Ashley Bailey Associate Producer, Morning Edition/Weekend Edition
Ashley Bailey is an Associate Producer for “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered” at KPCC.
Ashley came to Los Angeles from Northern California. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Humboldt State University and was news director of KRFH, the school’s student-run radio station. She has also had experience in print journalism, working at The Eureka Reporter and The Times-Standard in Eureka. She started at KPCC as a news intern in March of 2011 and, within several months, produced her first feature for air.
Less than a year later, she was brought on staff as an Assistant Producer and produced an award-winning piece on Hollywood stunt driver Jim Wilkey.
The following year, she was promoted again to an Associate Producer.
Ashley has been at the center of some of the biggest and busiest news days of the past year including the San Bernardino terror attacks, the day LAUSD closed all schools due to a threat and the procession for former First Lady Nancy Reagan.
Her reporting has been featured on NPR, as well as its member stations, KHSU and KQED.
In her spare time, Ashley enjoys taking her pitbull-mix, Lucy, to the beach, baking cookies and traveling to breweries to sample the latest in craft beer.
Stories by Ashley Bailey
The awards are part of the MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge, a $75 million initiative to reduce over-incarceration through innovation and reform.
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A small 3.9-magnitude earthquake shook parts of Los Angeles early Sunday morning.
Authorities say they found nearly 100 marijuana plants on the property Friday night.
The there are around 400,000 undocumented Asian Americans in California that need help accessing services, says commissioner Karthick Ramakrishnan.
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The mountain lion left Tuesday morning after officials tried to coax him out unsuccessfully with a tennis ball launcher and a few beanbag rounds.
A new USC/ LA Times poll finds Californians by-and-large support teachers, but have concerns about how tenure is awarded and how it affects their job prospects.
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The event was originally a bike race but was cancelled last minute due to a lack of permits last year. It continues on as a bike ride and not so much a race.
A runway on the south side of Los Angeles International Airport was shut down Friday, the first of four closures planned between now and 2018.