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But piecemeal and limited data on guns still poses real reporting challenges.
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Democrat and Chronicle
The current inequality in tree cover in the city of Rochester is easy to observe, but how did it come to be that way?
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Democrat & Chronicle
Reporter Justin Murphy used unique data sources and a range of other records to analyze the history of Rochester’s tree cover. Here’s how he did it.
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The Fresno Bee
The future of transportation in Fresno County rests largely with Measure C, a local sales tax that is expected to raise more than $6.8 billion for roads, highways, and public transit over the next 30 years.
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Marshel Sumerlin, left, and his son, Lee, at their home in Ferry County, Washington. The family, whose story was featured in the
It’s a bigger problem than you think, as the pandemic made clear.
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Registered nurse Sue Dillon administers a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to a person at a clinic in Wilmington, California.
Wilmington, California, has experienced hundreds more deaths than it does on average. Power, pollution, and poverty all play a role.
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But at no point since 2013 did any Texas school district have the professionally recommended student supervisor ratios for counselors, nurses, psychologist and social workers at the same time, a Houston Chronicle investigation found.
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Students walk past one of the many anti-bullying signs posted around Harry S. Truman Middle School in Fontana on Thursday, March
This story is part of a larger project for the 2021 Data Fellowship, a program of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism....
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Students walk past one of the many anti-bullying signs posted around Harry S. Truman Middle School in Fontana on Thursday, March
One in three middle and high school students say they’ve been bullied, a new Southern California News Group analysis shows.
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Cyberbullying has many incarnations, from making fun of someone’s appearance on Instagram to sending revealing photos to classma
The same advice parents give children before heading to school or a friend's house can protect them from cyberbullies.
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