Joe Rubin is an award-winning investigative reporter who enjoys digging through documents and exposing waste fraud and abuse on the local and national level. Joe’s TV investigative reports have won multiple awards including a 2016 investigative Emmy for an investigation into a water treatment experiment gone awry. In 2015, Rubin’s Nation Investigative Fund-supported story about a water meter project turned $500 million boondoggle was awarded 1st place for in the weekly investigative category by the California Newspaper Association. Joe’s produced documentary projects for PBS Frontline/World, Retro Report/New York Times, and the Center for Investigative Reporting. Rubin has reported for numerous NPR programs including Morning Edition, Marketplace and PRI’s the World.