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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, […]


More honors for iPost’s Charlotte Keith

The New York Association of Black Journalists has selected Charlotte Keith’s story on employment practices at the construction of the $750 million SolarCity plant in Buffalo as the best online spot news story in its annual journalism competition. Keith has written a series of stories about the relative lack of minority workers in the Buffalo […]


Margaret Sullivan headlining iPost dinner

Investigative Post’s upcoming event season starts out with appearances by two prominent journalists, Margaret Sullivan of The Washington Post and Susan Arbetter of The Capitol Pressroom. Sullivan will be keynote speaker at Investigative Post’s inaugural benefit dinner Oct. 19 at the Hyatt Regency. Arbetter will discuss state politics and other issues Sept. 13 at the […]


Spree magazine honors Investigative Post

Journalists normally cringe at being lauded as activists, but Buffalo Spree magazine has bestowed such an honor on us and we’ll take it. Western New York’s monthly magazine announced its “Best Of” awards last week and Investigative Post was selected “Best Activist Group” in a vote of readers. Here’s what Spree has to say about […]


Recognition for iPost’s Charlotte Keith

Charlotte Keith has been selected as a finalist for the Livingston Awards for Young Journalists, which honors the work of journalists in nation under the age of 35. Keith, a 24-year-old reporter for Investigative Post, is one of 28 finalists for local reporting based on her story last summer on continuing problems within the Erie […]


iPost, WGRZ win prestigious Murrow award

A team project by Investigative Post and WGRZ broadcast last year about Buffalo’s failure to solve most of its murder cases has won the Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting. The project was selected as the best investigative work broadcast in small television markets in the New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey region by […]


Investigative Post seeking volunteers

Want to help Investigative Post? We’re seeking volunteers to assist our outreach and fundraising efforts. We are looking for individuals to update our database of donors and continue to build our mailing list of potential supporters. The work will involve research, including online search, and data entry. Part-time, flexible hours. If interested, please email Quinn […]


Investigation of landlord voted top story

Dan Telvock’s investigation into the checkered history of one of the city’s biggest landlords was voted Investigative Post’s best story of 2015 by readers in an online poll that concluded Friday. The story revealed that Greenleaf & Company, which is working with City Hall and Buffalo State officials to build off-campus student housing, has a history […]