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Andi Dukleth

Video Journalist

Andi Dukleth is a born and raised San Diegan who graduated from California State University San Marcos with a bachelor’s degree in arts and technology. Since graduating in 2013, she has found a passion for documentary filmmaking and illustrating comic books.

She interned at Interloper Films and has worked as a News Photographer for KUSI and ABC10 News respectively. Some of the important stories she has covered include the 2016 Bernie Sanders campaign stop in National City, the Thousand Oaks shooting, and the Woolsey Fire.

In addition to working in news, she is active in the comic book scene. She is a part of a local comic book collective and has paneled at San Diego Comic Con.

Recent Stories by Andi Dukleth

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Oceanside Film Festival Runs Wednesday Through Sunday

Aug. 1
By Andi Dukleth, Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker

Since 2009 the Oceanside International Film Festival has been bringing unique screening experiences to North County. The festival runs Aug. 7 through 11 at the Sunshine Brooks Theater.

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Inter-Tribal Pow Wow Lights Up San Luis Rey Mission

June 10
By Andi Dukleth

Tribes and vendors from across the country gathered on the Mission grounds with one purpose in mind: celebrating togetherness.

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'Put Your House In Order' Delivers Rom-Com For The Apocalypse

May 24
By Andi Dukleth, Beth Accomando

La Jolla Playhouse is premiering Ike Holter’s new play "Put Your House In Order." It’s billed as a “rom-com meets apocalyptic thriller.”

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Super-Abled Comics Packs Empowering Punch

April 12
By Andi Dukleth

San Diego writer Travis Rivas is putting together a comic anthology about superheroes with disabilities.

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Dogs Vs. Boats: The Future Of Fiesta Island

May 22
By John Carroll

Users of a dog park and people who enjoy paddle boats are paying close attention to a city decision on Fiesta Island.

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Lawsuit Challenges Plan For Bike Lanes On North Park Thoroughfare

Aug. 14
By Andrew Bowen

A group that calls itself Save 30th Street Parking claims San Diego violated a state law meant to protect the environment when it announced plans to eliminate parking along the road in favor of protected bike lanes.

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Lawsuits: Federal Gov't Fails To Protect Military Reservists Returning To Civilian Jobs

Aug. 22
By Steve Walsh

Claiming they are denied promotions and pay, reservists and guard troops are suing their civilian employers under a federal law designed to protect their civilian careers. Federal agencies are seeing some of the highest number of complaints.