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It’s important that the public know and understand how the state Department of Education handles teacher misconduct especially when it involves vulnerable children.
Nine cold, wet, showerless days crawling on my knees in the mud on the side of a mountain. What’s not to love?
A judge found significant public interest in the case of the fired then re-instated cop. But the records still haven’t been released.
Fairness and accuracy are important in this highly popular section.
Journalists have tough jobs, but there are ways to ease the burden as we report our way through the Trump years.
Government institutions have the inside scoop, but that doesn’t mean the media should always bite.
The story has nothing to do with religion. It’s all about what she’s doing with her supporters’ money.
The column offered a perspective that no one else has written about.
Readers should be able to know and trust where your information is coming from. But public officials also have a responsibility to speak up and correct erroneous reporting.
News organizations have no say over how their material is used. In fact, we often don’t even know it is being used.
This kind of deeply personal storytelling, says Civil Beat reporter Brittany Lyte, can be “so intimate it’s like walking into someone’s bedroom.”