Water coverage: Toledo makes national headlinesWritten by James A. Molnar | The Gold Knight | firstname.lastname@example.org
From the front pages of Monday’s The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal to the stories on the evening news, Toledo’s water advisory made national headlines.
Print publications were not the only medium covering the Toledo water story.
Monday’s broadcast of “Nightly News with Brian Williams” found NBC’s Chief Environmental Affairs Correspondent Anne Thompson in a Toledo kitchen holding up a glass of water.
Watch the report here or below:
Cleveland radio station WCPN’s Nick Castele reported for National Public Radio (NPR) program “All Things Considered” Monday afternoon.
“Around the stadium where Toledo’s minor-league baseball team, the Mud Hens, play, restaurants were reopening after being closed this weekend because of the water ban,” he said. “One restaurant, Ye Olde Durty Bird, is now serving tap water.”
Listen to Castele’s full report: