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
Two dead oarfish surfaced in Southern California last week, and scientists around the globe are scrambling for a piece of them. Little is known about the deepwater fish.
The NTSB's Van McKenny says he was lucky to get time at the scene of the crash before the shutdown. Much of the most crucial information is "perishable."
Dicarlo Bennett, 28, was taken into custody in the city of Paramount and booked on a charge of possessing and/or exploding a destructive device near an aircraft.
Mary O’Callaghan has been charged with assault and is accused of kicking a woman who was under arrest. The woman later died. O’Callaghan faces up to three years in prison.
Director Lucas Rivera said programming at the park will put it on par with the Getty Center and the Natural History Museum. But many visitors on a recent weekday said if it wasn't because they had business nearby, they would not be there.
Skid Row workers say they've seen at least a dozen people in recent months wearing hospital gowns or ID bracelets. LA's city attorney confirmed to KPCC they are investigating.
Michael Jackson's mother had sought $1.5 billion in damages, saying AEG was negligent when it hired Dr. Conrad Murray to care for the singer.
Accident investigators said it could take the rest of the day to determine how many people were on a plane that crashed at Santa Monica Airport, though no one was killed on the ground.
USA Track and Field officials are in Los Angeles. City officials, business owners and stakeholders have a few days to convince them LA is the best choice to host the event.
The city is in the midst of scraping and repainting bright green lanes on Spring Street to appease a coalition from the film industry who say the distinct color is ruining their film shoots claiming the modern lanes make the street less flexible as a backdrop for different decades. Cyclists say safety should outweigh Hollywood's concerns.
A recent report shows the LA streetcar project faces a multimillion dollar shortfall. Advocates are working to cut those costs and find additional funding.
A running club made up of recovering addicts and the recently homeless has yielded three marathon runners who are headed to Ghana next week to compete.
A stretch from Griffith Park to downtown Los Angeles is poised for a makeover that would include more vegetation and green space. The question is which plan and at what cost.
The National Transportation Safety Board has launched an official investigation into last week’s derailment of downtown LA's funicular.
Nyad defended her 110-mile swim on Tuesday night to a conference call with her athletic peers. The 64-year-old swimmer said she completed her feat in a "squeaky clean," ethical fashion.