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KESQ News Channel 3 has been awarded a regional Edward R. Murrow Award in the category of News Series. The honor recognizes excellence in coverage for 'Troubled Waters: The Salton Sea Project.'
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A reporter dives into a complicated story to help residents understand the health risks in their backyard.
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This story is part of a larger project, "Troubled Water: The Salton Sea Project," led by Angela Chen, a recipient a 2020 Impact Fund grant from the Center for Health Journalism. Chen is examining the health and environmental risks linked to the decline of the Salton Sea. ...
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"Troubled Water: The Salton Sea Project" was produced by Angela Chen, a recipient a 2020 Impact Fund grant from the Center for Health Journalism. Chen is examining the health and environmental risks linked to the decline of the Salton Sea. 
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After decades of inter-agency fighting and broken promises, leaders say it's time to look forward with renewed hope.
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Congressman Dr. Raul Ruiz talks about the Salton Sea in this extended interview from "Troubled Waters: The Salton Sea Project."
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State Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia discusses the issues surrounding previous projects to save the Salton Sea in this extended interview from our special series "Troubled Waters: The Salton Sea Project."
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In the third part of the series, Angela Chen explains the efforts taken so far to save the Salton Sea, and concerns they have fallen short.
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Angela Chen examines the health and environmental risks linked to the decline of the Salton Sea.
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This story is part of a larger project, Troubled Water: The Salton Sea Project, led by Angela Chen in where she examines the health and environmental risks linked to the decline of the Salton Sea. 

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