Hailey PersingerWeb Producer
Hailey Persinger edits and posts stories, video, and other multimedia elements to KPBS.org. She also helps maintain the KPBSNews Twitter, Facebook and Google+ accounts. Before joining KPBS, she worked as a reporter at U-T San Diego and the Killeen Daily Herald. At both papers, she reported on local government and added to breaking news coverage. Hailey contributed reports to the Killeen Daily Herald's coverage of the November 2009 mass shooting at Fort Hood, which won numerous awards from the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors. Hailey has a bachelor's degree in English literature from the University of North Texas in Denton. When not at work, Hailey is either running, attempting to learn computer coding or compulsively checking Twitter.
The order from the court Wednesday keeps Trump's prosecution in the Jan. 6 case on hold.
Sunday, March 3, 2024 at 2 p.m. on KPBS 2 / No longer available in the PBS App. Charles Perrault's 1698 fairy tale, the classic telling of the Cinderella story, is an excellent source for an opera-providing color, romance, and relatable themes for audiences of all ages. The work includes many moments in which Massenet is at his best and most widely accessible, from the pageantry and glowing musical nostalgia for the French baroque in the court scenes to the otherworldliness of the love music to the wit and humor that permeate the work as a whole.
This weekend's art and culture top picks: Tarrah Aroonsakool, San Diego Theatre Month, Las Migas, Daniel Hicks, classical music for kids and much more.
Boeing has 90 days to come up with a plan to fix quality control issues, the FAA said Wednesday. Critics say those problems go far beyond the door plug that blew off a 737 Max in midair last month.
Former Chula Vista City Councilwoman Andrea Cardenas and her brother Jesus pleaded guilty Wednesday to two felony counts of grand theft for fraudulently obtaining a COVID-relief loan for their political consulting business and using the money for personal expenses, and for unlawfully obtaining state unemployment benefits.
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