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
The site near Bakersfield also served as the United Farm Workers labor union headquarters. Chavez is buried there; his gravesite will be part of the monument.
A private company still needs to secure funding and obtain permission to access the Colorado River Aqueduct to get the water to Southern California taps.
The iconic sign — which at one point was in disrepair and in danger of being torn down — gets new paint as its 90th anniversary approaches. We look back at its fabled history.
High heat and low humidity has prompted a red flag warning for Southern California’s mountains through Tuesday evening.