The tragedy in Surfside. The assassination of Haiti’s president. Anti-government protests in Cuba. Journalists at The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald (with help from the Washington Bureau and Real-Time Team) responded to three historic events that shook South Florida within less than a month – breaking news and telling the stories through the depth of our print and eEditions, the interactivity of our digital products and the massive reach of social media platforms.
These are only a few examples of tremendous work done by our newsrooms.
The Wichita Eagle exposed a crisis at the county’s emergency medical services, leading to the resignation of the director. The Fresno Bee reacted quickly to tell readers about another wildfire threatening homes and businesses. The Idaho Statesman chronicled the impact of the COVID-induced housing crisis on renters in Boise.
And across McClatchy, we answered readers’ questions – notably, about how to navigate the resurgence of COVID in many of our communities and the latest round of wildfires in California.
Read on for more of our extraordinary journalism.