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 new program from Bike Nation aims to bring 4,000 rentable bicycles to Los Angeles, stationed at 400 solar-powered kiosks from Downtown to the Westside.
Police say although there is no evidence the downtown cyclist was the victim of a hit-and-run, they will continue investigating the cause of Susanna Schick's fall.
A woman who was seriously injured last Friday was not hit by a car, she claims in her own statement to police. But her friend disagrees.
About 200 people attended a rally in downtown Los Angeles for Trayvon Martin Monday night. Martin was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch captain in Florida.
Baseball season has just begun and with a new year, comes a new roster of Dodgers' at-bat songs. From E-40 to AC/DC, here's the complete list.
Skid Row karaoke is exactly what it sounds like, and it happens every week in Downtown L.A.
Saturday's beer-drinking marathon through downtown is canceled over a dispute with the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control, but some are still planning a pub crawl.
A new initiative, "Food for Thought," will provide free breakfast to students at 267 of L.A.'s poorest schools. The program was kicked off today at an elementary school in South L.A.
The public art project is meant to create "spontaneous music-making."
The Dodger Stadium express shuttle is back in business this season and will begin picking up fans outside Union Station on April 3 before the Dodgers-Angels exhibition game.
"Street Dogs of South Central," offers a glimpse into the daily lives of stray animals. The film will be screened this week at the International Family Film Festival.
Mike D is putting together "Transmission LA: AV Club" at the Geffen Contemporary. He talked with us about exploring Little Tokyo, his love of coffee and being in over his head.
The piles of trash and debris on Skid Row seem to be mounting and when it comes to keeping the area clean, finger-pointing abounds.
The Bunker Hill "shortest railway in the world" is raising its fare to 50 cents starting next week. Previously, each ride only cost a quarter.
The King Edward (home to the locally famous King Eddy Saloon), the Baltimore and the Leland hotels have been sold to developers for $9.8 million at a bankruptcy auction.