On this week's edition of A-TV News, a man was shot by a local sheriff deputy we'll tell you what details police are releasing, Epipen prices are on the rise and the Zika virus is in decline see what is changing in the world of medicine, and we take a look at the things that keep Logan sweet and strange. All these stories on this Fall 2016 edition of A-TV News.

Producer: Brock Damjanovich


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“In an era in which attention spans are short, it is going to be hard because you’re going to have to figure out ways to make it more entertaining, and you’re going to have to be more creative, not less. Because if you just do great reporting and nobody reads it, that doesn’t do anybody any good, either.” 

—Barack Obama, addressing annual gathering of Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting,  Obama’s speech on press, politics at Syracuse University event,” 2016

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JCOM Welcomes a New Department Head

Jun 16, 2016

Kim Hixson was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His background consists of working in media, industry, government and education. Read More

French photojournalist discusses her exploration of capital punishment in the United States

Apr 27, 2016

There are no rich people on death row. That was one of the first things photojournalist Caroline Planque noticed in 2005 when she began visiting prisoners condemned to die by lethal injection in Texas. Read More

Non-traditional student becomes first Media Scholar at Utah State University

Apr 27, 2016

This wasn’t Melissa Allison’s first try at college. It wasn’t her second. And as she neared her 50th birthday — with four children at home and a bevy of personal challenges to overcome — Allison wasn’t certain she’d make it to graduation on her third try, either. Read More

Region 9 Mark of Excellence Awards winners announced in New Mexico

Apr 20, 2016

The Society of Professional Journalists recognizes the 2015 Mark of Excellence Awards winners from Region 9. The MOE Awards honor the best of collegiate journalism from a calendar year. Read More

French photographer to discuss her journey into the heart of American capital punishment

Apr 12, 2016

LOGAN, Utah — A French photographer who has spent several years documenting the people whose lives and livelihoods are centered around the ceaseless churn of executions in Texas will be the second Morris Media & Society lecturer of 2016. Read More

Utah State students study crisis communication at Westminster conference

Apr 11, 2016

Nine students from Utah State University’s Department of Journalism and Communication gathered with college students from around the region this week to discuss international problems and potential solutions. Read More

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