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
An L.A. jury found former Beverly Hills Unified School District superintendent Jeffrey Hubbard, 54, guilty of improperly using public money for a female employee.
Also: Dodger Stadium is converted into a motocross track, severed heads coast to coast and more in today's pop culture roundup.
Read about all this and more in today's pop culture roundup.
Search warrants have been served in the Hollywood Hills murder investigation following a human head and severed body parts being found below the Hollywood sign.
Popular file-sharing site MegaUpload, along with sister sites like MegaVideo, was shut down by the federal government today.
Dane Cook said some pretty awful things about women at the Hollywood Improv last night, Bravo is recasting "the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," and OH NO, porn might not shoot in the Los Angeles area anymore.
A second human hand has been found near the head and hand already found below the Hollywood sign, the Los Angeles Times reports.
1930s-40s L.A. mugshots, the sordid past of the star of "How I Met Your Mother," Billy Crystal's forthcoming Oscars jokes and more in today's pop culture roundup.
On making more "Star Wars" movies: "Why would I make any more when everybody yells at you all the time and says what a terrible person you are?"
The dead were discovered on the morning of Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008 near the 405/710 interchange; they included a single mother of six.
South L.A.'s 52nd Street Elementary School was locked down as police searched for a suspected gunman after they exchanged fire with police and FBI.
Today's pop culture roundup, including Google's L.A. headquarters, President Obama asking for Betty White's birth certificate and more.
Today's bomb threat at Alhambra High School ended with no bomb being found.
Christopher Walken shares what he's learned about, um, everything. (Or at least golf, spaghetti, zoos and Dennis Hopper.) (Esquire)
Roelof van Ark, the 59-year-old head of the California high-speed rail agency, announced his resignation Thursday from the controversial and publicly scrutinized near $100 billion proposed project.