Amy Kiley

Announcer

Amy joined WUWM in January 2011 as an Announcer. She began her career interning for WBEZ-Chicago Public Radio and NPR affiliate WGVU in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She also served as News Director of her college station WNUR at Northwestern University.

Prior to joining WUWM, Amy served as an announcer and reporter for Northeast Indiana Public Radio. She also worked as a full-time bilingual writer and photographer for a Spanish- and English-language publication near Chicago. As a freelance journalist, she contributed several reports to WUWM’s Lake Effect program. Amy has won several journalism awards from The Hearst Foundations and Society of Professional Journalists.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. Amy also holds a master’s degree in music from Westminster Choir College and a master’s degree in liturgy from St. Joseph’s College.

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Politics & Government
2:30 pm
Tue July 9, 2013

A Step-By-Step Guide to Bounty Hunting

Zip ties can be used by bounty hunters to restrain fugitives.
Credit Mark Zwolenek/Flickr

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley interviews bond agent and bounty hunter Derek Nelson.

What would bounty hunting look like if made legal here in Wisconsin?

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Arts & Culture
2:32 pm
Thu June 27, 2013

Milwaukee Encyclopedia Collects City's Hidden History

A UWM student's poster about "baby hammocks" was presented at the Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Credit Encyclopedia of Milwaukee Facebook

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley interviews history professor Amanda Seligman.

A team at UWM is working to publish an authoritative compendium of Milwaukee history and firsts.

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Economy & Business
12:30 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

Metal Scrapping a Not-So Lucrative Living for Some Milwaukeeans

Tim Nelson takes his truck scrapping in an alley of Sherman Park.
Credit Tim Nelson

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley explores Milwaukee's metal scrapping scene.

Some Milwaukeeans are trying to eke out a living collecting and selling scrap metal.

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Project Milwaukee
11:00 am
Wed June 12, 2013

Researcher: Eliminating Nuclear Power Won't Clean Wisconsin's Energy Use

The decommissioning process is underway for Wisconsin's Kewaunee nuclear power plant.
Credit WEP photo

Paul Wilson speaks with Lake Effect's Amy Kiley.

The Doomsday Clock measures the likelihood the world will end from nuclear war, global warming or biosecurity problems. So, it might be ironic that many climate scientists think a key to protecting the planet … is nuclear energy. It’s a dichotomy that is getting a hard look from at least one Wisconsin researcher.

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Health & Science
11:44 am
Wed June 5, 2013

Barriers to Mental Health Services Could Remain Despite Budgetary Help

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley interviews Walter Laux, the director of Behavioral Health Services for Community Advocates.

Wisconsin soon could see a big increase in funding for mental health services.

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