Los Angeles Times

Amy Hubbard

Writer

Amy Hubbard started at the Los Angeles Times in 1993 at the Valley/Ventura edition. She then turned to Features and Entertainment and served as copy chief for daily Calendar as well as Travel and Books. In 2008, she joined the AM Copy Desk as copy chief and focused on The Times’ Web product. In 2012, she joined the Web producer team as SEO chief. Hubbard is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Recent Articles

  • Catalina Island fox gains numbers. Greatest danger now? People.

    Catalina Island fox gains numbers. Greatest danger now? People.

    The Santa Catalina subspecies of Channel Islands fox -- found only on that island, about 22 miles from the Southern California mainland -- soon may be removed from the list of endangered species. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering the proposal -- as well as a separate plan that would downlist...

  • Time-lapse video: Watch hail turn Huntington Beach frosty fast

    Time-lapse video: Watch hail turn Huntington Beach frosty fast

    On March 2, a hailstorm briefly turned Southern California winter on its head. Photos zinged around the Internet showing sidewalks and roadways under a snow-like covering. Surfers trotted with boards over a frosty beach landscape and into the sea. The Huntington Beach police have commemorated the...

  • John Stamos stands outside 'Full House' house; fans are oblivious

    John Stamos stands outside 'Full House' house; fans are oblivious

    Actor John Stamos visited the "Full House" house recently to pose out front and snap some pictures. Thanks to reruns, the San Francisco abode is still a hot spot for fans of the TV series that ran from 1987 to 1995. Stamos stood there while people gawked at the "Full House" exterior -- the brick...

  • Ringling Bros. to retire its traveling elephants; some circus fans upset

    Ringling Bros. to retire its traveling elephants; some circus fans upset

    Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is dropping its elephant acts. Thirteen traveling-circus elephants will retire to Florida by 2018. We asked a random sampling of L.A. residents what they thought of that, and the collective response was a cry of dismay. "That's on their logo and everything," said...

  • Bird selfie at San Francisco 49ers' Levi's Stadium

    Bird selfie at San Francisco 49ers' Levi's Stadium

    At Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, the new home of the San Francisco 49ers, a webcam was taking a time-lapse video of the creation of an ice rink when it was photo bombed. The camera caught a curious, squawking bird, the 49ers added music, and the result was a charming little video. Watch it below....

  • California sea lion crisis: Warmer seas may be to blame

    California sea lion crisis: Warmer seas may be to blame

    Nearly 1,000 abandoned California sea lions have washed ashore this year in what rehabilitation centers say is a growing crisis for the animals. Emaciated and dehydrated sea lions, mostly pups about 8 months old, have been admitted in record numbers to facilities up and down the California coast....

  • Walter the sea lion pup is saved, but California rescuers are overwhelmed

    Walter the sea lion pup is saved, but California rescuers are overwhelmed

    Marina del Rey residents were surprised when a sea lion pup wandered into their apartment complex. They named him Walter. But getting help for Walter when he was spotted on Monday wasn't easy. He's just one sick pup amid a deluge of ailing sea lions currently overwhelming marine mammal rehabilitation...

  • Live cam: Baby hummingbirds

    Live cam: Baby hummingbirds

    A La Verne hummingbird nest is providing fascinating viewing for nature lovers after two tiny babies hatched earlier this month. A live cam is focused in close on the mom and her offspring, who can be seen wriggling in the nest, their bright yellow beaks opening wide. Hummingbird eggs are the smallest...

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