jones said at a news conference at Caltech. She later said new […]

  • Inglewood police tweeted this photo of a boy found walking alone on May 11, 2019.

    Inglewood Police Find Parent of Young Boy Discovered Walking by Himself

    A young boy was found walking by himself in Inglewood Saturday evening, and police asked for help identifying the child – and were able to locate a parent within a couple of hours. “He was found an hour ago walking by himself” near 102nd Street and Doty Avenue, the Inglewood Police Department tweeted about 6:46 p.m. About 7:40 p.m., police said they had located a parent and thanked the public for sharing the information about the child. The area where […]

  • Employees are led out of Netflix's Cue building on the Sunset Bronson Studios lot in Hollywood on Feb. 14, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Fired Netflix Worker’s Threat Prompts Hollywood Lot Lockdown; Suspect Released After Police Say No Crime Occurred

    A Netflix employee who had been recently fired called in a threat to a former coworker, saying he had a gun and was on the company’s Hollywood studio lot, prompting a lockdown affecting Netflix and KTLA on Thursday, according to lot security. The man, who was taken into custody but ultimately released without charges, was never actually on the lot, according to  Los Angeles Police Department Officer Tony Im. No gun was found when the person was taken into custody, Im […]

  • The Woolsey Fire burns along the ridgeline off of Cornell Road near Paramount Ranch on the morning of November 9, 2018 in Agoura Hills, California. (Credit: Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)

    Electrical Circuit Went Down 2 Minutes Before Woolsey Fire Was Reported, SoCal Edison Says

    Southern California Edison reported to the California Public Utilities Commission that an electrical circuit outage occurred just two minutes before the first flames of what would become the Woolsey Fire were reported. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, and Edison said there was no indication from fire officials that its equipment may have been involved in the start of the blaze. The fire was reported at 2:24 p.m. Nov. 8 on the Santa Susana Field Lab property […]

  • Los Angeles County fire Chief Daryl Osby speaks at a news conference on the Woolsey Fire on Nov. 12, 2018. (CreditL: KTLA)

    Trump’s Comments on California Wildfires ‘Hurtful’ to First Responders, L.A. County Fire Chief Says

    President Donald Trump’s comments about wildfires in California – apparently faulting the the state for destructive infernos – were “hurtful,” Los Angeles County’s fire chief said Monday. As the massive Woolsey Fire continued for a fifth day, Chief Daryl Osby was asked at a late morning news conference about Trump’s weekend tweets that repeatedly faulted “forest management” in California. “I don’t really want to politicize our efforts right now,” Osby said. “I can just tell you we’re in extreme climate […]

  • Seminole Springs mobile home park appears devastated by the Woolsey Fire on Nov. 11, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

    Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park, Next to Iconic Rock Store, Devastated by Woolsey Fire

    Much of the Seminole Springs mobile home park along scenic Mulholland Highway appears to have burned as the Woolsey Fire left a path of destruction through the Santa Monica Mountains. Aerial video from Sky5 showed that many dozens of units were destroyed at the park, which is resident-owned. Seminole Springs is next to the iconic century-old Rock Store, a bar and restaurant that’s popular weekend destination for motorcyclists. The Rock Store, which was once a stagecoach stop, appeared to have survived […]

  • A 2012 photo shows part of the Western Town at Paramount Ranch. (Credit: National Park Service)

    Western Town at Paramount Ranch, Filming Location Since 1927, Burns in Woolsey Fire: NPS

    The Woolsey Fire has destroyed a tourist icon in the Santa Monica Mountains: Paramount Ranch, a Western-style town in Agoura where many films and televisions shows were shot. The National Park Service announced just before noon Friday that the “Western Town” burned. “We do not have any details or photos, but it is our understanding that the structures have burned. This area is an active part of the incident and we cannot access it,” the park service’s Santa Monica Mountains […]

  • The edge of the Woolsey Fire burns near Bell Canyon, close to West Hills, on Nov. 8, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

    Mandatory Evacuation in West Hills Marks 1st Within L.A. City Limits for Woolsey Fire

    Los Angeles authorities on Friday evening ordered the mandatory evacuation for part of West Hills, the first neighborhood within L.A. city limits to be affected by such an order in the growing Woolsey Fire. The evacuation order was for all homes west of Valley Circle Boulevard with from Roscoe Boulevard at the north end and south to Vanowen Street. Three Red Cross evacuation center have been opened in the city of L.A.: Taft Charter High at 5461 Winnetka Ave. in […]

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