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Jon Schuppe

Jon Schuppe is an enterprise reporter for NBC News, based in New York. 

Jon Schuppe is an enterprise reporter for NBC News, based in New York. 

Latest from Jon Schuppe

Fighting ‘the beast’: Inside the desperate quest to save Lahaina

As the Maui wildfires swept across Lahaina, firefighters faced near-death experiences with blinding smoke, car-melting heat and blazes that couldn’t be stopped.

The Maui wildfires are a mass casualty disaster. People are flying in to find their loved ones.

The list of the people still "not located" in the wake of the deadly Maui wildfires begins, in alphabetical order, with Fred Abad, Louise Abihai and Kristell Acacia.

Maui wildfire death toll, already highest in modern U.S. history, could surge

The windswept wildfires that scorched Maui last week were the deadliest in modern U.S. history.

‘A last resort’: Maui’s emergency management director repeatedly downplayed sirens, records show

Maui's emergency management director, Herman Andaya, called sirens "a last resort" in the years before the deadly Aug. 8 fire in Lahaina, records show.
105d ago

A Hawaii senior recounts his 'dumb luck' escape as Maui struggles to identify dead

Hawaii senior Sanford Hill calls his escape from death “dumb luck” after the Lahaina wildfire destroyed his assisted living facility, Hale Mahaolu Eono.

Survivors of Maui fires set up their own aid network as trust in government falters

A week after wildfires roared across Maui, residents distrustful of the government response are setting up their own aid distribution network.
116d ago

33 officer arrests in 3 years: Sheriff asks 'What are we doing wrong?'

The sheriff of Richmond County, Georgia, is trying to figure out why there have been so many officers charged with crimes — and how to curb the misconduct.
130d ago

In an ‘extraordinary’ move, Mississippi AG tries to overturn officer’s manslaughter conviction

Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch has taken the side of convicted former Jackson Police Officer Anthony Fox, who says he didn't kill George Robinson.

NYC subway using AI to track fare evasion

Surveillance software that uses artificial intelligence to spot people evading fares has been quietly rolled out to some of New York City’s subway stations and is poised to be introduced to more by the end of the year, according to public documents and government contracts obtained by NBC News.
152d ago

Mississippi Capitol Police changes rules on use of force after string of shootings

The Mississippi Capitol Police, which shot four people in Jackson last year, has issued new guidelines for when officers can use force against the public.
160d ago

Minnesota man charged with vehicular homicide in crash that killed 5 young Muslim women

A Minnesota man was charged Thursday with multiple counts of vehicular homicide after speeding into a car last week in Minneapolis and killing five young Muslim women.