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

Rose Parade 2015: First campers, decorators brave wind and cold

At least one group of float decorators had to call it quits early Tuesday night as high winds made it tough to work. Meanwhile, the first campers staked their claims for prime parade viewing.

Rose Parade weather: Cold snap could bring record low temps

Those who plan to camp out in Pasadena for the Rose Parade are advised to wear layers of clothing; overnight temperatures are expected to drop to 32 degrees.

Missing hikers found in Angeles National Forest

Search and rescue teams located a group of four hikers who went missing in the Angeles National Forest overnight. Authorities said they were all OK.

Port of Long Beach opens temporary storage to ease congestion

Ongoing labor disputes have led to backups at the docks. One sign of congestion has been a lack of the trailers that truckers use to haul containers in and out of the ports.

Dozens of arrests after motorists attempt to take over 105 Freeway

The California Highway Patrol says it corralled and arrested dozens after amateur racers shut down eastbound lanes of the 105 Freeway early Sunday morning. The activity sparked multiple pursuits as cars scrambled to evade officers.

Christmas wind knocks out SoCal power

Check the current electricity status of your area with online outage maps for Southern California Edition and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

Local Cuban Americans divided over changes in US-Cuba relations

Some are skeptical about who will receive the benefit of changes in U.S.-Cuba relations. Others welcome the ability to send money home or, yes, bring home some Cuban cigars.

USPS' big day is Monday: 4 tips to avoid Post Office panic

The US Postal Service is bracing for a 12 percent increase over last year's cargo, thanks to a rebounding economy and booming online orders. We offer a few tips for avoiding the rush.

SoCal storm: Crews clean up before another storm hits Monday

Cleanup continues Saturday after an intense storm hit Southern California. It's set to be fairly quiet over the weekend, but another storm hits Monday.

Downtown LA fire: Feds aid probe of Da Vinci apartment blaze

An L.A. arson team has been joined by federal investigators to look into the cause of the early Monday blaze at the Da Vinci complex. A nearby city-owned building was also damaged.

Investigation underway into Hollywood & Highland officer-involved shooting

Two Los Angeles police bicycle officers shot and killed a man Friday night in Hollywood after someone called 911 to report a man with knife, according to L.A. police.

Burn area residents brace for more rain, possible floods

Residents in and around Glendora are preparing for a powerful storm that's headed for Southern California Tuesday.

SoCal storms: 5 things you need to know to deal with floods, mudslides

Forecasters say the storm coming Tuesday will be more widespread and bring even more rain than the one that caused a flow of mud and rocks to cover a portion of PCH Sunday.

LA rain: Tuesday downpours to follow Sunday's light showers

A weak storm system swept into the area Sunday, bringing light showers to areas around Los Angeles. Another storm is expected to bring heavier rain come Tuesday.

1959 Ontario nativity statues restored

A dozen nativity scenes that have lined Euclid Avenue in Ontario, California during the holiday season for more than 50 years have been restored.