Elizabeth Muñoz Digital Apprentice News Clerk

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Elizabeth Muñoz is an apprentice news clerk with KPCC’s digital news team.

Before joining KPCC, Elizabeth worked as a freelance writer for Time Out Los Angeles covering the L.A. lifestyle.

Her journalism career began during her freshman year of college, and she has since traveled to Guatemala and Philadelphia as a reporter. She has a bachelor’s in journalism from Cal State Fullerton and wrote for the campus newspaper and magazine while in school.

A SoCal native, Elizabeth lives in Lincoln Heights.


Stories by Elizabeth Muñoz

9 awesome things to do in LA this weekend

Whether your four-day work week dragged on or zoomed by, the weekend is here and we've got a bunch of ways for you to soak up the SoCal sun.

NASA works on 'sonic thump' to make planes quieter

That reduction in noise would result in something that sounds like somebody slamming a car door down the street, rather than the dynamite explosion of a sonic boom.

Santa Monica Mountains welcome 2 new bobcat kittens

The two male kittens were found in an old woodrat nest; they were measured and received ear tags before being returned to their den.

3 student experiments duke it out to be performed in space

The winning experiment will be sent on a mission to the International Space Station, set to take off next year in February. But the students are going to have to wait a little longer to find out the winner.

67-mile Backbone Trail opens to the public June 4

The trail stretches from Point Mugu State Park in Ventura County all the way into Los Angeles County, ending at Will Rogers State Historic Park.

9 things to do in SoCal this Memorial Day weekend

Slather on some SPF and soak up the fun during a three-day weekend filled with taffy, scenic hikes, killer crafts, festivals, outdoor screenings and more.

It's Long Beach LGBT pride weekend! Here's a rundown

This year's theme is "Solidarity through Pride," but the festival site will encompass seven main areas, each with their own theme, tailored to a specific audience.

Pasadena to vote on helping cyclists deal with intersections

If passed, the plan would install cameras at 38 intersections throughout Pasadena that would be able to detect cyclists and give them more time to cross the street.

Museums of the Arroyo Day — an alternative look at Los Angeles

Hit up any one of the six participating locations for a free day of Los Angeles history in all its historic glory. The 27th annual event goes down this Sunday.

CicLAvia is today: The route, activities and more

This is the first time CicLAvia participants will travel across six cities in Los Angeles County in one day. Find out everything you need to know here.

Gene Wilder interview: 'The job is: Get the laugh'

Larry Mantle talks with actor Gene Wilder about his memoir "Kiss Me Like A Stranger: My Search for Love And Art," discussing the most personal events of his life and his career in Hollywood.