Hayley Fox General Assignment Reporter
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Fox graduated from UC Berkeley in 2005 with a bachelor's in film studies. After spending a few years post-grad working as a production assistant on films and writing freelance for arts/entertainment publications, Fox returned to school and attended USC's Annenberg School of Communication. She received her Masters in Journalism in the spring of 2011.
She began her career at KPCC as an intern and quickly moved from producing weekly multimedia features for the website to becoming a web producer and now an on-air reporter.
Fox is a native Angeleno, a dog lover and a Dodgers fan.
Stories by Hayley Fox
A portion of DTLA's new, approximately 12-acre Grand Park opened today to a packed crowd of onlookers with a flurry of costumes, dancing and performances. Most of the park's construction budget was funded by a private entity.
City Hall Park reopened on Thursday after being closed since the removal of the Occupy L.A. encampment last winter. Surrounding fences will stay up for the next few weeks.
A total of 343 contaminated pieces were found, most of them at Joia Trading, Inc. on Crocker Street. The danger is that children could put the jewelry in their mouths.
Friday is the last day of Phase I of the Skid Row cleanup, which began after the County health department cited the city on multiple offenses.
This independent festival begins Friday and runs until July 13. Closing night features a screening of "Night of the Living Dead" -- with an interactive, technological twist.
An anti-Walmart protest planned for Saturday in downtown L.A. has garnered the support of area residents, city officials and musicians. Thousands are expected.
"For far too long corporations like Walmart have been getting special treatment," said city controller Wendy Greuel in a statement.
In order to combat downtown L.A.'s ongoing issue of burglaries from cars, police have begun using what look like parking tickets to warn drivers about their vulnerability.
Councilwoman Jan Perry says this is to allow time for the landscaping to "establish itself" before it's open to the public.
For about 45 years the watering hole was owned by the Croick family. "It has the history," said Dustin Croick, "Not only history- history, but family history."
After the massive washing and sanitizing of Skid Row is complete, police say they plan to enforce laws to keep the sidewalks clear and conditions up to health code.
A massive, multi-week cleanup of Skid Row began Tuesday in response to a long list of health code violations cited by the L.A. County Department of Health.
The 5th and Los Angeles bar will keep its name but change its aesthetic. "It's a neighborhood bar," owner Michael Leko said, "and the neighborhood's changing."
The approximately century-old tile artworks will be open to the public on Thursday during Art Walk.
Bob Baker has been building whimsical marionettes for decades at his L.A. theater. Now because of deteriorating finances, Baker has put the theater up for sale.