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

On Pearl Harbor anniversary, 91-year-old veteran honored in San Pedro

Howard Bender, 91, of Mission Viejo says he was aboard the USS Maryland the day 72 years ago when Japan attacked. He says he'd do it again.

Fans, friends gather to remember Paul Walker at crash site

Actor Paul Walker, star of the "The Fast and the Furious" franchise, died in a violent car accident Saturday. The driver was a friend and fellow racing enthusiast.

Southern California commemorates 25th annual World AIDS Day

Sunday is the 25th World AIDS Day. It's held every Dec. 1 to support those living with HIV and remember those who've died.

Man dead after trying to save man, teen swept into ocean

L.A. Port Police say a man is dead after he tried to save another man and a teenager who were swept into the ocean just before sunrise at the Cabrillo Beach breakwater.

West LA 405 'Ramp Jam' comes to an early end

The Sunset Boulevard off-ramp of the northbound 405 off-ramp will open Monday morning at 6 a.m., a week ahead of schedule, after closing for nearly four months.

Route 1 to intermittently close Monday and Tuesday

Planning to take the scenic route to your Thanksgiving destination up the coast? You might want to avoid Route 1. Caltrans says the road will be closed at intervals as crews remove rocks.

Oil facility tied to noxious South LA fumes suspends operations

An oil company at the heart of an investigation into noxious fumes wafting through a South L.A. spoke with KPCC after agreeing to suspend operations Friday.

LAX back to normal after car crash gets confused for gunfire

Los Angeles International Airport is getting back to normal Saturday after a car crash caused delays, evacuations and confusion Friday night outside Terminal 5.

$465K LA Powerball winner has until Monday night to claim it

The clock is ticking for a man who bought a winning $465,539 Powerball ticket in Southern California. Come Monday evening, the prize goes to public schools.

Exhibit on Latinos in pop music opens in LA

The exhibit looks at Latinos' influence on American pop music from the 1940s to today and includes concert posters, short films, and an open dance floor with a juke box.

Bones of 4 people found in desert graves off Highway 15

Randy Naquin, spokesman for the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, says they believe the graves contain the bones of at least two people.

Napolitano seeks 2014-2015 tuition freeze for UC

Napolitano proposed streamlining the community college transfer process, improving energy efficiency, and helping research innovations hit the market more quickly.

Typhoon Haiyan: Thousands feared dead, Southland community mobilizing

The vicious typhoon that raged through the center of the Philippines appears to have killed hundreds, if not thousands of people, and officials were reportedly struggling Sunday to distribute aid to survivors left homeless and destitute.

Asian-Americans protest Jimmy Kimmel in Burbank (video)

They're asking the network to suspend or fire late-night talk host Jimmy Kimmel after he aired a skit they found offensive. In the skit, one boy says "kill everyone in China."

Blue Shield delays health plan cancellations

The company agreed to give policyholders an additional three months before canceling some 100,000 policies that do not conform to the federal Affordable Care Act.