Erika Aguilar Orange County Reporter
Erika Aguilar covers Orange County for KPCC. Prior to that she was the station's crime, courts and public safety reporter.
Erika joined KPCC in 2012 after four years reporting on environmental issues for public radio station KUT in Austin, Texas, where she earned recognition for her work covering the 2009 shootings at the Fort Hood Army post in Killeen, the 2011 Texas wildfires and the state’s ongoing drought. Some of her reporting has been featured on NPR and American Public Media’s "Marketplace."
Before joining KUT, Aguilar worked in TV news as an assignment editor and assistant producer for the CBS affiliate in Austin. She’s a journalism and history graduate of Texas State University.
Any tips or story ideas can be sent to Erika by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stories by Erika Aguilar
Officials identify the victims of the quadruple homicide in Northridge and work on transporting the four suspects arrested in Las Vegas back to Los Angeles.
One person, Ka Pasasouk, 31, of Los Angeles was arrested on suspicion of murder. The other three were taken into custody on suspicion of aiding a felon.
An autopsy report describes the death of a man allegedly shot by an off-duty LA County sheriff's deputy as a drive-by shooting.
LAPD officials are keeping a tight lid on the shootings, which took place at an illegal boarding home early Sunday morning.
It's unclear whether four people shot and killed outside of a crowded home in Northridge lived at the residence. At least one of the victims' relatives says no.
The L.A. County District Attorney asks a judge to dismiss its case against a tennis umpire accused of killing her husband because of new information it received.
Two men who orchestrated a large bank fraud and identity theft scheme from state prison are sentenced to 25 years in federal prison.
The suspected shooter in the murder of three people last month at a Downey business and home pleads not guilty to 14 criminal charges.
An LA County official wants to convene a task force to address why and how Los Angeles foster care children get caught up in the sex trafficking industry.
One of the FBI's 10 most-wanted fugitives, Joe Luis Saenz is in custody thanks to a joint operation between Mexican law enforcement and the U.S.
The newly formed boys football team is one place where the 'hood you live in, the color you wear, or the street you're from doesn't matter.
Shoppers beware of car burglar thieves and distracted or reckless drivers this holiday shopping weekend to stay safe and victimless.
About a hundred inmates serving time in L.A. County jails are now certified to fight wildland fires with the county's fire department as part of a new program.
There have been more so-called "high round" LAPD officer-involved shootings so far this year than in any year since 2007.
An autistic man who cannot communicate goes missing in downtown L.A. while on his first day with an adult care group.