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Kris Vera-Phillips @ June 23, 2008 # No Comment Yet

In Washington D.C., I reported on the Illinois and Kentucky delegations. I produced stories on the 2005 Presidential Inauguration and the 2005 State of the Union.

In Chicago, I reported on politics, businesses and community events. I also produced and published business section for the Medill News Service web site.


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2005 State of the Union

Kris Vera-Phillips @ October 7, 2007 # No Comment Yet

Illinois Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky invited an Evanston man to join her at the State of the Unions. They are both determined to save Social Security from the changes proposed by President Bush. In Washington, Kris Vera tells us more about Charlie Hogan’s experience in the nation’s capitol. Aired on WYCC – Chicago 2/04/05 (Northwestern News […]


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A Nosey Detective

Kris Vera-Phillips @ October 2, 2007 # Comments Off on A Nosey Detective

A Nosey Detective Story by Kris Vera (March 4, 2005) Now we take a look at an unusual breed of detectives working for the Department of Homeland Security. At Dulles International Airport, Kris Vera introduces us to one of the nosiest inspectors. (aired on WYCC-Chicago on April 1, 2005, in the news magazine, “Medill Reports: […]


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Producer : Chicago & Washington D.C.

Kris Vera-Phillips @ February 24, 2007 # No Comment Yet

This is my online porfolio. It features shows I produced for the Medill News Service and the Northwestern News Network (2004-2005). Download the portfolio. 1. Northwestern News Report. Broadcasted on WYCC – Chicago on July 16, 2004. 2. Medill Reports: Movers and Shakers. Broadcasted on WYCC – Chicago April 1, 2005 3. Medill Reports – […]


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AIDS Rally in Washington D.C.

Kris Vera-Phillips @ November 18, 2006 # Comments Off on AIDS Rally in Washington D.C.

Kentucky students joined young people around the world in a global day of action to end AIDS. These local college students traveled to DC – demanding funding and support for AIDS treatment and prevention. Kris Vera follows the students in their efforts to make their voices heard. Filed on 2.28.05, for WKYT Lexington, KY.


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