Journalism students Jess Bedayn and Brett Simpson report on the fate of San Francisco Bay Area’s only homeless shelter dedicated to serving seniors, in this piece for The New York Times.
In this story for The New York Times, journalism students Alyson Stamos and Meiying Wu report on how San Francisco’s Chinatown — one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in the United States — fended off a nightmare.
In this story for The New York Times, journalism students Miki Katoni and Nina Sparling report on how the pandemic is devastating clinics that care for California’s most vulnerable patients.
In this front page story for The New York Times, journalism students Brian Wollitz and Ali DeFazio report on the only public school to remain open in California during the shutdown. The story is part of the IRP/Berkeley Journalism’s California Covid reporting partnership with the Times.
In this story for the Desert Sun, journalism student Molly Forster reports on how California’s Imperial Valley is struggling to fight two infectious disease simultaneously: tuberculosis and coronavirus.
In this story for The New York Times, journalism student Annie Berman reports on how a tiny ski town in California is worried about its role as an escape during the coronavirus pandemic. This was the first piece published under a new California Covid-19 reporting partnership between the IRP/Berkeley Journalism and the Times.
TERRORISM CASE REPEATEDLY SCRUTINIZED BY IRP REPORTERS
A high-profile federal terrorism case ended Friday when prosecutors announced they would not retry a Central Valley man whose conviction was overturned in August after he had served 14 years in prison.
Through months of public records requests, document analyses, interviews and courthouse expeditions, J-School/IRP students Casey Smith and Brian Perlman reported out the 2017 officer-involved shooting in Orland, California for The Chico Enterprise-Record.
California Magazine published a story about two IRP student reporters, Laurence Du Sault and Katey Rusch, and their contribution to a major investigation of California police officers convicted of crimes.
Records released under California’s new law-enforcement transparency law show that a Mendocino County correctional officer was demoted after tasing a handcuffed inmate. J-School/IRP students Katey Rusch and Edward Booth covered the story for The Ukiah Daily Journal.