Andrea Salcedo

Washington, D.C.

Reporter for the Morning Mix

Education: Columbia College Chicago, BA in Journalism; Columbia University, MS in Investigative Journalism

Andrea Salcedo is a reporter on The Washington Post's Morning Mix team. Before joining The Post in 2020, she covered breaking news and features for the New York Times metro desk.
Latest from Andrea Salcedo

Waukesha holiday parade victims include a child, a bank teller and Dancing Grannies, prosecutor says

They died celebrating the approaching holidays and reveling in the joy that this time of year is supposed to bring.

November 23, 2021

5 dead, more than 40 injured after SUV plows into crowd at Christmas parade in Wisconsin

The toll of dead and injured could increase as more information is gathered, the Waukesha Police Department said early Monday.

November 22, 2021

Filipino megachurch founder forced girls and young women into sex, telling them it was ‘God’s will,’ feds say

Apollo Carreon Quiboloy, who referred to himself as “the Appointed Son of God,” forced the women and girls to regularly engage in sexual acts with him in what he called the “night duty,” federal prosecutors said.

November 19, 2021

A nurse said a state senator inappropriately touched her during a medical exam. He’s been charged with assault.

Michigan state Sen. John Bizon faces a misdemeanor assault charge for allegedly touching a nurse practitioner without her consent.

November 18, 2021

An Oregon man was charged with a hate crime after brutally beating a gay man he targeted on Grindr, feds say

Federal prosecutors have charged Daniel Andrew McGee with “using the internet to target and brutally assault a gay man because of his sexual orientation,” according to a criminal complaint.

November 17, 2021

Hospital revokes Houston doctor’s privileges for ‘spreading dangerous misinformation’ about covid on Twitter

Mary Bowden, who recently joined the hospital’s medical staff, has been suspended for “spreading dangerous misinformation” and sharing “harmful” personal and political opinions about the coronavirus vaccine and treatments.

November 15, 2021

A White police chief placed a KKK note on a Black officer’s coat: ‘It was so demeaning’

On Thursday, Sheffield Lake Police officer Keith Pool broke his silence and detailed the incident that sparked outrage in the north Ohio city.

November 12, 2021

San Francisco police officer dies of covid while on leave for failing to meet vaccination requirement

Jack Nyce, a 17-year-old veteran with the force, died of coronavirus complications Saturday at a Manteca, Calif., hospital with his wife by his side.

November 11, 2021

A North Dakota GOP lawmaker helped organize an anti-vaccine rally. Then he got covid and couldn’t attend.

On Sunday, a day before the rally, Rep. Jeff Hoverson announced he would be skipping the event because he had contracted the coronavirus.

November 10, 2021

Maryland man pleads guilty to operating fake Moderna website, charging people to buy advance vaccines

On Friday, Odunayo “Baba” Oluwalade — one of three men accused of using the fake website to sell coronavirus vaccines at $30 per dose — pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud conspiracy in connection with the scheme.

November 1, 2021