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Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.

In this role, she is responsible for writing, producing, and delivering national newscasts airing during NPR's newsmagazines All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition. Occasionally she serves as a substitute host for Weekend All Things Considered, and Weekend Edition.

Before joining NPR in 1990, Coleman was a staff reporter and copy editor for the Washington Afro-American newspaper. She produced and hosted First Edition, an overnight news program at NPR's member station WAMU-FM in Washington, D.C.

Early in her career, Coleman worked in commercial radio as news and public affairs directors at stations in Phoenix and Tucson.

Coleman's work has been recognized by the Arizona Associated Press Awards for best radio newscast, editorial, and short feature. In 1983, she was nominated for Outstanding Young Woman of America.

Coleman earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Howard University. She studied law at Georgetown University Law Center.

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Beginning Of the End? Impeachment Trial Opens For Brazil's Dilma Rousseff. -- FARC Rebels, Colombian Government Sign Historic Peace Treaty. And here are more early headlines: At Least 241 Dead In Italian Earthquake. ( Wall Street Journal ) Report Says Syria Used Chlorine Gas Against Civilians. ( New York Times ) Teams Assess Quake Damage To Scores Of Myanmar Temples. ( AP ) La. Flooding Damage Found To Be Worse In One Parish. ( The Advocate )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Among La. Flood Victims, 'Depression Levels Are Really High'. -- Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake In Central Italy Reportedly Kills Dozens. And here are more early headlines: Turkey Sends Tanks, Fighter Jets Into Northern Syria. ( BBC ) Biden Visiting Turkey As Anti-ISIS Offensive Begins. ( VOA ) North Korea Test Fires New Ballistic Missile Into Sea Of Japan. ( CNN ) Deadly New Bombings In Thailand. ( Sydney Morning Herald ) Monsoons Trigger Deadly...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Louisiana Flooding Puts A Lot Of Rep. Grave's District Under Water. -- Florida's Zika Cases Weigh On Businesses, State And Local Officials. And here are more early headlines: Obama Heads For Baton Rouge To View Flood Damage, Recovery. ( CNN ) Trump Drops Planned Immigration Speech This Week. ( Denver Post ) Turkey Strikes ISIS Positions In Syria. ( BBC ) U.N. Still Demanding 2 Day Truce For Aleppo, Syria For Aid. ( Deutsche Welle ) Kerry, In Kenya,...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Suicide Bombing At Turkish Wedding Carried Out By Child, Pinned On ISIS. -- Rio Dances: Closing Ceremony For The 2016 Summer Olympics. And here are more early headlines: Housing Shortage In Baton Rouge After Devastating Louisiana Floods. ( The Advocate ) Suspected Mali Militant On Trial For Destroying Artifacts In Timbuktu. ( BBC ) NIH Official Warns Zika Could Develop In Flooded Louisiana. ( The Hill ) Wildfires Burning Out Of Control Near Spokane...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- FEMA Chief Craig Fugate Tours Louisiana Flooding. -- In Leak Of Democratic Emails, Questions About Russia's Role. And here are more early headlines: Report: U.S. Swimmer To Donate To Charity Following Fake Robbery Claim. ( ABC ) Report: Locally Acquired Zika Spreads To New Area In Florida. ( Miami Herald ) Russia Conducts Military Exercises In Crimea. ( RFE/RL ) Former Joint Chiefs Chair, Gen. John Vessey Jr., Dies. ( New York Times ) Doctors...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Car Bombs In Turkey Kill At Least 6, Wound More Than 200. -- 2 U.S. Swimmers Pulled Off Flight Home As Police Probe Robbery Claim. And here are more early headlines: Louisiana Flooding Toll Reaches 13. ( AP ) Painful Recovery Begins In Louisiana. ( New York Times ) Uncontained Southern California Wildfire Burns Rapidly. ( Las Vegas Review-Journal ) Several Fires Burning In Yellowstone National Park. ( Bozeman Daily Chronicle ) Rights Group Alleges...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Out-Of-Control Southern California Brushfire Forces 80,000 To Evacuate. -- Australia, Papua New Guinea Agree To Close Refugee Detention Camp. And here are more early headlines: In Surprise Move, Trump Changes Top Campaign Staffers. ( New York Times ) FBI Gives Some Clinton Email Probe Documents To Congress. ( Reuters ) Turkey Makes Space For Alleged Coup Plotters By Freeing Other Prisoners. ( AP ) Liz Cheney Wins Wyoming GOP Congressional Primary. ...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- 15 Guantanamo Bay Detainees Transferred To United Arab Emirates. -- Local Man Charged With Arson In California Wildfires. And here are more early headlines: Milwaukee Curfew For Teens Takes Effect, Calm Reported. ( NBC ) North Carolina Asks Supreme Court To Uphold Its Voter ID Law. ( Time ) Turkey Raids Companies Accused Of Backing Failed Coup. ( AP ) Relief Group Warns Yellow Fever Spreading In DR Congo. ( Belfast Telegraph ) Bangladesh Police...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Unprecedented Flooding Batters Louisiana; Rescue Efforts Underway. -- South African Woman Sentenced To 10 Years For Kidnapping Baby In 1997. And here are more early headlines: Second Night Of Unrest Reported In Milwaukee. ( Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ) Hundreds Evacuated Ahead Of California Wildfire. ( Sacramento Bee ) Russian Long Jumper Wins Olympic Appeal To Compete. ( New York Times ) Tight French Security During Catholic Pilgrimage To Lourdes....

