Kenny Malone is a reporter for Only Human. He joins WNYC from WLRN-Miami Herald News where he dug into everything from abuse at Florida's assisted living facilities to express lane fatalities to a mysterious "ñ
" that showed up in Jim Larrañaga's name when he became head basketball coach at the University of Miami. Malone's stories have won the National Edward R. Murrow Award for Use of Sound, the National Headliner Award, the Scripps Howard Award and the Bronze Third Coast Festival Award. He studied mathematics at Xavier University in Cincinnati and proudly hails from Meadville, Penn., where the zipper was invented.
Kenny Malone appears in the following:
Friday, November 04, 2016
This election certainly feels stressful. But we wanted to find out what this election is actually doing to us — biologically. So we teamed up with scientists to run our own experiment.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
You’ve heard of "spitting mad," right? How about "spitting anxious?"
Thursday, June 02, 2016
Do millennials talk about mental illness differently than their parents?
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Telling your parents you have mental health issues can be tough, even if you are a trained psychotherapist. Add in another culture and there's even more room for apprehension and misunderstanding.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
In part one of our mental health and generation gaps series, a young Pakistani American tells her mother about her depression for the very first time.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
A young woman with diabetes hacks her insulin pump and takes DIY medicine to a new level. But could she find herself in trouble with the federal government?
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
In the early 1900s a fitness guru named Bernarr Macfadden discovered what he believed was a treatment for everything: fasting.
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Brooklyn's Susannah Mushatt Jones, formerly the oldest living person in the world, passed away yesterday at 116. We featured Ms. Jones in this story about supercentenarians living it up.
Monday, July 13, 2015
An by the Miami Herald raises questions about a Florida task force that busted a huge money-laundering ring. Did the unit help catch criminals, or just enrich two small law enforcement departments?
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Pro football players can earn tens of millions of dollars in a career. Some schools are now catering to current and former athletes to show them how best to manage their money after they stop playing.
Friday, June 27, 2014
Miami is one place in the country where dynamic congestion tolling has taken off. Those are special lanes where drivers can pay to avoid heavy traffic. They've been dubbed "Lexus lanes" by some.
Tuesday, September 03, 2013
South Florida-based Spirit Airlines is known for being cheap. It boasts "ultralow" base fares and then charges for items such as carry-on luggage or printing out your boarding pass at the airport.
That thrift carries over to Spirit's advertising. Even compared with other low-cost airlines, Spirit spends almost nothing on ...
Friday, June 01, 2012
The only trend in stadium beer is that prices go up, according to one industry watcher. Analysis by online financial website TheStreet.com found that Marlins Park has the most expens...
Monday, November 28, 2011
As states have closed down mental hospitals, they've struggled to find housing for the mentally ill. In Florida, assisted-living facilities have become the de facto solution.
It takes just a high school diploma and 26 hours of training to run one of Florida's mental health assisted-living facilities — that's lower ...