Julia Agos, All Things Considered Host/Reporter

Julia Agos is a reporter and the host of All Things Considered for WITF. Previously, she was a political reporter for WFUV News in New York, where she covered New York City and state politics and hosted the Prickly Politics Podcast. Julia grew up in Sacramento, California and graduated from Fordham University.

Latest by Julia Agos

Taxpayers footed Pa.’s bill for election lawsuits. Costs went into the millions

The Pennsylvania Department of State paid law firms over $3.4 million for work on election-related lawsuits. They came from at least three political parties.

By Julia Agos

Lancaster city council backs push for county health department

A recent poll from Franklin & Marshal College of more than 2,000 people who live in the county showed more than 90 percent supported a county public health department in some fashion.

By Julia Agos

Midstate vaccine provider sees increase in no-shows for appointments

The system is encouraging patients to cancel unwanted appointments — either online or by calling its help line at 1-800-243-1455. That will help cut down on wait times and wasted doses.

By Julia Agos

Faculty rebuke chancellor’s comments suggesting state system could be dissolved

Some 94,000 students – including those at Bloomsburg, Kutztown, Millersville and Shippensburg — would be affected if the system were dissolved. Enrollment has dropped by 22% in the last ten years.

By Julia Agos

Mass COVID-19 vaccination site set to open Tuesday in Dauphin County

Dauphin County Commissioner Mike Pries says HACC is an ideal site because it’s centrally located and easily accessible.

By Julia Agos

Midstate farmers on alert as warm weather settles in a bit early this year

“Next week, it’s going to be warm again. The more we have of that, and the longer we have of that, then the closer we get to the tree starting to blossom,” said Karen Paulus, co-owner of Paulus Orchard in Cumberland County. “That’s when it becomes a problem. If those temperatures dropped down again.”

By Julia Agos

Lebanon County man faces additional charges in connection to Capitol insurrection

Leo Brent Bozell IV can be seen in videos in and around the building wearing a Hershey Christian Academy sweatshirt. A grand jury has added for four counts to the previous three filed by the FBI.

By Julia Agos

New report shows Pennsylvania farmland is on the decline

The authors concluded the state’s total farmland acreage declined by six percent, since previous census data was collected in 2012. The trends could lead to less food produced in Pennsylvania and limited open land for environmental protection.

By Julia Agos

Community vaccination site setting up in Franklin County

Franklin County Commissioners are signing on to an agreement to hd the facility in the former Burlington Coat Factory store in Greene Township.

By Julia Agos

Several state-owned universities plan for in-person activities in the fall

Of the 14 schools in the of Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, Clarion, California, Edinboro, West Chester, East Stroudsburg and Kutztown are slated to bring back more in-person learning and activities.

By Julia Agos