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Associate Editor, Audience Engagement
Brianna Lee handles audience engagement for KPCC's digital platforms, meaning she's constantly trying to strengthen the relationship between our newsroom and audience through the web and social media.
Before joining KPCC, she wrote about immigration and international affairs for the International Business Times, Council on Foreign Relations and WNET, the PBS affiliate in New York City. She's reported from Ecuador, Hong Kong and Nepal.
Brianna is originally from San Francisco, and moved to L.A. in the summer of 2016 — just two days before starting at KPCC. She has constant anxiety about finding parking.
Stories by Brianna Lee
One's the current lieutenant governor and former mayor of San Francisco. One's a venture capitalist from Rancho Santa Fe. Here's where they stand on housing, homelessness, immigration and health care.
Selecting the person for California’s top job is now in your hands. Here’s a rundown of the top contenders and what each stands for.
If no amount of polite or impolite conversation will ever get your family members to see eye to eye on hot-button topics, we have a handy guide for you.
April is National Poetry Month, which gives us an excellent excuse to wax lyrical about the torrid emotions that fill our relationships with the IRS.
A complicating factor in the potential showdown between Trump's administration and so-called sanctuary cities: There's no legal definition of what a sanctuary city is.
Admission is free for all national parks through Sunday. Where should we go?
The fire was reported Tuesday in a sparsely populated area but quickly expanded and shut down portions of the 15 Freeway and Highway 138.
We've got all the details on how to watch the Olympics — including where to watch them live in L.A.
Take home some history! Officials will be giving away pieces of the iconic bridge for free on Aug. 13.
The city wants to celebrate the experience of walking downtown. It's asking the public for suggestions to transform two intersections into art.
The city of L.A. wants to make sure people in rent-stabilized units know their rights. Take our quiz and see how you fare.
Opening a small business in L.A. often involves hefty fees and regulatory headaches. A new plan is trying to fix that.
Firefighters are battling two brush fires. Some residents have been forced to evacuate, while others were told to prepare for possible evacuation as the fires continued to burn.