At a time when journalists are being vilified as "the enemy of the people," staff members at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis are feeling renewed appreciation in their Maryland community.
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An MU Police incident report was given to the Missourian almost completely redacted, but the Sunshine Law states those types of reports must be public.
New York Times Magazine writer-at-large and novelist, Nathaniel Rich, and podcast producer and journalist, Amy Martin, will visit MU Sept. 19–21 to discuss climate change and journalism.
The student was covering local elections and state primaries at a Columbia polling place when two men in separate incidents spat at and yelled at her.
The desire to hide “unfortunate facts” from the public is not a legitimate reason for redacting information. The issue extends far beyond the Interior Department. It seems to be a foundational strategy of the entire administration.
High school students traveled to Columbia this week for the Missouri Urban Journalism Workshop. For some, it builds on a desire to tell stories about their communities.
Michael Knisley, who spent 13 years as a sports editor at ESPN, will take the helm Aug. 1.
SpaceX delivers robot, more to space station
Madi Alexander, who now works as a data journalist for Bloomberg, came up with a GoFundMe campaign to help survivors of the shooting.