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Avery Luke

Reporter, Redwood City Pulse

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About Avery
Avery Luke joined the Redwood City Pulse in 2023. She covers everything from city government and education to local art and music. Avery, who grew up in Los Altos, previously worked as a news reporter at KPFA Radio in Berkeley, the nation's first noncommercial community radio station.

Avery also writes newscasts at KTVU FOX 2 and holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from DePaul University in Chicago.
Stories by Avery
Police: After searching two Redwood City sites, missing woman's whereabouts still unknown
Belmont police said the circumstances leading up to Ylva Hagner's 1996 disappearance are still unknown after leading a search at two sites on Farm Hill Boulevard in Redwood City last week.
[Thursday, May 18, 2023]

Actress Linda Cardellini confirmed as Grand Marshal in Redwood City's Fourth of July Parade
Actress Linda Cardellini, a Redwood City native, will be the grand marshal of this year's Fourth of July Parade, according to parade organizer Regina Kipp.
[Sunday, May 14, 2023]

Activists protest San Mateo County 'jail mail' policy as case over constitutional rights moves to federal court
Local activists are demanding that San Mateo County end its practice of routing letters to jail inmates to a private, for-profit company in Florida that digitizes and destroys them.
[Tuesday, May 9, 2023]

Woman killed, teenager severely injured in wrong-way crash on Interstate 280
A woman has died and a 14-year-old boy has been severely injured after a motorist drove north on the southbound lanes of Interstate 280 Saturday into oncoming traffic.
[Saturday, April 22, 2023]

Peninsula cyclists call for increased safety measures on Cañada Road after Lester Legarda's death
Friends from the local skateboarding and cycling community remember Lester Legarda as kind, optimistic and "a committed rider." Legarda died in an April 10 collision while riding on Cañada Road in Woodside.
[Thursday, April 20, 2023]

After their daughter's cancer diagnosis, Studio K-Fit raises over $12K for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
After their 3-year-old was diagnosed with leukemia, Studio K-Fit owners Kendrick and Angela Ribeiro asked their gym clients to do a cardio fitness challenge to raise money for cancer research. The results were better than they'd hoped.
[Saturday, March 18, 2023]