Leah Worthington joined the Redwood City Pulse in 2021. She reports and writes on everything from education and climate to housing and city government. She loves deeply reported stories and has written several features on issues like redistricting and new housing developments. She's particularly interested in how the housing crisis is playing out in Redwood City and wrote about how recent evictions are affecting local homeless residents.
Leah, a Menlo Park native, previously worked as the online editor for California magazine in Berkeley. After graduating with a degree in biology, she spent a year studying baboons in Kenya. She loves radio and co-hosts a podcast on cutting-edge ideas in science and technology. Se habla español!
The two Redwood City drivers facing second-degree murder charges for their involvement in a major vehicle collision that resulted in the death of a San Carlos couple appeared before a judge on Tuesday.
[Wednesday, November 23, 2022]
Two drivers, including a 17-year-old, face second-degree murder charges for their involvement in a Redwood City collision that resulted in the death of a couple who grew up in Palo Alto.
[Monday, November 21, 2022]
Murder charges could be filed against the teen suspected of causing a Nov. 4 Redwood City collision that killed two Palo Alto natives, if the District Attorney's Office determines that he was drag racing.
[Friday, November 18, 2022]
The local community is mourning the loss of the parents of twin girls who were killed Friday night during a car collision. Gregory Ammen and Grace Spiridon met in middle school.
[Monday, November 7, 2022]
Since the 20-acre Edgewood Fire was contained last month, roughly 1,137 PG&E customers in the area have experienced repeated power outages, which have disrupted medical treatments, child care and more.
[Tuesday, July 26, 2022]
BraveMaker Film Festival's 2019 debut drew several thousand attendees. On July 7, BraveMaker will kick off its fourth annual film festival -- the second in person -- and organizers hope to see even bigger numbers.
[Wednesday, July 6, 2022]
Local politicians are grappling with the possibility of a reversal on federal abortion rights in light of a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion on the future of Roe v. Wade published Monday by Politico.
[Wednesday, May 4, 2022]