Vote for our top story of the year

Investigative Post invites readers to select our best story of 2020

Investigative Post has produced 220 stories and other pieces of content in 2020. Our work has ranged from in-depth investigations, follow-up stories and blog posts to podcasts and radio interviews. 

Our reporting this year covered topics ranging from misconduct by Buffalo police and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, to the health and economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, to assorted shenanigans at City Hall and the Western Regional Off Track Betting Corp. 

Those stories reached a large audience through our website and partners, starting with WGRZ and including WBFO, WBEN, The Capitol Pressroom and Buffalo Spree. This distribution network can reach an audience of up to 175,000 per story. Our work has reached a collective audience of 5 million readers, viewers and listeners this year.

As we do every year, we asked our readers to select our top story. Below are the results.

Excessive OTB spending

City Hall spending on police has skyrocketed

State stonewalling on IBM project

ICE mistreatment of detainees

Problem cop still on the police force

Schools struggle with distance learning

Hospitals hemorrhaging money

Police misconduct costing city millions

City Hall inertia on one-sided police contract

Delayed wi-fi project shortchanges students

You can only vote once. We’ll publish the results in early January. Please vote below.


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