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Series Of Deadly Bombings Hit Tourism-Heavy Areas In Thailand. -- 2 Resign From Panel Set Up To Rehab Panama's Financial System. And here are more early headlines: Dozens Of Republicans Ask RNC To Cut Spending On Trump. ( Politico ) Obama Administration Diverts Funds For Zika. ( New York Times ) Huge Fire At Louisiana Oil Refinery Put Out, No Injuries. ( Weather.com ) Michigan Plant Fire Coming Under Control. ( Port Huron Times Herald ) Polio Cases...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Despite Campaign Stumbles By Their Candidate, Trump Fans Remain Loyal. -- Ecuador Says Swedish Prosecutors To Question Assange 'In The Coming Weeks'. -- Russia Accuses Ukraine Of 'Terrorist' Attack In Crimea. And here are more early headlines: Clinton to Deliver Economic Speech In Michigan Today. ( Washington Post ) Canadian Police Kill Suspected ISIS Sympathizer In Ontario. ( CBC ) Germany To Review Security Proposals, Including Burka Ban. ( BBC )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Trump Campaign Says 'Dishonest Media' Misinterpreted His Second Amendment Comment. -- Fire In Baghdad Maternity Ward Kills At Least 12 Newborns. And here are more early headlines: House Speaker Ryan Wins Primary In Landslide. ( Wisconsin State Journal ) Car Hits Man, Gunfire Breaks Out At Ferguson Vigil. ( St. Louis Post-Dispatch ) Shocking Abuse Reported In Australia's Refugee Detention Facility. ( Guardian ) Brazil's Senate Votes To Support...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Erdogan, Putin Meet After Months Of Tension Between Turkey And Russia. -- Trump Adviser Says One Of The GOP Nominee's Signature Plans Is 'Not Workable'. -- Crowd Boos Russian Swimmer Caught Up In Doping Scandal. And here are more early headlines: 50 Former GOP Security Officials Sign Letter Critical Of Trump. ( U.S. News & World Report ) Speaker Ryan Faces Challenger In Primary Today. ( AP ) Delta Airlines Still Getting Back To Normal After...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Suicide Bombing At Hospital In Pakistan Kills More Than 60. -- Delta Flights Grounded Due To Worldwide System Outage. -- In a Rare Speech, Japan's Emperor Hints At Abdicating. And here are more early headlines: American, Australian Reported Kidnapped In Afghanistan. ( VOA ) At Least 40 Dead In Eastern Mexico From Tropical Storm Earl. ( CNN ) Tropical Storm Javier Threatens Western Mexico. ( NHC ) Deadly Storm Kills 21 In Macedonia, Hundreds...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- LISTEN: Eyewitness Accounts Of Bastille Day Attack In Nice, France. -- 'Diving For Their Lives': Terror Along French Riviera Kills At Least 84. -- The Driving Life And Death Of Philando Castile. And here are more early headlines: Tension In Obama Town Hall Meeting On Race And Police. ( USA Today ) Minnesota Man Killed By Police Laid To Rest. ( Minneapolis Star-Tribune ) Funeral Today For Louisiana Man Killed By Police. ( The Advocate ) Kerry Meets...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- St. Paul Mayor Attends White House Meeting About Police, Community. -- Senate Approves Carla Hayden As New Librarian Of Congress. And here are more early headlines: Public Funeral Today For Black Minnesota Man Killed By Police. ( Star-Tribune ) Closing Arguments Today In Latest Baltimore Police Officer Trial. ( WBAL ) Pentagon Says Taliban Mastermind Killed In Afghan Bombing. ( USA Today ) Powerful Storms Strike Missouri, Illinois. ( Weather.com )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Chinese Official On Tribunal Ruling: 'It's Nothing But A Scrap Of Paper'. -- In Baton Rouge, 3 Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Guns To Kill Police Officers. And here are more early headlines: Tornadoes Hit Minnesota, Wisconsin. ( Weather.com ) Japanese Emperor Hints He'll Abdicate Soon. ( NHK ) At Least 27 Dead In Italy Commuter Train Crash. ( BBC ) Candidates For U.N. Secretary General Hold Debate. ( Reuters ) Judge To Decide On Release Of Trump...