Corinne Boyer

Health Reporter, WEKU (Richmond, KY)

Corinne Boyer is the health reporter for the Ohio Valley ReSource. Previously, she covered western Kansas for the Kansas News Service at High Plains Public Radio. She received two Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards for her reporting on immigrant communities. Before living on the High Plains, Corinne was a newspaper reporter in Oregon. She earned her master’s degree in journalism from the University of Oregon and interned at KLCC, Eugene’s NPR affiliate. Corinne grew up near the South Carolina coast and is a graduate of the College of Charleston. She has also lived in New York City and South Korea. Corinne loves running, checking out stacks of books and spending time with her rescue cat, Priya.

Isolated communities face unique flooding challenges
The Ohio Valley is poised to become an abortion desert
Regional hospitals are dealing with a teen mental health crisis
Refugees, evacuees find homes and support in the Ohio Valley
Rural communities struggle as high gas prices linger
Inconsistent laws and tracking systems make it difficult to count intimate partner violence deaths in the Ohio Valley
Kentucky mental health professionals dealing with case overload after multiple disasters
Kentucky posts record number of COVID-19 cases and highest positivity rate as Omicron variant quickly spreads
Ohio Valley childhood obesity rates have increased putting kids at greater risk of severe COVID-19 illness
Rural COVID-19 ICU patients have ‘higher risk of dying’ says West Virginia University study