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David Heath, senior reporter at the Center for Public Integrity, on his contribution to an investigative report on dental care in America.
Jill Rosenbaum is a producer for PBS’s FRONTLINE. She spent a year investigating dental care and found that many American children and adults are suffering from dental issues and don’t have access to dental care.
Palm Beach Post Reporter Michael LaForgia follows up on his 2011 Casey Medal Winning story and launches a new series on Florida's lax oversight of summer camps.
Managing Editor Kathy Best on the "unprecedented reporting consortium" that produced the multimedia project, and the community's response to the project.
Chris Henao shares the impact KCTV-5's "Big Problem, Low Priority" had on Kansas City.
Melissa del Bosque traces the path of unaccompanied minors deported by the U.S. government in "Children of the Exodus."
Beth Macy, families' beat reporter for the Roanoke (Va.) Times, followed the caregiving journey of dementia patient Tommy Rhodes and his wife Linda for nearly two years.
Keith O'Brien and Donovan Slack of The Boston Globe talk about their story on the shortcomings of their state’s child welfare system. The piece won a 2009 Casey Medal in the Single Story, 200,000-plus circulation category.
Newsweek’s Mary Carmichael talks about her profile of a 10-year-old boy with bipolar disorder. Her story won a 2009 Casey Medal in the Magazine category.
2009 Casey Medal Winner/2009 America's Promise Journalism Award Winner, Project/Series: "The Smokestack Effect: Toxic air and America’s schools" (video)
USA Today reporters Brad Heath and Blake Morrison talk about their eight-month investigation of the impact of industrial pollution on the air outside schools and its toxic effect on children. They won a 2009 Casey Medal in the category, "project or series, 200,000 plus circulation."