Contributor through June 2013
Ryann Grochowski is an investigative reporter for inewsource.
Ryann focuses on politics, policy and campaign finance in her coverage. She uses data and statistics to bolster more traditional forms of reporting. She is a 2011 master’s graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, where she was a news editor at the Columbia Missourian and a data analyst for Investigative Reporters and Editors/National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting. While in graduate school, she spent time reporting on political issues for inewsource in Washington, D.C.
Ryann was formerly a city beat reporter at The Citizens’ Voice in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., where she was part of an award-winning team that covered judicial and governmental corruption in the area. She also moonlighted as a copy editor and page designer.
She is a Pennsylvania native and a graduate of King’s College in Wilkes-Barre.
Contact Ryann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent Stories by Ryann Grochowski
An inewsource and KPBS investigation found the U-T San Diego appears to have offered discounts to favored candidates and causes in last November’s election.
A new report shows “specialty pay” increased by 60 percent between 2000 and 2011 in 16 San Diego County cities.
The troubled San Diego Hospice did not report patient information to the state back in 2009 and 2010 - information that would have indicated how long hospice patients received care.
San Diego Hospice continues to care for 401 dying patients - despite being in bankruptcy court and winding down operations for good. But the care of those patients could be in jeopardy if the organization does not get an immediate two million dollar loan.
In the lawsuit, a former nurse for San Diego Hospice alleges executives encouraged employees to falsify records and admit patients, even if they didn't need care.
The county's largest hospice provider is moving to its Hillcrest facility to save money.
San Diego's Superior Court swears in three new judges today, including controversial attorney Gary Kreep.
Final campaign filings show candidates and super PACs focusing efforts on advertising.
With less than two weeks to go until the election, the latest campaign finance reports show accelerated fundraising and spending in city and congressional elections.
The chairman of the San Diego County Democratic Party alleged today that City Council candidate Ray Ellis violated campaign rules in his high-stakes race to unseat incumbent Sherri Lightner.