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Erin Einhorn

Erin Einhorn is a national reporter for NBC News, based in Detroit. 

Erin Einhorn is a national reporter for NBC News, based in Detroit. 

Latest from Erin Einhorn

35d ago

As vaccinations drop, outreach workers hit the streets to change minds

Volunteers across the country are responding to people's fears, coaxing the hesitant and removing obstacles for those who want to get vaccinated.
46d ago

Schools are sending kids to virtual classes as punishment. Advocates say that could violate their rights.

“This is the new face of denial of access to public education,” one advocate said. “Now it’s just easier and covered under the guise of Covid protection."
57d ago

In Michigan, a record-breaking number of children have been hospitalized with Covid

Experts blame a more transmissible variant, which appears to be spreading faster among children and adults.

Dam safety advocates feel forgotten in Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan

“It’s one of those ticking time bombs that can really devastate a community,” said a Michigan woman who was rescued from a dam collapse last year.
105d ago

Detroit mayor OKs Johnson & Johnson vaccine after dissing it

'Johnson & Johnson is a very good vaccine, Moderna and Pfizer are the best,' Mike Duggan said earlier.
119d ago

Detroit's Covid vaccination queue is one of first to include people with ADHD, other disabilities

“It means people in the disability community were listened to," one expert said. “It has the potential to spark a really important change."
123d ago

Major storm pummels swaths of country with ice, snow, bitter cold

The storm, which has already caused power outages and a number of pileups, is expected to travel up the Northeast through Tuesday.
123d ago

Millions of Texans left shivering in arctic cold without power

"I was afraid of not making it through the night," said one Texan who lost power for most of Monday as temperatures dropped to single digits.
123d ago

Remote students are more stressed than their peers in the classroom, study shows

The study by NBC News and Challenge Success is one of the first to shed light on differences between students who are online-only and those in classrooms.
149d ago

Americans mark an unconventional inauguration as Biden ascends to presidency

People across the country found ways to celebrate in small groups or on Zoom, as the pandemic and concerns about violence altered traditional events.
154d ago

Ex-governor, 8 other former Michigan officials charged in Flint water crisis

Charges stem from "the largest criminal investigation in the history of the state of Michigan," the attorney general says.