Executive Producer of News
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As executive producer of news, Natalie oversees our local news programming and operations, including Midday Edition on radio, Evening Edition on TV, The Roundtable on radio and TV, as well as local news in Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and special projects like our election coverage.
Natalie has been with KPBS since 1993. She launched the station's first nightly news program Full Focus, was senior producer of the long-running daily radio talk show These Days.
Natalie earned a master’s degree in communications from San Diego State University, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Cincinnati. Natalie lives with her husband and daughter in San Diego and enjoys gardening and traveling.
Recent Stories by Natalie Walsh
President Trump's comments that he will not commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election raises alarms, a man dies after contracting COVID-19 while in federal jail in downtown San Diego, and the fallout continues over San Diego's disastrous purchase of 101 Ash Street building.
As the year comes to a close, we recap the biggest stories of year, from the midterm elections to climate change to migrants at the border.
Indicted San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, will have his day in court next September, San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez reflects on eight years at city hall, and the local cruise ship business is making a comeback.
Despite the city having more registered Democrats than Republicans, Republicans may get a majority on the San Diego City Council.
San Diego's economy is expected to exceed $200 billion in GDP in 2014. A new report looks at how San Diego navigated fiscal challenges in the years following the Great Recession.
After being closed for nearly three years, San Diego city leaders celebrate the reopening of Kumeyaay Lake Campgrounds at Mission Trails Regional Park.
On a special edition of The Roundtable, the candidates for San Diego County district attorney talk about prison realignment, the death penalty and other issues facing that office.
The marine layer disappeared this week, and suddenly May seemed like your typical October. Donald Sterling was outed as a racist by TMZ, and banned for life by the NBA. Dueling minimum-wage proposals will duke it out, unless they won't.
The first of the year is a handy date for putting new laws into effect. So on Jan. 1, expect changes in a range of areas from voice-activated texting while driving to gun sales to financial literacy for school children.
The Saturday after Thanksgiving is designated Small Business Saturday, a day created by American Express to encourage shoppers to buy local. In San Diego, many businesses are hoping shoppers will spend money at their stores.