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StateImpact is Safe, Sound and Sidetracked

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma

Stella and Jack Howard (left and right) with their daughter, Dawnelaina (center), sit with the remains of their Moore home. The Howards built this house after their last one was destroyed by the May 3, 1999, twister.

Just a quick update: Logan Layden and I are safe and sound. We’ve been sidetracked a bit from our daily StateImpact duties to help local stations and NPR report and cover the aftermath of the Moore tornado. We’ve helped with live reporting, filed stories, and helped document the devastation with photos.

We’re working on some in-depth tornado-related journalism for the StateImpact banner, too, but we expect to return to our government policy beats in short order.


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Comments

  • kystokes

    Good luck and best wishes from your Indiana colleagues!

  • joewertz

    Thanks for the thoughts, Kyle!

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