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Steve Kiehl

Fellows Spring 2007
Baltimore Sun

Steve Kiehl is a features writer at the Baltimore Sun, where he has covered Hurricane Katrina, the DC-area sniper shootings and issues of immigration and violence along the Arizona-Mexico border. Since joining the paper in 2001, he has also covered the education and transportation beats. He previously worked at the Palm Beach Post, reporting on higher education and the disputed 2000 presidential election. He was part of The Sun team that was a finalist for the 2003 Pulitzer Prize in breaking news. He grew up in Maryland and received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Northwestern University.


  • No work here

    CERRO DE LAS TABLAS, Mexico -- The lemons in this rural village could have been sold in an American superstore. Instead, they fell to the earth and rotted before they could be...

  • As butterflies die, so goes a way of life

    Butterflies in Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve begin their northward migration in March by alighting from the trees and making their way toward the U.S. EL ROSARIO, Mexico -- The dead...

  • Their Turn

    Photo by Steve Kiehl About 8,000 Venezuelan Christians marched in downtown Caracas on Oct. 12 in the city's annual "Jesus March." As a Dec. 2 vote on a re-write of the country's constution nears, Venezuelan...

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