Liz Jones is an editor for daily news, features and special projects. She started at KUOW in 2005 and worked primarily as a reporter until 2018. Her coverage largely focused on immigration and underrepresented communities.
Her work has also been heard on national shows including NPR’s Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Here & Now, PRI's The World, Latino USA, Snap Judgment, The Takeaway and BBC News Service.
She is a NW native who's also lived in Spain, Peru, NYC and Ritzville, WA.
Languages: English, Spanish
If kids are sponges for new information, 2020 sure gave them a lot to absorb, from the coronavirus to a heated election. .
2020 challenged how we look at the world. That goes for kids, too.
What do kids think about 2020? They've got some thoughts about the coronavirus, the heated election and protests for racial justice.
'Every one of these situations, you could see yourself there.'
He's wrestled with retirement for years but hangs on for more students he wants to see graduate, or families who need just a little more time to find stability.
Glitchy computers. Distracted students. Overbooked parents. Seattle families are still troubleshooting daily routines and challenges, nearly a month into remote school.
Larry Gossett and Girmay Zahilay reflect on leading communities through protests.
Seattle spent the weekend under an orange hue as wildfire smoke continued to blanket the region, bringing air quality down to unhealthy levels for everyone. After nearly a week of smoky air, there may be some relief on the horizon.
Nota: este artículo es una traducción de una nota hecha por Liz Jones el 18 de no
Lifelong activist Phyllis Noble-Mobley joined the recent marches for racial justice, yet questions the strategy to defund police.