Fox 11's Reynolds becomes a citizen

Good Day L.A. on Channel 11 covered the ceremony at the Pomona Fairplex where the show's co-host, Jillian Reynolds, received her official piece of paper to become a United States citizen. "I'm so proud," she told co-host Steve Edwards during the live feed back to the studio. Reynolds passed the citizenship test back on Halloween. She was born Canadian and used to be known here as Jillian Barberie.

jaime-chambers-ktla.jpgAlso in TV land: Jaime Chambers, formerly of KTLA, has landed at Fox 5 in San Diego as a reporter. At least he doesn't have to change his channel number. Chambers is the grandson of retired KTLA legend Stan Chambers. Earlier this year, Jaime swam from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco.

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