Jose Luis Jiménez Associate Editor, Web/Mobile
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Jose Luis Jiménez is the Associate Editor for Web/Mobile at KPCC.
Jose previously worked as social media/Wweb editor at KPBS in San Diego and on the multimedia Fronteras Desk journalism project, which focused on reporting about issues along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Before joining KPBS, Jose worked for eight years at the San Diego Union-Tribune/signonsandiego.com in a range of roles, including Web editor.
Jose earned his bachelor’s degree from Florida International University, with a double-major in journalism and political science. He is also active in the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and CCNMA-Latino Journalists of California.
Originally from the Caribbean, Jose enjoys traveling, playing baseball and expanding his rum collection.
Stories by Jose Luis Jiménez
Two agricultural buildings that burned Thursday afternoon have caused concerns that pesticides and other harmful substances could make their way into the air.
Read a chart summarizing what the justices said. You can also listen to the complete audio of the arguments and read the a full transcript of the proceedings.
We breakdown the oral arguments by each justice. Plus, you can read the complete transcript and listen to the audio when they are released by the court.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department say they have identified "charred human remains" amid the debris of the burned down cabin that was the scene of a fierce firefight earlier in the day.
The CA Dep't. of Public Health found: "the facilities’ noncompliance with licensing requirements caused, or was likely to cause, serious injury or death to patients."
The freeway is open, but some lanes are closed. The fire was about 40 percent contained, with full containment expected by 6 p.m. Tuesday. The cause is under investigation.
More than 7 million are without power in the Northeast, property damage is estimated in the billions of dollars and 18 deaths are reported as the storm moves inland.
From residents who died in the storm to trouble reaching loved ones, the storm's impact is rippling across the country and affecting lives in the Southland.
Even though the warning area has been reduced, forecasters recommend residents remain vigilant. The warnings are expected to remain in effect into the weekend.
Support for Proposition 30 has slipped below 50 percent. It would fund schools by increasing taxes on earnings over $250,000 and the sales tax by one-quarter cent.
A man has been arrested and accused of throwing a Molotov cocktail at a man outside of a Long Beach market. The victim remains hospitalized in critical condition.
All lanes of the eastbound 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar were shut down Friday after three trucks collided. The lanes are expected to stay closed until at least 6 p.m.
UPDATE: The doctors are among 18 people in Los Angeles County accused of defrauding the federal government of more than $65 million.
The driver of a Chevrolet Silverado discovered a really hot dog after he drove his truck in temperatures that approached triple digits.
Southland heat wave to continue through Tuesday before cooling off Wednesday. Fire danger remains high. And a woman was arrested for leaving a baby in a locked car.