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Blood, Lead & Soil: A Year In East Chicago – Indiana Public Broadcasting, July 2017

» PRNDI Awards 2018: First place, best multimedia presentation (Division A, mid-size station)

Related story: Questions Linger For Public Housing Residents Who Lived At A Superfund Site – NPR Morning Edition, August 2017


At Coakley Landfill Site, Government Assurances Meet Public Fear – New Hampshire Public Radio, August 2018

Related story: PFAS: Onetime Miracle Ingredient, Now An Environmental Problem – Science Friday, July 2018


Neighbors of ‘mega’ chicken farms call on state for relief from environmental effects – Delaware Public Media, December 2015

Related story: In Tiny, Rural Hope, Large Hog Farms Spark Economic Fears – Indiana Public Broadcasting, July 2016

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Immigration Executive Order Causes Anxiety In VP Mike Pence’s Hometown – NPR Morning Edition, February 2016


Carrier Got Cut A Deal, But Can Other Companies Expect The Same? – NPR All Things Considered, December 2016

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Small Indiana Nonprofit Falls Victim To Ransom Cyberattack – NPR Weekend Edition, May 2017

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The Fight Over New Hampshire’s Tallest Mountain – NPR Weekend Edition, July 2018

More at NHPR: Is Mount Washington’s Peaking Popularity Putting It At Risk?


For Residents On The Connecticut River, Hydro Dams’ Relicensing Is A Rare Opportunity – New Hampshire Public Radio, June 2018


Trail Work Ahead: Historic White Mountains Path Gets A Makeover – New Hampshire Public Radio, May 2018


Life Lessons From New Hampshire’s All-Female Winter Wilderness Training – New Hampshire Public Radio, February 2018


Alaskan Soccer Game With Roots In Russian-American Fishing Venture – NPR Only A Game, October 2014


AK: Shipwreck – Alaska Public Media/KUCB, January 2014

Last updated Aug. 28, 2018.