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
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.
As the Kings prepare for Wednesday's finals game against the Devils, many will begin bracing for what could be the first Stanley Cup victory in the team's history.
Tuesday is election day for a variety of local, state and federal issues - including a proposed smoking tax and the election of a new L.A. County district attorney.
AEG released a statement this month that describes their plans for a 15,000-person tailgate at the new Farmers Field. So far, there's not a grill or car in sight.
In a one-day-only photo display at the Mark Taper Auditorium, a collection of photographs from the 1932 and 1984 Los Angeles Olympics will be shown in a narrated presentation.
Edward Belden cranks out creative ice cream flavors on his one-of-a-kind bike, and plans to open a small retail store in Downtown this coming summer.
"We are caretakers of this vehicle on behalf of everyone in California," said California Science Center's Dr. Ken Phillips.
Downtown's Wilshire Grand will soon be demolished and a luxury hotel will take its place. The new skyscraper will be the second tallest building in Southern California.
The themed cafeteria on Broadway is undergoing a complete makeover. The owner is working to update the classic restaurant and resurrect the tiki bar.
The MTV Video Music Awards are moving from the Nokia Theater across the street to the Staples Center. Last year's show garnered a record-breaking 12.4 million viewers.
It's a great time to be an L.A. sports fan, as the Lakers, Clippers and Kings advance in the postseason — but the Staples Center faces a scheduling crush this weekend.
Central Division received about 50 officers last month to help bring down crime rates in the area. By focusing on drug arrests, they hope to also bring down property crime.