It’s hard to imagine anything ever slowing Elizabeth Brackett. In her more than two decades of work for the PBS NewsHour, she braved earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and presidential campaigns. She never yawned. She always pushed for more — more…
By Merrill Schwerin
Brackett, who worked on and off as a midwest correspondent for the PBS NewsHour starting in 1984, died Sunday after a bicycle accident left her critically injured. She was 76.
By Patti Parson
So far in the first two months of this year, gun deaths in Chicago have already outpaced last year's explosive rate. Elizabeth Brackett of PBS member station WTTW explores the escalating public health crisis in Chicago due to the high…
Indiana's RV Industry Starts a Comeback Amid Uncertain Economy…
In a segment from the April 5, 1985 edition of the "MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour," correspondent Elizabeth Brackett examines Apple Computer, featuring co-founder and then-Chairman Steve Jobs.
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