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Investigations

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and analysis.

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by Jim Heaney

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by Dan Telvock

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Dec
11

Vote for iPost story of the year

Investigative Post continued to produce hard-hitting investigations in 2018. We’ll leave it up to you readers to decide which was the best one. Editor Jim Heaney has selected that he considers our best enterprise stories. Links are below, followed by a poll. You’re permitted to vote just once. We’ll post the results the first week […]

Nov
07

Upcoming event features Susan Arbetter

The elections are behind us. So what does it all mean? Susan Arbetter, the popular host of The Capitol Pressroom, sorts it out with Investigative Post Editor Jim Heaney this coming Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the Burchfield Penney Art Center. There’s lots to consider. Female candidates did quite well. Democrats have gained control of the state Senate, along with […]

Oct
05

iPost adds Nicholas to its board

George Nicholas, senior pastor of Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church, has joined Investigative Post’s board of directors. Nicholas is a member of the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo’s Racial Equity Roundtable, a convener of the Concerned Clergy Coalition of Western New York, and chair of the African American Health Disparities Task Force. “I really believe in investigative journalism and […]

Sep
06

McLeod joins iPost reporting staff

Marsha McLeod has joined Investigative Post on a reporting fellowship. McLeod graduated with honors in May from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where she was a fellow at the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism. This summer she worked as an investigative fellow at The Trace, a nonprofit based in New York City […]

Aug
06

Sara Jerving joins Investigative Post staff

Sara Jerving, who has reported from over a dozen countries and been published in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times, has joined the staff of Investigative Post. Jerving will primarily cover environmental issues. “I have long been passionate about environmental reporting and I’m excited to join Investigative Post, which has […]

Jun
05

Associated Press honors iPost reporting

Investigative Post’s reporting for television and radio has been cited for excellence by the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association. A story on Eighteen Mile Creek, reported by Dan Telvock and co-produced with WGRZ TV News, won second place in the investigative category for large upstate markets. Eighteen Mile Creek in Niagara County is […]

Apr
26

iPost elects Biehl board president

Investigative Post has added two members to its board of directors and elected Jody Kleinberg Biehl as president. Biehl, an original member of the board dating to 2012, will fulfill the balance of the term of David Cay Johnston, who resigned citing a daunting workload as a best-selling book author, lecturer and teacher. Johnston, a […]

Mar
29

Investigative Post recruiting to hire a reporter

Investigative Post is looking for a hard-nosed reporter to join its award-winning team. Based in Buffalo, Investigative Post has earned a reputation as one of the leading local nonprofit investigative reporting centers in the country. We do newspaper-quality investigative reporting and produce stories for print, online, television and radio. Our reporters are adept producing pieces […]