Ashley Bailey Associate Producer, Morning Edition/Weekend Edition
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
Police have issued an Amber Alert for four young children. Authorities say they were taken by their parents from their grandmother's home in Boyle Heights.
The National Weather Service says red flag warnings will be in effect Wednesday morning through afternoon.
USC students are helping archaeologists excavate the bones of a horse-racing legend Sunday. Native Diver will be moving to Del Mar racetrack in San Diego.
Don Ward says the race that had been canceled is back on — sort of. Instead of a race, it's set to be a "fun ride" at a slower pace. And with a police escort.
At least 13 people were injured, two seriously, when a man driving a minivan collided with a Metro Blue Line train in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.
Forecasters predicted only showers in Southern California on Sunday, tapering off through the afternoon as the storm heads east.
A couple hundred people are following the Dalai Lama's tour through Southern California to protest his ban on Buddhists worshiping the 500-year-old deity called Dorje Shugden.
With storms starting Wednesday night, the coast could see 1 to 2 inches of rain and the mountains 4 inches before the weekend is over.
Light traffic conditions have helped construction workers so far and drivers are still advised to avoid the 405 freeway area where work is taking place.
A fire started inside Temple Beth Sholom in Santa Ana on Saturday morning, but was quickly extinguished. There were no reports of any injuries.
The FAA reports a steady uptick in the number of so-called "laser strikes" across the U.S. since it first started keeping track in 2005.
Authorities say Olivia Culbreath, 21, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of driving under the influence and manslaughter after driving the wrong way and causing a crash that killed six people.
The CHP says a woman accused of driving the wrong way on the 60 Freeway has been arrested on suspicion of DUI. Six people were killed in the crash.
It's part of a national competition that tests students in subjects such as art, mathematics, literature and science. Marshall now moves to the state finals in March.
The National Weather Service reports that as of 4 a.m. Monday most rainfall totals amounted to just hundredths or tenths of an inch.