Sarah Jane Tribble

Health reporter at WCPN, public radio for Northeast Ohio

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Sarah Jane Tribble’s stories on banking, technology, energy and health care have appeared in publications nationwide.  After working for years at legacy Knight Ridder newspapers, Tribble moved to Cleveland to join The Plain Dealer’s medical team. In 2013, she became the health reporter and producer for Cleveland’s National Public Radio affiliate. At WCPN 90.3/ideastream, Tribble’s current stories focus on the convergence of people, money and health.

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Despite 5 years of warnings, agricultural runoff into the water supply caused sickness and a ban on drinking water this weekend in Toledo, Ohio.  What happened to the Clean Water Act?

Behind the Curtain of Toledo’s Water Crisis

Despite 5 years of warnings, agricultural runoff into the water supply caused sickness and a ban on drinking water this weekend in Toledo, Ohio.  What happened to the Clean Water Act?

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