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

626 Golden Streets: The route, activities and more

At last, the first major open streets event of the year is here and it's set to go down this weekend across seven communities in the 626, including Arcadia, Monrovia and San Marino.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

There's a whole lot going on besides the Oscars in Hollywood, from a coffee convention to a flashy Mardi Gras celebration. So seize the weekend!

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

The area might be in for a huge rain storm this weekend, but that shouldn't stop you from living it up— who can resist free chocolate or a Scottish festival?

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

If you're still scrambling to fill out your early Valentine's Day weekend, we've rounded up some options for everybody on the romance spectrum.

LA Zoo's Sumatran tiger paired with female companion

After a six-month introduction period, 2-year-old Indah and 4-year-old C.J. are the L.A. Zoo's new budding Sumatran tiger couple.

Metro's subway-to-shopping pedestrian portal opens in DTLA

The new subterranean connector links travelers to The Bloc shopping center. It's the first of its kind in the Metro system, and officials say the connector not only provides another underground entrance, but also more capacity for the second-busiest station in Metro.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

It's the shortest month of the year and that means less time to fill your weekends, so make sure to make it count by gorging at a chocolate festival or catching the big game: the Otter Bowl, of course.

8-month-old mountain lion P-51 killed on 118 Freeway

P-51 was recently hit and killed by a vehicle on the 118 Freeway. The kitten's mother, P-39, and her sibling, P-52, were struck and killed on the same stretch of road late last year.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

As Southern California emerges from under a chilly, winter spell, here are some ways for Angelenos to thaw out and catch some sun — from a craft beer festival to a free day of museums.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

Choose from an extravagant Lunar New Year Festival or an art show with free pancakes and more for an epic weekend — despite the rain.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

Another three-day weekend is here, so put it to good use! Fill up on yummy noodles, head over to a photography exhibit for a creative jolt and more.

1st big case for DA's wrongful conviction unit

The same prosecutors that got Raymond Lee Jennings convicted in 2009 have submitted a request this week to overturn the ruling based on newly discovered evidence.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

The new year is in full swing (so is the weekend!) and it's time to attempt something new — whether it's trying your hand at standup comedy or braving a Metro ride in your underwear. Your choice.

OC Assemblyman stands by claim California legalized child prostitution

Travis Allen wrote a provocative piece criticizing a new law aimed at treating child sex workers as victims, writing "teenage girls (and boys) ... will soon be free to have sex in exchange for money."

7 ways to ring in the new year in SoCal

Whatever you'll be toasting to at midnight, there are plenty of ways to celebrate. From an after hours party in the park to a classic display of giant fireworks, here's to 2017!