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Emilyn Mohebbi

Assistant News Producer / Gloria Penner Fellow

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Emilyn Mohebbi is the Gloria Penner Fellow and works with the KPBS Evening Edition team to build the show from editing to writing to pulling in stories.

Her professional experience includes work at NBC 7/39 as a story producer where she writes, edits, and prepares story segments.

Emilyn earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from SDSU in December 2019. She has a passion for news and storytelling. She hopes to eventually become a reporter and anchor.

Recent Stories by Emilyn Mohebbi

The Oceanside Museum of Art has reopened its do...

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: ‘Twenty Women Artists: NOW’, The 2021 Juried Biennial Exhibition And SD Practice

July 30
By Brooke Ruth, Emilyn Mohebbi, Jade Hindmon, Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: "Twenty Women Artists: NOW" wraps up its exhibition, the 2021 Juried Biennial Exhibition hosts its closing reception, and SD Practice continues at two locations in the county.

Student Roger Revelle hangs a Nansen bottle to ...

History Of Scripps Institution Of Oceanography Showcased In New Book

July 28
By Brooke Ruth, Emilyn Mohebbi, Jade Hindmon

The book is part of a series of books on the history of local places. It's called “Images of America: Scripps Institution of Oceanography.”

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Kaitlyn Greenidge Discusses Her Highly Anticipated Novel, 'Libertie'

July 27
By Emilyn Mohebbi, Julia Dixon Evans, Maureen Cavanaugh

Author Kaitlin Greenridge joined KPBS Midday Edition on Tuesday to discuss the book. She will be speaking Saturday during the second weekend of this year's virtual San Diego Writer's Festival.

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Pandemic Life: San Diegans Share Their Future Hopes

March 15
By Emilyn Mohebbi

It’s been a year since health officials reported the first coronavirus case in San Diego County. The pandemic has turned all of our lives upside down. But with more people getting vaccinated every day, there's hope that we can eventually do the things we used to.

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Stories featuring work by Emilyn Mohebbi

The Grandstands and the Del Mar racetrack July ...

New Vaccination Super Station On The Way As State Announces Progress In Slowing COVID-19

Feb. 10
By John Carroll

San Diego County will get its sixth super station vaccination site on Friday at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. That news came on the same day Gov. Newsom announced progress in knocking down COVID-19 infections in California.

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Feeding San Diego Uses Empty Legoland Parking Lot To Distribute Food

March 3
By Tania Thorne

The organization has seen a 50% increase of people facing hunger in San Diego County.

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Wildfire Smoke Found To Be Dangerous To Human Health

March 5
By Erik Anderson

San Diego scientists say wildfire smoke is harmful to the health of people living in the path of smoke from the fires.