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David Hasemyer

David Hasemyer is a freelance journalist whose career includes an award-winning tenure at the San Diego Union-Tribune as an investigative reporter.  His work has been recognized by the Associated Press, the Society for Professional Journalists, the Society of American Business Editors and Writers and the California Newspaper Publishers Association. He has also been a finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award.

Among the articles Hasemyer researched and wrote for the Union-Tribune was a series about a 10-million ton pile of nuclear waste, a remnant of the uranium-mining boom in the 1950s and '60s that threatened the Colorado River. Those stories have been widely credited as critical to the U. S. Department of Energy's decision in 2000 to move the pile away from the river. Hasemyer graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism.

Articles

Congressman Widens Inquiry Into Fracking Waste in Northeast and Midwest

Dec 10 , 2014
Pennsylvania’s Cartwright wants to know about safety measures in neighboring Ohio and West Virginia.

Documents Tell the Story: Texas Oil Industry Inspectors Fired for Enforcing the Rules

Dec 9 , 2014
The dismissals of two Railroad Commission inspectors help tell the story of oil and gas regulation in Texas.

It's David vs. Two Goliaths in Texas Fracking Fight

Nov 23 , 2014
'The question that has to be resolved is where does the regulatory power rest?'

Hazards of Open Pits for Storing Wastewater From Fracking Is Focus of New Study

Nov 20 , 2014
In 2013, industry produced 8 billion gallons of oil in California and 130 billion gallons of wastewater, according to the report.

California Drought and Climate Fears Spur Approval of Prop. 1

Nov 10 , 2014
The water crisis bond that was approved last week could be a model for other states needing to plan for drought and other climate impacts.

First Air Monitor in Heart of Texas Fracking Boom Gets Delayed

Nov 4 , 2014
The spot proposed for the 40-foot-by-40-foot monitor would have spoiled the view of a courthouse and is being relocated.

After 18 Years, Swan Song for the Deep Blue Democrat of the Texas Legislature

Oct 27 , 2014
'I have a responsibility to investigate the failures of our state regulatory agencies,' says Rep. Lon Burnam, an opponent of unbridled oil development.