Michell Eloy

Senior producer

KCRW Staff/Producer

Michell (yes, no 'e') Eloy joined KCRW in 2016 as a producer for Press Play. Prior to that, she spent three years covering Atlanta for NPR member station WABE, first as a general assignment reporter, then as a health care policy reporter. Michell's work has appeared on NPR, Kaiser Health News, Marketplace, KQED's 'The California Report,' WHYY's 'The Pulse,' Chicago Tribune and WBEZ. Michell is a very proud Illinois native and a graduate of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Michell Eloy on KCRW

At least 10 women have accused Tony Robbins of either sexual harassment or general mistreatment.

Self-help guru Tony Robbins faces sexual assault allegations

At least 10 women have accused Tony Robbins of either sexual harassment or general mistreatment.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Two articles of impeachment were announced today against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Rep. Adam Schiff on articles of impeachment and what’s next

Two articles of impeachment were announced today against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing has lots of interruptions from Republicans as they try defending President Trump.

House Judiciary hearing focuses on evidence for impeachment

Today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing has lots of interruptions from Republicans as they try defending President Trump.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

This week: explore the rise and form of right wing media spaces; shop local crafts and give the Amazon delivery person a break; celebrate 20 years of the hauntingly beautiful…

The head of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority will step down at the end of the month. We ask why.

from Greater LA

The team behind KCRW’s "Good Food," Evan Kleiman and Nick Liao, have put together a list of five great neighborhood restaurants to visit this year.

The Trump administration wants to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows young people who were illegally brought to the U.S. to live and work here.

from Greater LA

The City of LA is considering doing away with requirements that developers provide parking with new buildings in downtown.

from Greater LA

How do you make your own architectural statement on a street filled with eye-grabbing Eric Owen Moss buildings?

from Design and Architecture

Trump may be trying to stop the flow of immigrants, but for $500,000 and a promise to create at least 10 jobs, a foreigner can get a provisional green card.

from Greater LA

Two-bedroom units in Pasadena often sell for $700,000. So how could one cost $75,000? Caltrans owns it.

from Greater LA

A dramatic decision by a little-known planning agency may impact how much new housing goes up in your city.

from Design and Architecture