Aly Sadik is a producer for KPBS Evening Edition and KPBS Roundtable. She moved from Sydney, Australia to San Diego as a child and quickly formed a passion for local, national, and international news. Aly took that passion and transformed it into a career. She worked as a TV news producer in the San Diego market since 2014.
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
Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher is a free man after being acquitted of murder. SeaWorld is bouncing back, but PETA remains a strong opponent. USC admits blame for poaching a UC San Diego's research program.
Prosecuting hate crimes is not a simple task. Rep. Duncan Hunter defends the Navy SEAL accused of multiple war crimes. Development of properties in wildfire-prone areas stirs controversy. The new leader of SANDAG attempts to revitalize San Diego's transportation industry.
The trial has been delayed for the Navy SEAL accused of committing war crimes while on deployment. Seniors are finding it harder to live in the Golden State. California moves one step closer to restricting short-term rentals in San Diego.
San Diego City Council approves a limited ban on people living in their vehicles, homeless deaths increase by more than 50% in San Diego, and asylum seekers, who are forced to "remain in Mexico," struggle to make it to their court hearings in the United States.
Methamphetamine addiction remains a chronic problem in San Diego. What's contributing to it.
- May 3
- By Aly Sadik
Another sign of the strong economy, a big change for Amazon's delivery service, and now Wall Street has its first plant-based food company.
On this installment of Roundtable, the fatal shooting at a Poway synagogue turns national attention toward hate crimes. Are U.S. guns responsible for an uptick of homicides in Mexico? Plus, short-term rentals are up for debate in the state assembly.
A discussion about white supremacist activity at San Diego colleges, an illegal ballot measure that's forcing San Diego to compensate thousands of city workers, utility companies transforming wastewater into natural gas and opening day for the Padres.
- March 28
- By Aly Sadik
Vehicle habitation is once again up for debate. KPBS takes an in-depth look at the lives of some locals living out of their vans.
- March 22
- By Aly Sadik
Medical records show one doctor is responsible for a third of vaccination exemptions in the San Diego Unified School District, Tijuana residents are stealing razor wire from the southern border fence for protection and imagine living by the beach without the million dollar housing commitment.