A year later, in 1997, she joined the ABC-30 Action News team. She currently co-anchors the weekday editions of Action News at Six and Action News at 6:30, for which she has received three Emmy awards. Graciela also produces and hosts Latino Life, a half-hour weekly program that focuses on the issues and people making an impact in the Latino community.
Among Graciela's most memorable stories is covering the visit of Pope John Paul II to Mexico City in 2002 for the canonization of Saint Juan Diego.
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Simple Solutions: The importance of a rest day
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Simple Solutions: Protecting your children from apps
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Simple Solutions: Asking your pharmacist the right questions
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Simple Solutions: Spending less time on your phone
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Simple Solutions: Staying active during COVID-19 quarantine
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Simple Solutions: Avoiding scams during the COVID-19 pandemic
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Simple Solutions: Looking fit and fabulous after 50
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Simple Solutions: Ultimate guide to being on time
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Simple Solutions: Getting exercise for your brain
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