Tuft outside the Post-Dispatch in 2006 -- a year before being mugged.The other week we reported that Post-Dispatch investigative reporter Carolyn Tuft was leaving the paper after a rather stellar career exposing fraud and unjustness in government and other agencies.In a letter to the newspaper's ... More >>
Photo: Jennifer SilverbergTuft outside the Post-Dispatch in 2006.Veteran reporter Carolyn Tuft is stepping down from the Post-Dispatch.Daily RFT first got wind of Tuft's departure earlier this week. We've been unable to get in touch with Tuft, but today Post-Dispatch editor Arnie Robbins responde ... More >>
Week of October 19, 2006
Week of September 14, 2006
An embittered Post-Dispatch reporter says her editors hung her out to dry.
Labor troubles and amazing changing headlines at the P-D; plus the updates you've come to know and love -- and the opportunity to belt out some Gephardtian Christmas carols
Columnist is the first casualty of the P-D's exposé on the sheriff's department
Callow still feared despite backing another loser
The mayor answers critics by giving Green the boot
Slay's inaugural speech
You don't need a weatherbird to tell which way the wind is blowing
Published the week of June 14-20, 2000
Editor Cole Campbell has left in his dinghy, and the mutineers at the Post-Dispatch are jubilant. Now, the flagship is listing and the crew has no idea where it's headed.
In the Post-Dispatch's "Growing Up in St. Louis" series, no news was bad news; P-D reporter Carolyn Tuft gives Missourians another reason to be suspicious of Jayhawks