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New podcast highlights the journey of Philadelphia shooting survivor

A new podcast by Kouvenda Media challenges the usual way news outlets report on shootings, victims and survivors.

By Anthony Orozco

Legislators spend millions on private lawyers with little transparency

A recent investigative report by Spotlight PA and The Caucus found that the Pennsylvania legislature spent almost $10 million on private attorneys over the last two years and often didn’t divulge what those lawyers were hired for.

By Scott LaMar

Are China and the US entering a second Cold War?

While other world events demand our attention, not enough awareness is focused on the heightening worldwide contest between the United States and China.

By Merideth Bucher

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WITF earns six RTDNA Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards — tops in its region

The awards for excellence in broadcast and digital journalism are among the most prestigious awards in the industry.

By Staff

A New World on Finding Your Roots

By Fred Vigeant

Trusting News: Hey conservatives. Let’s talk.

Do you see your life and values reflected in local news? Are there issues you think journalists ignore?

By Tim Lambert

Partisan Pa. websites masquerading as local news threaten trust in journalism, new report finds

Both Republican and Democratic groups are seeking to exploit the growing void in local news through outlets that fail basic journalistic standards, according to a report by NewsGuard.

By Colin Deppen/Spotlight PA