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Beijing's Claims To South China Sea Are Invalid, International Tribunal Says. -- Sanders And Clinton To Campaign Together In Portsmouth, New Hampshire. And here are more early headlines: Attorney General Lynch To Testify Before House Panel Today. ( Roll Call ) Report Finds San Francisco Police Disproportionately Stop African Americans. ( New York Times ) Venezuela To Seize U.S. Plant Closing Because Of Economic Crisis. ( Guardian ) Escalating...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Religious Leaders Address Dallas Ambush During Sunday Services. -- Theresa May Poised To Become Britain's Next Prime Minister. And here are more early headlines: Deadly Violence Increases In South Sudan. ( NBC ) U.S. Defense Secretary In Iraq On Unannounced Visit. ( Reuters ) Islamist Militants Attack Somali Military Base. ( VOA ) U.S. Transfers Guantanamo Inmate To Italy. ( Newsweek ) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Suffers Leg Burns On Vacation. ( KPRC )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Dallas Police Officers Killed By Snipers: What We Know Friday. -- U.S. Economy Adds 287,000 Jobs In June, Exceeding Expectations. -- 'We're Hurting', Dallas Police Chief David Brown Says. And here are more early headlines: Despite Brexit, Obama Expects UK To Partner Closely In NATO Matters. ( BBC ) Kansas Tornado Damages Nursing Home; No Injuries Reported. ( KWCH ) South Korea To Deploy Anti-Missile Shields. ( Yonhap ) Suicide Attack At Iraqi...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Police Stop Ends In Black Man's Death; Aftermath Is Live-Streamed On Facebook. -- Even In Rich Countries, Jobs Have Returned Only At A 'Painful' Pace. -- Brexit Bargains Abound As Loans And Gas Get Cheaper. Is That Good For Us? And here are more early headlines: Alleged Police Brutality Complaints Surface In Baton Rouge. ( NOLA ) One Charge Dropped Against Baltimore Police Officer On Trial. ( Baltimore Sun ) Ryan Wants Clinton Blocked From...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Video Of Baton Rouge Man's Fatal Encounter With Police Sparks Protests. -- Soccer Star Lionel Messi Sentenced To 21-Month Jail Term For Tax Fraud. -- Oscar Pistorius Gets 6-Year Prison Sentence In Girlfriend's Murder. And here are more early stories: Severe Thunderstorms Possible In Northern Plains, Portions Of South. ( NWS ) Panel Recommends Overhauling Veterans' Care, Using Private Care. ( Wall Street Journal ) Federal Judge Blocks Kansas From...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Proceedings To Begin For 4th Baltimore Officer Charged In Freddie Gray's Death. -- Should PBS Have Shown Old Fireworks Footage In Its July 4th Show? And here are more early headlines: Trump, Clinton (Joined By Obama) To Campaign In North Carolina. ( WCNC ) Heat Advisories For Central, Southern Plains. ( National Weather Service ) U.K. Conservative Party Holding 1st Ballot For New Leader. ( Guardian ) Very Slow Ballot Counting In Australia Leaves...