Brett Dahlberg appears in the following:
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
The town has become an unlikely test case for President Biden's immigration policy. Alma's city commission will vote on whether to approve a shelter for unaccompanied minors seeking asylum.
Monday, September 06, 2021
Some of the traditionally coldest states in the country are reckoning with increasingly hot summers. Splash pads are popping up across to help cool these residents coping with climate change.
Friday, May 14, 2021
Struggling to keep up with a COVID-19 surge in Michigan, overwhelmed local health departments turned to schools, and recruited principals and teachers as supplemental contact tracers.
Wednesday, May 05, 2021
With most Michigan schools back to in-person learning, the state is seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases. Health departments are turning to an unlikely new crew of contact tracers: school principals.
Sunday, December 27, 2020
The coronavirus is spreading so fast that cases are outpacing the contact-tracing capacities of some local health departments. Some have asked people who test positive to do their own contact tracing.
Friday, December 25, 2020
Local health departments that can't keep up with the rapid spread of the coronavirus are having to adapt. Some Michigan counties are asking people who test positive to do their own contact tracing.
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Daniel Prude's family knew he was having a psychiatric crisis and needed care. A few hours after his release from Strong Memorial Hospital, an encounter with police proved fatal.
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Hours before his fatal encounter with police in Rochester, Daniel Prude was taken to the hospital, but he was discharged quickly. Now, multiple investigations are under way to figure out why.
Monday, June 29, 2020
Until recently, New York was the epicenter of the nation's coronavirus crisis. The state locked down hard and now has numbers many other states might envy.
Saturday, June 20, 2020
As cities weather the first blasts of excessive summer heat, officials weigh the benefits of opening cooling centers and spray parks against the risks of letting people gather in public spaces.
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
The disease first identified in China in late 2019 was previously called "2019-nCoV."
Saturday, February 08, 2020
To avoid giving offense or creating stigma, the WHO guidelines recommend against naming new pathogens — the emerging coronavirus, for instance — after people, places, ethnic groups, animals or foods.
Monday, July 22, 2019
A large part of the country has been hit with a punishing heat wave. A visit to a suburban parking lot shows more vegetation would help metropolitan areas stay cooler.
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Intersection art makes streets more inviting and can remind motorists to respect crosswalks and bike lanes. But the federal government says the designs can also be distracting.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Brian Wansink made a name for himself producing pithy, palatable studies that connected people's eating habits with cues from their environment. His data manipulation now serves as a cautionary tale.
Friday, August 04, 2017
NYC Well has received thousands more calls than planners anticipated. First Lady Chirlane McCray says that shows the program is meeting an important need.
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
An Afghan-American artist installs phone booths in Times Square — no quarters needed — to bring the stories of New York City's immigrants to listeners.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Britney Espinoza, 11, asked City Councilman Carlos Menchaca if she could have a turn at the podium, and he said yes.
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Statues throughout New York City are coming to life and telling their stories through a simple phone call.