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This ‘volunteer fire reporter’ is singlehandedly saving local news

Local news is, objectively speaking, dying. The shift away from broadcast TV to online media outlets, which are almost exclusively national, make it challenging for a local newspaper or TV station to stay afloat. Luckily, one brave and enterprising woman is making it her job to get you the news you need, when you need it, and no journalistic standards or norms are going to get in her way.
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