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As Gun Sales Spike in Colorado Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak, Experts Worry about Suicide Risk
An emergency room physician and a gun shop owner, who advocate together for suicide prevention, say they are concerned a recent increase in gun sales in Colorado could leave more people at risk for suicide.
April 17, 2020
WATCH: COVID-19 In Southern New Mexico
A conversation with a reporter who has been covering the COVID-19 public health crisis in some of Southern New Mexico’s smaller towns.
New Mexico PBS
April 17, 2020
Two Washingtons. Two Very Different Coronavirus Responses.
Our new podcast episode explores what the feud between Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee and President Donald Trump reveals about broader state-federal tensions in the COVID-19 fight.
April 17, 2020
“We’ve Got to Double Our Efforts”: WA Gov. Inslee Warns Against Reopening Too Early
“The most dangerous element in my state today is the virus of complacency,” Gov. Jay Inslee told FRONTLINE. “We have to be just as diligent for the next several weeks as we were in the last several.”
April 17, 2020
Covering Coronavirus: A Tale of Two Washingtons
What the feud between President Trump and Washington Gov. Inslee reveals about federal-state tensions in the coronavirus fight.
April 17, 2020
Experts: Oklahoma, Among the Unhealthiest States, Faces Heightened Risks for COVID-19
Health experts caution that COVID-19’s impact on Oklahoma could be especially severe because of its well-documented and notorious status as one of the unhealthiest states in the country.
Oklahoma Watch
April 16, 2020
In Oklahoma, Signs Emerge of Growing Family Violence at Home
Family violence is escalating in parts of Oklahoma as the stress of the pandemic mounts. Weeks of isolation, financial strain and fear are heightening tensions, and some agencies say they have seen the effects.
Oklahoma Watch
April 13, 2020
'Voter Suppression At Its Finest': Wisconsin Citizens Say Missing Ballots, Lines and Coronavirus Kept Them from Being Counted in Election
A picture emerged of voters disappointed, angry and confused about how the election played out in a state that has long prided itself on taking voting seriously.
April 13, 2020
A Florida Woman Died from the Coronavirus. Then Paramedics Found Her Neighbor.
Even before Sheila Remley succumbed to COVID-19, word of her infection spread quickly around her 55-plus community in Largo.
Tampa Bay Times
April 11, 2020