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Amy Kiley

Amy Kiley

All Things Considered Host and Reporter

Amy fell in love with radio while serving as the news director of her college station, Northwestern University’s WNUR. She interned at Chicago Public Radio and WGVU in Grand Rapids before commencing her professional radio career as a host and reporter at WBOI in Indiana. After a few years at a Chicago-area magazine, Amy returned to radio as a host and show reporter at Milwaukee Public Radio. She has freelanced for NPR, Marketplace, Interfaith Voices and a number of print publications, and she's excited to be the new All Things Considered host/reporter for 90.7 News.

Along the way, Amy lived and performed media work in New Zealand and Argentina – and picked up graduate degrees in music and liturgy.



Recent Stories from Amy Kiley





United Arts Gives $1.4 Million to 43 Cultural Organizations



United Arts of Central Florida is giving away more money to arts organizations this year. The funding agency announced its annual grants Tuesday, and it’s providing more than $1.4 million to 43 groups. That’s about $54,000 more than last year.


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Report: State Juvenile Detention Exceeds $55,000 Per Youth Annually



The long-term cost of incarcerating the nation’s youth is $8 to $21 billion, according to a report out Tuesday. The Justice Policy Institute’s “Sticker Shock: Calculating the Full Price Tag for Youth Incarceration” says Florida’s base cost is $55,000 dollars per juvenile per year. From there, the number grows.




Scott Joseph |Mamak



Tapas are on the menu in this review from critic Scott Joseph, but the restaurant he selects isn’t Spanish; it’s Asian.



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