Claire has previously worked at KGOU, where she helped create a podcast, How Curious, and hosted local news during Morning Edition. Previously, she was an intern on the city desk at WBEZ in Chicago. She holds a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School. Claire has reported on street performers, temp workers, criminal court cases, police dogs, Christmas tree recycling and more.
Claire went to college at the University of Virginia, where she majored in Comparative Literature and Spanish. She’s originally from Richmond, Virginia.
In the months since Roe v. Wade was overturned, training groups in North Carolina say they've seen an uptick in interest from people wanting to work as abortion doulas.
After the fall of Roe v. Wade, there's been more interest in the work of "abortion doulas," who offer advice and support to people having abortions. More people are training to take on this work.
In three North Carolina towns, the cancer rate is higher than what scientists would typically expect. Researchers are trying to figure out why, and so far there aren't any answers.
Update: 11:18 p.m.Republican Kevin Stitt has defeated Democrat Drew Edmondson and Libertarian Chris Powell to become Oklahoma's next governor. The Tulsa…