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Jacob Resneck left the Adirondacks to report in Alaska, central Asia and the Near East. Photo: Jacob Resneck
Jacob Resneck left the Adirondacks to report in Alaska, central Asia and the Near East. Photo: Jacob Resneck

From North Country reporter to foreign correspondent

Jacob Resneck was one of the most recognized faces in North Country journalism, covering stories for the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and North Country Public Radio.

But Resneck loved foreign travel and in 2009 he reinvented himself as a foreign correspondent. In the years since, he's covered some of the most high profile conflicts in the world, from the turmoil in Georgia to the civil war in Syria.

Resneck spoke recently with Adirondack bureau chief Brian Mann about his travels and where his reporting will take him next.  Go to full article
An increasingly militarized US-Canada border
An increasingly militarized US-Canada border

Emergency vehicles delayed at US-Canada border

For generations, American and Canadian ambulance and fire crews have rushed across the border to each other's aid in times of emergency. But local officials on both sides of the border say new Homeland Security rules are creating dangerous delays, slowing response times and threatening partnerships that formed over a century ago. Federal officials promise improvements, but new passport rules could make the situation even more complicated. Independent producer Jacob Resneck has this special report.  Go to full article

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