Jeff Bossert

Morning Edition Host

Jeff Bossert comes to Radio IQ with over 20 years of reporting and hosting experience, primarily with NPR member stations, including WKNO in Memphis, and most recently, Illinois Public Media/WILL in Urbana, Illinois. A big advocate for professional development, Jeff served on the Illinois News Broadcasters Association Board of Directors.

An avid film buff, performer in church and community choirs, and die-hard Chicago Cubs fan, Jeff lives with his wife Kerry and fluffy cat Toby.

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An engineering firm in Lynchburg says the city’s College Lake Dam appears to be stable after heavy rains brought heavy flooding to the area Thursday night.

Jeff Bossert

Many college students may spend their summers taking odd jobs, or taking couple classes to meet requirements in areas like math or science. 

But for a few busy weeks, a handful of them at a private school in Roanoke County are solely focused on making a movie. 

Jeff Bossert

It’s been nine months since the rural southwest Virginia city of Stuart saw its only hospital close its doors.  The facility’s temporary owner is seeking a buyer.  In the meantime, local residents now face longer trips for care.

Mike Stevens, City of Salem

A Roanoke hospital has been involved in trauma education for a while.  But the increase in mass shootings and similar incidents that require quick medical attention have changed the mission a bit.

Julie Snyder, credit Kirsten Luce

The murder conviction of Adnan Syed nearly 20 years ago, and possible mistakes in the case, has been made famous through the podcast, ‘Serial.’

The investigative work by Julie Snyder and colleague Sarah Koenig brought about a new kind of on-demand journalism when it was launched in 2014. 

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