Sarah Harris | Texas Public Radio

Sarah Harris

Based in upstate New York, Sarah Harris reports on military and veterans issues in the area around Fort Drum. She's worked in a variety of roles at North Country Public Radio,  first covering the Champlain Valley in Vermont and New York, and now covering St. Lawrence County. Sarah's work has aired nationally on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Here & Now, and other programs. Her writing has been published in The American Prospect and Slate. She reported on cement production in Chanute, Kansas through the Middlebury Fellowship in Environmental Journalism and contributed to the award-winning NPR/Center for Public Integrity collaborative series "Poisoned Places." Sarah taught the first session of the Transom Story Workshop in fall 2011. She lives with her partner Joe, a cat named Louie, and soon, two llamas.

The VA has opened more call centers and hired hundreds of additional responders after complaints that some callers experienced long hold times or were sent to voicemail.

When military families move, the careers of service members' spouses may grind to a halt because they lack a professional license in their new state.

Under the Trump administration, the military is shifting its strategy back towards more traditional warfare.

When veterans with war injuries need accessible housing, they often have few options.

A workshop in New York uses creative writing and Shakespearean monologues to help veterans heal.