Gaby Loria joined the ABC-7 news team in July 2010. During her time at
KVIA, she's traveled to Tucson to cover the Safeway shooting that left
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in critical condition, profiled undercover
female DEA agents and reported on volunteer Red Cross paramedics on
patrol in Ciudad Juarez.
Her career in news started at South Florida's CBS4, where she worked
as an associate producer. She's a graduate of the University of Miami,
with degrees in broadcast journalism and Latin American studies. Gaby
was an anchor/reporter for shows in English and Spanish on UMTV, the
university's award-winning television station.
Before graduating, she produced a short documentary in Bocas del Toro,
Panama. She spent 12 days there examining the living conditions inside
an indigenous Ngobe settlement next to the town's open-air sewage
treatment tanks. Her work abroad earned her an award for Best Magazine
Program from the National Broadcast Society.
Gaby has also won NBS, AP, and SPJ awards for her news shooting and
reporting. She is the first UM student to compete and place in the
Hearst Awards National Championship.
Gaby is from Querétaro, Mexico, and has spent years living in
Guatemala and Brazil. She can hold a decent conversation in Portuguese
Gaby is a proud member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Feel free to drop her a line any time. She loves hearing from viewers
and getting story ideas.