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Katy Stegall

Investigative Research Assistant

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Katy Stegall is an investigative research assistant with KPBS and an SDSU transfer from Southwestern College. She is studying to be an investigative reporter who focuses on police accountability and surveillance technology. Stegall has interned with Voice of San Diego and The San Diego Union-Tribune. She was named the National Two-Year College Reporter of the Year with the Associated Collegiate Press in 2019 during her time as Editor-in-Chief of The SWC Sun.

Recent Stories by Katy Stegall

The entrance to the Richard J. Donovan Correcti...

San Diego’s Donovan Prison Has One Of Highest COVID-19 Death Rates In State

Jan. 22
By Katy Stegall

A December outbreak at the prison led to more than 700 cases and 15 deaths, according to state records.

The San Diego Police Department headquarters is...

San Diego Police Records Website Down After Posting Confidential Information

Nov. 13, 2020
By Katy Stegall

San Diego had been posting internal records from the police department online for about a year, but that was shut down Monday when officials accidentally published a document with confidential information about a crime victim.

The bars of a jail cell are pictured in this un...

COVID-19 Cases Spike At San Diego County Jails And Detention Centers

Dec. 22, 2020
By Claire Trageser, Katy Stegall

More than 1,800 cases have been reported at these facilities from March through mid-December, with hundreds reported in just the past few weeks, according to San Diego County community outbreak records obtained by KPBS.

A map of San Diego showing COVID-19 outbreak lo...

Here's Where COVID-19 Outbreaks Have Happened In San Diego County

Dec. 21, 2020
By Claire Trageser, Katy Stegall

If you’ve gone out at all since the pandemic first struck, you quite likely walked into a place where an outbreak occurred, according to the KPBS analysis of 1,006 outbreak records dating from March through the end of November.

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