Miles Bryan

Phone: 307-766-5086

Email: pbryan@uwyo.edu

Miles previously worked at American Public Media’s Marketplace and National Public Radio’s Los Angeles bureau. His work has appeared on NPR’s Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, and on public radio stations across the Northwest. Miles grew up in Minneapolis. He moonlights as a rock guitarist.

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A proposed constitutional amendment that would drastically alter Pennsylvania's judicial system advanced in the State House on Wednesday. WHYY's Miles Bryan reports.

Matilda Wormwood

The pandemic has created a huge amount of demand for cleaning services. Now a new partnership is working to make sure that cleaning companies owned by people of color in Pennsylvania don't get left out of the boom. WHYY's Miles Bryan reports.

(Original air-date: 1/14/21)

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The violent mob that stormed the Capitol building on Jan. 6 caused a breaking point in U.S. politics, but the view likely looks different depending on who you voted for. WHYY's Miles Bryan talked to Trump and Biden voters across Pennsylvania about how they are processing this destructive moment in American history.

(Original air-date: 1/11/21)

Andy Feliciotti

A Lebanon County man was one of just 14 individuals arrested in Washington, D.C. last Wednesday for storming the nation's capital in an attempt to stop the election certification process. WHYY's Miles Bryant reports.

(Original air-date: 1/8/21)

Colin Watts

December was a surprisingly good month for Pennsylvania's tax collectors as the state collected nearly four billion dollars in general fund revenue. WHYY's Miles Bryan has more.

(Original air-date: 1/5/21)

Kimberly Paynter / WHYY

The new stimulus bill is giving Pennsylvania's independent venues their own shot in the arm. WHYY's Miles Bryan reports it's good news for an industry badly hurt by the pandemic.

(Original air-date: 12/30/20)

Colin Watts

A privately-funded forgivable loan program has become one of the longest lasting sources of coronavirus aid for Pennsylvania's small businesses. WHYY's Miles Bryan reports.

(Original air-date: 12/25/20)

Kimberly Paynter / WHYY

Pennsylvania's coronavirus vaccination plan calls for K-12 teachers and childcare staffers to be vaccinated in the same cohort. However, childcare centers have been in a much different position during the pandemic compared to much of the rest of the education sector, and many will need more financial support soon to survive until vaccines are widely available. WHYY's Miles Bryan reports.

(Original air-date: 12/21/20)

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A new study of Pennsylvania's state-funded pre-K program found it gives kids a significant boost in some core skills. WHYY's Miles Bryan has more.

(Original air-date: 12/17/20)

Emma Lee / WHYY

President Trump didn't win Pennsylvania in the presidential election, but he outperformed pretty much every poll, finding hundreds of thousands more votes than he did in 2016. That's raised one big question for state Republicans thinking about the senate and governor's race in 2022. WHYY's Miles Bryan reports.

(Original air-date: 12/3/20)

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