Investigations

Exposés, reports
and analysis.

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Muckraking blog
by Jim Heaney

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Environmental blog
by Dan Telvock

Tom Toles

Editorial cartoons
and commentary

Jan
30

Telvock discusses Wheatfield landfill on WBFO

Investigative Post’s environmental reporter Dan Telvock joins Press Pass this week to discuss the latest developments in the state’s investigation of  a toxic landfill in Wheatfield.    

Nov
07

Keith talks 43North on WBFO

Investigative Post reporter Charlotte Keith discusses her recent story on the state-funded 43North business plan competition on WBFO’s Press Pass.

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Oct
19

Sarah Cohen talks journalism on WBFO

Pulitzer Prize winner Sarah Cohen, late of The New York Times, talks with WBFO about investigative reporting. Cohen, now a Knight chair in data journalism at Arizona State University, is keynote speaker at tonight’s benefit dinner hosted by Investigative Post.    

Oct
04

Entrepreneurs take state grants and flee WNY

Cory Rosenfield knew the deal: in exchange for up to a $1 million state investment in his fledgling company, he would have to move the business to Buffalo for at least a year – and hopefully much longer. So, when he made his pitch to the judges of the 43North competition two years ago, he […]

Sep
29

Porat talks police abuse on Press Pass

Investigative Post reporter Daniela Porat discuss her recent story on police misconduct on WBFO’s Press Pass.    

Sep
20

Buffalo police who cross the line

Mayor Byron Brown established the Strike Force and Housing units to address the scourge of gangs, drugs and guns in Buffalo. While few argue with the mission of these police units, the way they go about their job is raising alarm, with some defense attorneys characterizing Strike Force and Housing Unit officers as “vigilantes” with […]

Aug
15

Keith talks MetroRail extension on WBFO

Investigative Post reporter Charlotte Keith discusses her recent story on the obstacles facing the proposed extension to Buffalo’s MetroRail. Keith found that the extension would require heavy lifting from local officials, as well as zoning changes that could prove controversial, in order to create the anticipated economic benefits. She spoke about her reporting with Jay […]

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Jul
12

Hurdles ahead for Metro Rail extension

An extension of Buffalo’s light rail system to Amherst is as close as it’s ever been – which still isn’t very close. The plan gained momentum when Gov. Cuomo threw his support behind it in his State of the State earlier this year, as part of the second phase of the Buffalo Billion initiative. Still, […]