“The Rebound” is a Scripps-wide initiative that provides audiences with important information, tools and resources as the country adjusts to life during the coronavirus pandemic. Below, explore coverage from Newsy and Stitcher; choose your local TV market; or view recent series highlights.
WXYZ reporter Ameera David took to Facebook to ask how the station could help newly eligible workers in metro Detroit file for unemployment. In response to the 200 comments she received, David talked to an unemployment policy expert to get some of their most pressing questions answered – from eligibility to how to file.
A local San Diego business owner will be able to keep his doors open after 10News aired his story. The business owner initially reached out to 10News after he was turned away in the first round of the federal Paycheck Protection Program. After the story aired, a local bank contacted the business owner and helped him access relief funds through the second round of program funding.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Tricia Haynes, also a professor at the University of Arizona’s College of Public Health, told KGUN9 about resources for parents to help their teens cope with isolation during the pandemic. Within the story, KGUN provides links to toolkits available for parents.
The coronavirus pandemic prompted an unprecedented shutdown of the U.S. economy. Newsy talks to experts who weigh in on handling credit card bills during the crisis.
Utah’s top musical acts are joining local newsmakers and celebrities in a special weekly broadcast to lift the spirits of the community during the coronavirus crisis. KSTU’s “The Rebound Living Room Concert Series” airs Friday nights at 9:30 p.m.
With help from leading epidemiology experts and top reporters, science TV personality Bill Nye has launched a three-month series of episodes of his popular Stitcher podcast, “Science Rules! with Bill Nye,” dedicated to explaining information surrounding the novel coronavirus. Episodes examine questions ranging from “Why Your Anxiety is Normal” to “Shopping Safely” and “A Vaccine, Then What?”
The Scripps Washington Bureau and Newsy launched an investigation into auto insurers poised to reap big profits because of the reduction in insurance claims during the pandemic. The investigation has since lead to billions of dollars in excess profit returned to consumers, and has been credited by the Consumer Federation of America for bringing this consumer issue to light.