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Lisa Krieger of the San Jose Mercury News, Victoria Colliver of POLITICO, and Alejandro Lazo of CalMatters on the storylines they're tracking.
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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 reporter learns to diversify her tactics to find more diverse families for a series on the rise of Type 1 diabetes.
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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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Scientists and reporters are watching for a full-blown COVID-19 resurgence. How will we know when we're there? Keep these confounding factors in mind.
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“My major piece of advice to anyone encountering preliminary studies is to be skeptical,” said journalism professor Sharon Dunwoody.
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Utah has the lowest smoking rate in the nation, yet the biggest source of cancer deaths in the state is lung cancer. How can that be?
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A look at how homelessness reporters are approaching the beat during the pandemic.
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Why reporters should explain to their audiences how misleading case counts really are.
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Dr. Sunita Puri explains how hospitals are thinking about the tough decisions they'd be forced to make in high-surge scenarios.

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