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Tammy Estwick

Sr. Video Journalist/Reporter

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Homeless people have tents set up
NewsySci/Health

How One Community Is Vaccinating The Homeless

Remnants after a tornado tore through Kentucky
NewsySci/Health

Kentucky Tornadoes: One Month Later

Front-end loader surrounded by debris
Stephanie Sandoval / NewsyU.S.

Tornado Cleanup Continues In Kentucky As Many Wait To Rebuild

Restaurants, bars and stores on Broadway in Nashville
Mark Humphrey / APEntertainment

Country Musicians In Nashville Use Technology To Survive The Pandemic

Holiday travelers in airport
Ted S. Warren / APU.S.

Experts Warn Holiday Travel Will Fuel Spread Of Omicron Variant

A consumer shops at a retail store
Nam Y. Huh / APU.S.

What To Do If Supply Chain Issues Are Derailing Your Holiday Shopping

Aerial view of tornado damage in Kentucky
John MoneSci/Health

President Biden Touring Tornado Damage In Kentucky

First Baptist Mayfield in Mayfield, Kentucky
NewsyU.S.

Kentucky Church Pushes Forward After Tornado

Tornado damage in Kentucky
Newsy / Stephanie SandovalSci/Health

Tornado Survivors Recount Experience In Kentucky

Tornado damage in Mayfield, Kentucky
NewsyU.S.

Mayfield, Kentucky Residents Sift Through Rubble For Lost Items

 Sci/Health

Hospitals Brace For Impact Of New Variant While Still Handling Delta

Christmas lights display
Tammy Estwick / NewsyU.S.

New Orleans Holiday Tradition Shines 1 Million Lights

A party bus in Nashville
NewsyU.S.

Nashville Party Buses Face New Regulations For Safety

Person uses TikTok app
Anjum Naveed / APTech

Viral Video Aims To Start Conversations On Race And 'White Guilt'

A house in rural Mississippi
NewsyPolitics

Rural America Sees Rise In Infant Mortality

A home built by Habitat for Humanity
NewsyU.S.

Habitat For Humanity: Rebuilding New Orleans After Katrina

Vehicles stranded in New York flood waters following Hurricane Ida.
Craig Ruttle / APSci/Health

More Americans Are Moving To High-Risk Climate Areas

A trailer lies on its side after Hurricane Ida
Newsy StaffSci/Health

Hurricane Ida, 1 Month Later

A patient and healthcare workers at Nashville General Hospital.
John Partipilo / APSci/Health

Questions From Nashville As COVID Numbers Break Records

Two people look at what remains of their hurricane destroyed business in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
John Locher / APU.S.

Ida Evacuees Face Unexpected Bills

A power company employee works on a line Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021, in Houma, La., in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
David J. Phillip / APSci/Health

After Hurricane Ida, New Orleans Could Be In The Dark For Weeks

Monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19
Joe Cavaretta / APSci/Health

Survey Indicates Black Patients Aren't Offered Antibody COVID Therapy

Searchers hunt for missing persons in Waverly, Tennessee.
Tammy Estwick / NewsyU.S.

Search Continues For Tennessee Flood Victims

People look through a home damaged by a flood
Mark Humphrey / APSci/Health

Rural Tennessee Community Works Together On Flood Recovery

A father helping his son with school work
NewsyU.S.

More Black Families Are Opting For Homeschooling

Registered traveling nurse walking during a night shift at a field hospital set up to handle a surge of COVID-19 patients
David Goldman / APSci/Health

Health Care Workers Are Exhausted Across Hospitals, Nursing Homes

Black Hawk helicopter drops recycled fir trees into the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge.
Tammy Estwick / NewsySci/Health

Recycled Christmas Trees In New Orleans Protect Wildlife And People