MJ Slaby covers education at the Knoxville News Sentinel, a beat she also tackled at The Herald-Times in Bloomington, Ind.; and the Lafayette (Ind.) Journal & Courier.
She extensively reported on a sexual assault lawsuit against the University of Tennessee, uncovering calls between the UT football coach and Knoxville police chief on the day two players were accused of rape and the $3 million settlement cost for the university.
The Indiana University alumna has also covered crime, features, general assignments, health, and arts and entertainment.
Tell us who should make the Top Two by 10 a.m. Monday, March 27.
State lawmakers listened to more than three hours of testimony this morning. We wrote this so you don’t have to.
“Usual aggressive [human] drivers” have made us wary of law-abiding self-driving cars.
She simply took his advice.
The Saturday Q&A lasted more than two hours.
Pittsburgh Airbnb hosts made more than $6 million in 2016 — but are they all paying the county hotel tax?
Allowing booking agents like Airbnb to collect the taxes “hasn’t proven as effective as we thought it would be,” the county said.
Tell us who should make the Final Four by 10 a.m. Monday, March 20.
Have YOU been in a self-driving car?
You’re invited to celebrate this Who’s Next class at a party at Wigle Whiskey, sponsored by S&T Bank and Uber.
Pitt, UPMC’s mind-controlled robotic arm needs your vote to be named ‘best innovation in science and medicine’
You have until Thursday to vote in this round of the #StatMadness bracket.
The Department of Justice Civil Rights Division received 31 calls and messages from local voters Nov. 8.
Green beer! Green Cosmos! Kegs ’n’ eggs! Open containers in Market Square! More green beer!
Which fire hall fish is king? Hand-dipped and beer-battered — or hand-breaded.
The collaboration is more than a year in the making.
You don’t have to be an artist to be part of this display.
Which of these 32 churches, fire halls and restaurants should make the Sweet Sixteen?
You could be next to one of their self-driving SUVs and not even know it.
A human might not have to be behind the wheel of a self-driving car anymore, per this proposed Pa. bill
And other takeaways from the legislation introduced by 10 senators on Friday
Turns out a lot of people had the same predicament as Jim Wrubel.
The district isn’t going to change its policy.