Hayley Fox Associate Editor/ Community News Reporter
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Hayley Fox is an associate editor and reporter for KPCC's OnCentral and Blogdowntown blogs. Hayley splits her time between Downtown and South L.A. covering a wide range of topics from health and community safety, to politics and arts and culture.
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 such as Flavorpill, Vapors, Campus Circle and Format, 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 during her second year of graduate school, and quickly moved from producing weekly multimedia features for the website to becoming a production assistant and web producer. Fox has also reported on-air.
Fox is a native Angeleno, a dog lover and a 28-years-and-counting Dodgers fan.
Stories by Hayley Fox
Subway, Heinz and Kraft are three of 21 companies that have reached goals to reduce the salt content in their foods as part of a New York City-led effort.
No matter if you're casually dating, completely in love, or nursing the pain of a breakup, you can still enjoy the best part of the Valentine's Day: candy!
Low-calorie fast food like McDonald's yogurt parfait and Burger King's veggie burger are better for the waistline - and maybe the bottom line, too.
Black History Month is a time to honor notable African American people and events, and to note inequalities still apply - especially in health care.
The Natural History Museum is celebrating its 100th birthday this year: From cocktail-driven safaris to the unveiling of new exhibits, the museum has planned months of events.
Popcorn, hot dogs and pizza are just part of the game-day scene at Downtown's Staples Center, but orchestrating concessions for 18,000 is no simple feat.
Executive Chef Joseph Martin oversees two restaurants, three kitchens, hundreds of employees and multiple menus of food for Staples Center sports games and special events. Hayley Fox reports.
Wall Street Park will be built on a foreclosed lot in South L.A. as part of L.A.'s 50 Parks Initiative that transforms blighted properties into public spaces.
Volunteers hit the streets Wednesday night across Southern California to finish counting the homeless.The counts are expected to continue Thursday night.
A "topping out" ceremony at the site of Downtown's new Broad Museum signified a key step in the construction process. The museum is expected to open in 2014.
In honor of what would have been Elvis Presley's 78th birthday, KPCC compiled a list of L.A. spots once graced graced by the presence of The King’s swinging pelvis.
Over the past two weeks in L.A. County, two different homeless people have been set on fire while they slept. But how common is violence against the homeless?
As part of our series reflecting on 2012's big stories, Hayley Fox looks back on Clifton's Cafeteria, and a renovation that shines a light on the history and future of Downtown L.A.
The downtown L.A. gallery is currently hosting its final exhibit dubbed "L.A. Enhanced." Crewest will be closing its doors on Dec. 31 after ten years.
The Downtown Women's Center relies on volunteers for nearly all of its programs – from cooking meals, to teaching crafts or helping with computer literacy.