Producer - Contributor through January 2020
Before KPBS, she worked at KUSI News, producing evening and remote newscasts. She also spent time working on a military base in the Mojave Desert, interviewing and writing about military training units before overseas deployment.
Aly holds a Bachelor's of Science in Television and Film from San Diego State University.
Recent Stories by Aly Sadik
Calls for White House adviser Stephen Miller to resign following a leak of controversial emails. The alarming death rate among San Diego County jail inmates. San Diego State University moves forward with its Mission Valley stadium plans.
A collaborative inquiry finds hundreds of California law enforcement officers with criminal backgrounds. The nation's highest court could decide the future for nearly a million undocumented immigrants. Wildfires destroy more than structures, a look at the impact on survivors' mental health.
Soaring homicide rates in Mexico. How America contributes to the problem. Overlooked San Diego rape kits yield DNA matches in the federal database. Dockless scooters are an economic boom, but are they really beneficial to the environment?
The House of Representatives looks toward the impeachment of President Trump. An investigation into San Diego County's jail system raises concern. SDG&E pushes for change, but how much could it cost customers.
The impact of climate change on local businesses and homes, our oceans, and the California National Guard.
California's controversial new law affecting gig workers heads to Governor Newsom's desk. Big development plans are on the horizon for Mission Valley. Who will replace Susan Davis once she exits the 53rd District.
San Diego Unified High School District's misconduct records raise questions. A controversial vaccination bill heads to Gov. Newsom's desk. Will the weight of injuries to NFL players change the course of the game.
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, joined with local workers Thursday to call for the passage of a bill she authored that would limit when businesses and companies could classify employees as independent contractors.
San Diego moves to ease the city's affordable housing crisis. As climate change continues, ice is melting in the north and homeowners are having a tough time protecting their properties from damage.
More shakeups at San Diego's regional planning agency, the disappearing Southern California coastline and the proposed tower near Seaport Village.