Mike Roe Digital News Producer/Blogger
Mike Roe is a Web producer for Southern California Public Radio and lead writer for pop culture blog Without A Net. Mike joined KPCC in November 2007 after working for KCTS public television in Seattle.
Roe began his broadcast career at his high school radio station KMIH in Mercer Island, Washington, where he served as president and program director. From there he moved on to college and community radio, and interned in commercial radio.
He earned a BA in history from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota.
When he's not covering the waterfront for KPCC, Mike writes and performs with several improv and sketch comedy groups. He's graduated from both the improv and sketch comedy programs at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. He also hosts the Geek Pilgrims podcast and serves on the board of his church.
Stories by Mike Roe
Prosecutors filed murder, attempted-murder and other charges Monday against the 30-year-old man who allegedly shot and killed three people last week in Downey.
In California, we’re mostly out of the line of fire when it comes to TV political ads. Here’s a look at the flurry of ads you may not have seen.
A car crashed into a Canoga Park Target store Friday afternoon, injuring multiple people, said Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Ready to share the latest funny video with your friends? If you like PSY's "Gangnam Style," watch the first minute. If you don't, watch the rest.
Four people have been detained for questioning in connection with Wednesday's fatal shootings that left three dead in Downey, police say.
Larry King moderated a third-party presidential debate Tuesday night, including Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party) and Jill Stein (Green Party).
A man died after an apparent shark attack off the Santa Barbara County coast. It happened near Surf Beach at Vandenberg Air Force Base.
In the latest blow to journalism in the 21st century, Clark Kent is quitting the Daily Planet. Here are some suggestions for future Kent career options.
Preliminary findings in the suicide of "Top Gun" director Tony Scott showed no cancer, despite an early report claiming Scott suffered from brain cancer.
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.
Detectives had previously released the 42 pictures of the women to news outlets but police hope the public can aid them via Facebook and Twitter.
The Oregon Supreme Court ordered the release of the files after a 2010 case brought by a man who had been sexually abused by a Scout leader.
Fire officials have downgraded the size of the fire, which has slowed down as it burns up a steep slope. The cause is still unknown.
Along with the usual Twitter jokes, three topics made social media users lose it. (The following tweets have been censored for your perusal.)
KCET and LinkTV are joining forces to create KCETLink. The two outlets say the merger will create a powerful new independent public transmedia company.