Dan Grossman

Dan Grossman

Dan Grossman

National Correspondent

Dan Grossman is a graduate of Syracuse University in New York, where he studied journalism. Before joining Scripps News as a national correspondent, Dan worked for television stations in Virginia, Arkansas, Colorado, and most recently, Florida. Dan’s life passion is to tell stories that emanate from an insatiable curiosity to learn more. Throughout his career, he has been introduced to some of the most resilient and remarkable people he has ever had the pleasure of meeting. From those in Vilonia and Mayflower, Arkansas, who lost their homes when an EF-4 tornado ripped through in 2014, killing 16 people; to the family of Mike Cimbura, a Colorado cyclist who was diagnosed with ALS. Before Cimbura’s eventual death, they built him a custom bike so he could ride in one last race with his friends. Dan has won a few awards for his reporting, but he says nothing compares to the connections he’s made with everyday people who are kind enough to welcome a reporter from New Jersey into their lives, if only for a few moments. When he’s not telling stories, he enjoys running, hiking, snowboarding, and traveling to places off the grid. He would love to hear from you. If you have a story idea or just want to say hi please feel free to email him at daniel.grossman@scripps.com.

Recent Work
Brian Johnson

Former convict overcoming the lack of reentry programs in the US

Doctor working on a computer.

Large corporations buying up primary care practices at rapid pace

Desks in a classroom

Are mental health days working in schools?

The Denver skyline

Downtowns struggling to recover three years after the pandemic began

Someone on the Tinder app on their phone

Are dating apps bad for your mental health?

A sign announces the availability of COVID testing

What will change when the COVID-19 public health emergency expires?

A state trooper vehicle passes a posted wanted sign for a mass shooting suspect

Here's how FBI manhunts work

Warning sign near gas pipeline

How a traumatic man-made disaster can impact a person's life forever

Monica Christiansen, far left, is pictured with her family

More states working to pay family members to care for their loved ones

Ethan Glynn during scuba diving training

Spinal cord injury patients find hope, independence through adventure

Students of Rangeview playing in the gym

Amid rising discrimination, students find ways to connect

Houses in a neighborhood

Investors are purchasing more single-family homes than ever

Flowers at the Holocaust Memorial

Artificial intelligence keeps the memory of Holocaust survivors alive

Don Roberto Jewelers exterior

Latino-owned businesses growing, but fighting for fair representation

Two people stand on stage.

Using improv comedy to gain new social and creative skills

Medical equipment in health care facility

Study: Black Americans adjust their behavior in health care settings

Snow plows sit in a dirt lot

Wacky winter playing out differently across the US

Station North Arts District in Baltimore, Maryland

The arts are revitalizing neighborhoods across the country

Group of caregivers meet at a bed and breakfast

Network of bed and breakfasts specializes in caring for caregivers

A person types on their cell phone

First-of-its-kind cyberpsychology course leads tech research

Meta's logo can be seen on a sign at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.,

Why has the tech industry had massive layoffs?

Members of the Dominion Derby Girls roller derby team

Why roller derby has become a beacon for female empowerment

Grand Sutton apartment tower

More high-income earners are choosing to rent rather than buy

Employee working at John Deere

How companies are capitalizing on recent wave of tech layoffs

Students in a classroom

Bullying is rising in schools. How are districts responding?

A soccer game is displayed on a screen.

The meteoric rise of legalized sports betting in the United States

Airport workers arrange rows of suitcases.

How AI technology is helping locate lost luggage faster

A dog being walked on a leash

The pandemic pet boom has allowed some dog walkers to make six figures

San Francisco police investigate vehicles at the scene of a two car vehicle crash that left two people dead

Department of Transportation announces $800 million for roadway safety

A well is shown.

How oil and gas drilling might affect your drinking water