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John Mone

National Correspondent

John Mone has worked in television news for 20 years and was most recently at the Associated Press before joining Newsy as a national correspondent based in Houston. Over the last 15 years, he covered some of the biggest breaking news stories and events, including being among the first wave of media to arrive in Haiti after a catastrophic earthquake destroyed much of the capital city, Port-au-Prince, and Leogane. He’s covered the Olympics, World Cup, death of Michael Jackson, worst oil spill in U.S. history, and spent six months on the 2012 Romney presidential campaign. He's a multiple Murrow Award winner and mostly recently earned an Emmy for his coverage inside in a Houston hospital besieged by the first wave of COVID-19 in the Summer of 2020. He also had career stops in Providence, RI, Hartford, CT, and Fargo, ND. He's a graduate of Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism.

Recent Work
Exxon Mobil Billings Refinery sits in Billings, Montana
Matt Brown / APBusiness

Exxon reports record profits on heels of Chevron

A view of Houston, Texas
David J. Phillip / APBusiness

Texas bill would ban nationals from 4 countries from buying land

A protestor holding up a sign
Scripps NewsU.S.

Protests surge nationwide over drag shows

Yarianna Martinez, Jaime Avalos and their son
Scripps NewsPolitics

DACA recipient stranded in Mexico faces uncertain future

President Joe Biden walking with Border Security guards.
Andrew Harnik/ APPolitics

Biden Inspects U.S.-Mexico Border In Face Of GOP Criticism

Congregants at city church in Harlingen
Scripps NewsPolitics

Evangelical Christians Influencing Hispanic Community In Elections

Two migrant children drink juice as they wait in line at the border fence in their attempt to enter into El Paso
Andres Leighton / APPolitics

El Paso Officials Working To Provide Shelter To Migrants

Migrants walk near the U.S.-Mexico border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Christian Chavez / APPolitics

Migrants Seeking Asylum Face Uncertainty Once They Reach The U.S.

WNBA star Brittney Griner deplanes at Kelly Field in San Antonio, Texas.
Eric Gay / APPolitics

Brittney Griner Back Home In U.S. After Russian Prisoner Swap

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw departs after a news conference in Philadelphia.
Matt Rourke / APU.S.

Philadelphia Police Identify 'Boy In The Box' Found Dead 65 Years Ago

People demonstrate at a March for our Lives rally at the Texas State Capitol
Stephen Spillman / APU.S.

More Businesses Are Purchasing Gun Violence Liability Policies

Flowers and candles are placed around crosses at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School.
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Uvalde Shooting Survivors Sue Law Enforcement Agencies For $27 Billion

A bag of nurdles.
NewsyScience and Health

New Report Says Texas Waterway Pollution Worst In The Nation

Wayne Moorhead.
NewsyScience and Health

Houston Hospital Helps Amputee Patients With New Prosthetics Procedure

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas speaks during a news conference
Alex Brandon / APU.S.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Faces Lawmakers

Visitors see a memorial to the victims of the Astroworld concert.
APEntertainment

1 Year After Astroworld, Botched Crowd Safety Is Still A Problem

a sleep apnea breathing device
Reed Saxon / APScience and Health

Recall Of Philips CPAP Device Causing Worldwide Shortage Of Devices

A 'Uvalde Strong' sign is seen through raindrops
Eric Gay / APPolitics

Uvalde Residents Are Running For City Council, Hoping To Bring Change

Coast Guard personnel help evacuate residents who rode out the storm, in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian
Gerald Herbert / APU.S.

Questions Arise On Timing Of Lee County Evacuation Orders

Damage from hurricane Ian in Dunbar
NewsyScience and Health

Dunbar Neighborhood Still Needs Help After Hurricane Ian

A TV news crew works in debris on Sanibel Island
Steve Helber / APU.S.

Sanibel Island, A Popular Tourist Destination, Devastated By Hurricane

Hurricane Ian making landfall in southwest Florida
NOAA via APU.S.

Ian Swamps Southwest Florida, Trapping People In Homes

People board up a business in Florida
Phelan M. Ebenhack / APU.S.

Hurricane Ian Strikes Cuba, Florida Braces For Winds, Floods

Hill Country MHDDC Uvalde Mental Health Clinic
NewsyScience and Health

Mental Health America: Texas Ranks Last In Mental Health Care Access

Migrants on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts
Ray Ewing / APPolitics

Texas Opens Investigation Into Migrant Flights To Martha's Vineyard

Solar panels are installed over an organic orchard.
Martin Meissner / APScience and Health

Farmers Experimenting With Solar Panels To Generate More Revenue

Gun control protest outside Texas state Capitol.
NewsyPolitics

Uvalde Parents Join Gun Control Protest Outside Texas State Capitol

Uvalde School Police Chief Pete Arredondo, third from left
Dario Lopez-Mills / APU.S.

Uvalde School Board Fires Police Chief Arredondo After Mass Shooting

Parents and family of students hold protest signs during a special meeting
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Uvalde Parents Demand Change After School Shooting

A school bus picks up kids.
APU.S.

School Districts Across U.S. Work To Entice Bus Drivers Amid Shortage