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Lynch Will Accept Recommendations Of Lawyers, Agents, On Clinton Email Probe. -- Judge Blocks Mississippi Law Protecting Religious Objections To Gay Marriage. And here are more early stories: Controversial Indiana Abortion Law Partly Blocked In Indiana. ( UPI ) Federal Judge Blocks Parts Of Florida Abortion Law. ( Miami Herald ) Obama Signs Puerto Rico Debt Relief Package. ( Washington Post ) Austria's Highest Court Orders Re-Do Of Presidential...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Boris Johnson Says He Won't Run For Prime Minister. -- Taliban-Claimed Attack On Afghan Police Trainees Kills Dozens, Reports Say. -- Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Bill Clinton Met Amid Email Investigation. And here are more early headlines: Turkey Identifies Nationalities Of Istanbul Airport Attackers. ( Reuters ) Obama, Mexican, Canadian Leaders Wrap Up Summit, Discuss Trade. ( Canadian Press ) Puerto Rico Financial Rescue Package Passes...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Istanbul International Airport Open Again After Attack Kills 41. -- Industry Finds Receptive Doctors At For-Profit, Southern Hospitals. And here are more early headlines: E.U. Leaders Hold First Meeting Without U.K. Since Brexit. ( Wall Street Journal ) Obama, Canadian, Mexican Leaders Hold Summit In Ottawa. ( Reuters ) More West Virginia Counties Declared Federal Disaster Areas. ( WVA Public Broadcasting ) Senate To Take Up Procedural Vote On...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Money, Hate And Hard Feelings: Brexit Fallout Continues In U.K., Europe. -- Pat Summitt, Legendary Tennessee Basketball Coach, Dies At 64. -- Ancient Shipwreck Off Greek Island Yields A Different Sort Of Treasure. And here are more early headlines: Cameron To Meet E.U. Leaders In Brussels Today. ( USA Today ) Drenching New Rains Coming To West Virginia. ( Washington Post ) Trump Campaigning In Ohio Today. ( WTOV ) Clinton To Visit Tech-Ed Startup...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Federal Judge Strikes Down Obama Administration's Fracking Rules. -- North Korea Test Fires Two Missiles, And One Isn't Deemed A Failure. -- Inside Trump's Closed-Door Meeting Held To Reassure 'The Evangelicals'. And here are more early headlines: Desert Southwest, Southern California Still In Excessive Heat. ( NWS ) Speaker Ryan To Present Health Plan To Rival Obamacare. ( Reuters ) Mich. Attorney General To Announce Lawsuit In Flint Water Case. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Senate Rejects 4 Gun Proposals Inspired By Orlando Attack. -- Trump's Fundraising Lags Far Behind Clinton's. And here are more early headlines: Deadly Heat Wave Grips U.S. Southwest. ( VOA ) Prosecutors Allege Man Wanted To Kill Trump, Grabbed Officer's Gun. ( CNN ) Olympic Officials Review Doping Claims Against Russia . ( AFP ) Australian Paralympic Athlete Mugged In Rio. ( ABC Online ) Venezuelan Opposition Begins Presidential Recall Effort. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Both Flight Recorders From EgyptAir Crash Now Recovered, Officials Say. -- Dozens Of U.S. Diplomats Call For Military Pressure On Syria's Assad Regime. -- U.S. Economic Recovery Looks Good Compared With Sluggish Europe, Asia. And here are more early headlines: Dangerous Heat To Settle On U.S. Southwest. ( USA Today ) Southern California Fire Surges, Forcing Evacuations. ( Los Angeles Times ) Violent Food Protests Expand In Venezuela. ( Independent ...

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