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An-Li became a reporter while completing her law degree at Stanford. In law school, she wrote about housing affordability, criminal justice and economic development, among other topics. She also served as the intern to NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg in Washington, DC, helping Ms. Totenberg to cover the U.S. Supreme Court and other legal matters. Originally from Pittsburgh, An-Li interned with the investigations team at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette before joining 90.5 WESA in August

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Young workers left Pennsylvania’s labor force at the highest rates after the pandemic began

Workforce participation has fallen across the board in Pennsylvania since the onset of the pandemic, but a new analysis shows the decline has been greatest among workers under age 35.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

How a tank full of powder turns natural gas into fuel for pickup trucks

While the drive to ditch gasoline and diesel has fueled the rise of electric vehicles, multi-state utility Columbia Gas is testing a different alternative in its fleet of service trucks: natural gas.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

Pennsylvania doesn’t live up to its potential for turning innovation into jobs, new report finds

Pennsylvania universities often receive praise for their research in advanced fields, but a new study finds the state lags when it comes to turning academic breakthroughs into jobs.

By An-Li Herring/WESA