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
09

iPost seeking development officer

Interested in helping Investigative Post secure funding necessary to carry on its work? We’re seeking a development officer with a track record of building a strong donor and membership base. Job duties include: Prospecting and stewardship of major donors and corporate sponsors. Growing our small donor and membership base. Grant writing. Office administration. Coordinating efforts with […]

Jan
09

iPost event on Trump impact

Those fighting for social justice are understandably anxious on the cusp of Donald Trump’s inauguration as president. What’s in store and how should advocates of social justice respond? Investigative Post is hosting a panel discussion to consider those questions Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m., at Allen Street Hardware, 245 Allen Street. Editor Jim Heaney […]

Jan
01

Lead poisoning probe tops reader poll

Dan Telvock’s reporting on Buffalo’s slipshod methods for testing drinking water for lead was voted by readers as Investigative Post’s top story of 2016. Looking for lead (in all the wrong places) edged out an investigation by Charlotte Keith into the awarding of a Buffalo Billion contract whose dynamics that bore a striking resemblance to the […]

Dec
19

Double your donation to Investigative Post

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is matching donations of up to $1,000 made to Investigative Post through Jan. 19. Investigative Post is one of 57 nonprofit news organizations the Knight Foundation has selected to provide matching funds. “The desire for quality journalism and in-depth reporting is clear, as more and more people […]

Dec
14

Investigative Post’s top stories of 2016

It’s time to take stock of our reporting for 2016 – and it’s been quite a year for Investigative Post. Our reporting over the past two years involving the Buffalo Billion program triggered an investigation by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara that resulted in the indictment this fall of nine state officials and business executives, including […]

Sep
28

Bharara: Support investigative journalism

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara on Tuesday acknowledged the role reporters played in bringing possible corruption in the Buffalo Billion program to his attention and underscored the importance of investigative reporting in cleaning up state government. Bharara told an audience attending an event sponsored by City & State New York that he launched his probe after the problems […]

Sep
08

Honors for iPost’s Dan Telvock

Dan Telvock’s coverage of environmental issues – from lead poisoning in Buffalo to a toxic landfill in Wheatfield to water pollution at Gallagher Beach – has been recognized for excellence by the Society of Environmental Journalists. Telvock placed second among 36 entries for outstanding beat reporting in a small market. Here’s what the judge’s had […]

Aug
22

iPost adds reporter via NY Times

Investigative Post has added a third full-time reporter to its award-winning staff. Daniela Porat joins the staff after a seven-month stint at The New York Times, where she worked with the newspaper’s investigative and computer assisted reporting teams. Her reporting there included a front page story on gun violence in America. Prior to The Times, […]