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Hard-earned tips on how to stay nimble when current events supplant your grand reporting plans.
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Seven months later, Outsiders is back with a three-episode finale that seeks to answer some of the questions the podcast laid out in the beginning.
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This documentary-style podcast give listeners a close-up view of unsheltered homelessness. Episode 9 takes some of the questions posed by listeners throughout the series, and gives people who are homeless a chance to weigh in.
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A look inside an expanded syringe program and a new camp.
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A pandemic, a shift in homeless services and two new reports.
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Amid the pandemic, changes to the county’s needle exchange programs are on hold.
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"The experience of working with our subjects for more than a year changed my own ideas about homelessness and how to report on it."
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A woman is seeking shelter from her spouse. A man is disabled. Another has been clean from addiction for 16 years. A mom who lost her job is there with her two kids.
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City leaders repeatedly denied that homeless sweeps were happening. A reporter shares how she proved them wrong.
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This story is the first in a series exploring the deaths of homeless people in Santa Clara County — who the victims were, how they died and what might be done to save the lives of people few may remember.

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