Reporter with the Morning Mix team Education: Northwestern University, Bachelor of Science in Journalism
Allyson Chiu is a reporter with The Washington Post's Morning Mix team. She has previously contributed to the South China Morning Post and the Pacific Daily News. Allyson graduated from Northwestern University in 2018 where she studied journalism and integrated marketing communications.
“There will be no chance for full recovery for that child,” Philadelphia police said of the 11-month-old boy, who is still fighting for his life. “If the child survives, he will most likely be a quadriplegic.”
Mannford Police Department detective Michael Nealey is accused of killing the Oklahoma city's longtime police chief Lucky Miller in what authorities say they believe was an alcohol-fueled hotel room fight.
“I think there is a presumption of innocence until proven guilty,” Jeff Goldblum said when asked about Woody Allen in a recent interview. "I would consider working with him again, until I learned something more.”
“What happened to Mr. Oakry should have never happened,” said Heather Hamel, an attorney for Ivaughn Oakry. “Him and all of his children are dealing with a lot of emotional and psychological trauma in the aftermath of this."