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Steven Gray opened Time Inc.’s Detroit Bureau as Correspondent in August 2009 after having been a Chicago-based reporter for TIME’s print and online editions since August 2007. His coverage included the 2008 presidential race, the economic crisis, the Midwestern floods, and a profile of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. He has appeared on National Public Radio and Fox News for TIME. Between 2004 and 2007 he was a Chicago-based reporter for The Wall Street Journal, and starting in 1998 he was a reporter for The Washington Post. His work has appeared in Fortune, People, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Times-Picayune, The Nation, and on Chicago Public Radio.

He was born in New Orleans and graduated from Howard University, where he was editor-in-chief of the student newspaper, The Hilltop. He was a graduate student at the University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies. In 2007, he became a Poynter Institute Ethics Fellow, and in 2009 he was a fellow at the University of California at Berkeley’s Knight Digital Media Center. In addition, he helps direct Time Inc.’s High School Journalism Project.


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August 6, 2010

Will Philanthropists Gamble on Detroit's Schools?

August 5, 2010

Letter from Detroit: Where's the Urban President?

July 4, 2010

Detroit's Natural Resource

July 3, 2010

Detroit: 10 Things to Do in 24 Hours

June 24, 2010

A City With No Parks?

June 23, 2010

The Kilpatrick Saga, Next Chapter

June 23, 2010

Car Wars: Hope for Detroit?

June 21, 2010

Higher Learning: Marijuana Colleges

June 21, 2010

How to Shrink a City

May 25, 2010

The Sentencing of Kwame Kilpatrick

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