Chicago Tribune editor for city and suburban news. Lover of music, craft beer, and follower of barometric pressure.
Angela Rozas is a Chicago Tribune editor for city and suburban news, and former crime and general assignment reporter for the paper. A native of Louisiana, she is a former reporter at The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, and a graduate of Columbia University and Louisiana State University. Angela enjoys baseball, running, novels about regret, sad music and craft beer, but tries not to enjoy all of them in the same weekend.
Angela Rozas makes a mean gumbo (dark roux only, please), has finally picked a favorite Chicago baseball team, and knows well the value of winter layers.