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Alexander Nguyen

Web Producer

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As web producer, Alexander Nguyen is responsible for covering breaking news online, writing web stories, and copy editing and updating the station’s website and social media.

Alexander has covered Southern California extensively for several publications, including Patch, Times of San Diego,, and NBC San Diego where he won several Society of Professional Journalists and San Diego Press Club awards for his writing.

Alexander is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and San Diego Press Club. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California and a master’s degree in journalism innovation from Syracuse University.

Recent Stories by Alexander Nguyen

Rep. Duncan Hunter arrives at the federal court...

Duncan Hunter Seeking Prison Delay Because Of Coronavirus Pandemic

May 5
By Alexander Nguyen

In the joint motion filed in the Southern District of California, Hunter was asking the court to extend his self-surrender date to Jan. 4, 2021 because of the “ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the unknown impacts of the disease” in the coming months. He was scheduled to surrender on May 29.

A preliminary 4.9 magnitude earthquake struck A...

4.9-Magnitude Quake Felt Throughout San Diego

April 3
By Alexander Nguyen

The quake was centered in Anza at 6:53 p.m. and was felt from Oceanside to Chula Vista to Alpine.

A box of food prepared at a food bank distribut...

Local Leaders Urge Immigrants To Access Public Health Resources Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

March 19
By Alexander Nguyen

Local elected officials on Thursday encouraged immigrants to access government health care and other community resources as COVID-19 continues to spread in San Diego.

A sign at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar ...

San Diego Sailor, Second Marine Test Positive For Coronavirus

March 14
By Alexander Nguyen

A sailor and a second marine tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the military announced Saturday.

County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher updates the p...

5 New Positive Coronavirus Cases In San Diego County; Public Health Order Issued

March 13
By Alexander Nguyen

There are now five new presumptive confirmed coronavirus cases in San Diego County, according to the County Health and Human Services department, and it's likely that community spread has occurred.

San Diego City Council District 9 candidate Sea...

City Council D9 Candidate Barrios Headed To Runoff To Replace His Boss, Likely Against Elo

March 4
By Alexander Nguyen

Council President and D9 representative Georgette Gomez's former policy advisor Kelvin Barrios was headed toward the November runoff with just more than 30% of the vote while nonprofit executive Sean Elo, who was behind with 20.6%, was likely to join him.

A welcome sign greets visitors and patients at ...

Second San Diego Coronavirus Patient Recovers, Discharged From Hospital

Feb. 25
By Alexander Nguyen

The person was among the second group of American evacuees from Wuhan, China to arrive at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar earlier this month. All evacuees have since completed their federally mandated quarantine period and have left the base.

San Diego County Board of Supervisors in chambe...

San Diego County Extends Coronavirus Emergency Declaration For 30 Days

Feb. 20
By Alexander Nguyen, Matt Hoffman

The San Diego Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to extend an emergency declaration for the coronavirus, which was first declared last Friday.

A welcome sign greets visitors and patients at ...

San Diego Coronavirus Patient Recovers, Released From UC San Diego Health

Feb. 19
By Alexander Nguyen

The patient was one of two people in San Diego diagnosed with the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Both were among the more than 200 people evacuated to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar from Wuhan, China, two weeks ago.

Americans evacuees from Wuhan, China on the bus...

'Graduation Day': First Group Of Coronavirus Evacuees Released From Quarantine

Feb. 19
By Alexander Nguyen, Matt Hoffman

Some 166 people evacuated from Wuhan, China, were released from quarantine at San Diego's Miramar Air Station on Tuesday. One evacuee described it as "graduation day."

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