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.
Hear what they have to say at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Thursday.
They’re not in the races yet, but robots are one step closer to joining the fun.
The VaGenie, which turns Kegels into a game, takes top prize at the International Hardware Cup in Pittsburgh
AlphaLab Gear’s contest went global. But the winner’s from L.A.
Get some face time with Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto and John Welch ahead of the May 16 primary.
“The self-driving industry, lawmakers, and civic organizations need to work together to educate and inform the public about self-driving vehicles.”
Pittsburgh’s District 3 is diverse and complex, but full of reward for Council President Bruce Kraus
The councilmember loves the “neighborly” feel of representing his district.
Data nerds and map lovers take note.
The numbers behind the claim by the City Council president and neighborhood’s rep.
Come meet these leaders later this month at Studio AM.
Yes, it’s a gold fish trophy — and bragging rights are included.
Circus animals are still allowed in Pittsburgh, and that’s probably not going to change anytime soon
Advocacy group Humane Action Pittsburgh is meeting with the mayor’s staff today — the first day of the Shrine Circus at PPG Paints Arena.
This church dominated in each round of the bracket — but its competitor put up the toughest challenge in the Championship.
All the food and drinks you could want before Friday’s first pitch.
But don’t expect to see a draft just yet.
Public safety is a top priority for District 1’s Darlene Harris, whose district’s neighborhoods are ‘coming back’
Want to get involved in District 1? Contact Harris, who’s also running for mayor. “I can always find something for them to do.”
Read this. Eat fish. Vote by 10 a.m. Monday.
Download the app, challenge your friends and rescue food.
Our weather sucks.
We’re down to two, and you have until 10 a.m. Monday, April 3 to vote.
Don’t expect it to be a setback, experts say.