Ashley Bailey Associate Producer, Morning Edition/Weekend Edition

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Ashley Bailey is an Associate Producer for "Morning Edition" and "Weekend Edition." She joined KPCC's staff in January 2012.

Ashley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. Her work has been featured on NPR, as well as its affiliates, KHSU and KQED.

While in school, Ashley was an editor for the student newspaper, an anchor for a student television production and news director for her college radio station. She also has worked as a social media consultant, a business editor and a graphic designer.

Stories by Ashley Bailey

Glendale bookstore owners remember friend Ray Bradbury

There’s a pall over an independent bookstore in Glendale as the couple who owns it mourns the loss of close friend and famed author Ray Bradbury.

Venus crosses paths with the sun; viewers seek eyeware

The Transit of Venus Tuesday passes like a black dot across the sun’s surface, but you won’t want to look directly at the light, because it could hurt your eyes.

Body found on beach in Santa Monica

The body was found on a section of the beach near the 2800 block of Barnard Way on the south end of Santa Monica, just a few blocks from Venice Beach.

World Sumo champion leaves the big time for Hollywood

It’s hard to miss the half-naked 370-pound man grunting and grabbing at his opponent inside the Couprie Martial Arts Center in Van Nuys.

Metro, the FBI and why Carmageddon 2 is running late

Carmageddon 2 is going to be a little late, says Metro, referring to plans to completely shut down a section of the 405 for a whole weekend, just like last summer.

Put a tow in the water: Battleship USS Iowa to leave for LA

The USS Iowa is scheduled to begin a four-day tow Saturday heading to its new home, provided the weather cooperates.

You stalled my Battleship! Weather delays USS Iowa's trip to LA

The vessel's journey has been delayed because of rough seas. The retired battleship is preparing to meet its new destiny as a naval museum at the Port of LA.

10 freeway shooting shuts down lanes Monday morning

CHP officers responding to a crash on the 10 freeway around 5 a.m. were involved in a shooting with the driver Monday morning.

Lakers, Clippers, Kings, bike tour converge in downtown LA

To make way for tens of thousands of sports fans, L.A. is closing several streets Sunday. The Kings, Lakers, Clippers and a massive bike tour are all hitting downtown.

Coldwater Canyon construction begins; End date? Next March

If you drive Coldwater Canyon Boulevard to commute between the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles, you might want to plan a detour.

Leads elusive in Brewery Arts Complex shooting

A gunman killed University of Idaho football player Ken McRoyal from Carson during the weekend outside the Brewery Arts Complex in Lincoln Heights.

Arson suspect arrested for 2010 post-Lakers melee

22-year-old Darren Cooper was arrested on suspicion of arson for the torching of a taxi cab.

Burbank residents sue over planned Wal-Mart

Concerned Burbank residents claim the city of Burbank is at fault for issuing permits to the superstore despite various violations.

After 24-year run, nonprofit teen newspaper LA Youth could close

L.A. Youth supporters need to raise $500,000 by May 15, and said that if they don’t meet their fundraising goal on time, they’ll return the donations people have sent.

Turquoise for Expo Line, royal blue for Blue Line = confusion

The new Metro light-rail line opens for regular service, with the first train leaving downtown L.A. at 4:54 a.m. Ridership was light but officials say that's to be expected.