Ryan Murphy is a former data reporter and developer on the Los Angeles Times Data Desk. Previously he worked at The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit news organization covering Texas politics, where he was a founding member of the Tribune’s Data Visuals team. His work on the multimedia project Hell and High Water, documenting the dangers of a powerful hurricane striking the city of Houston, earned a Peabody Award in 2016.
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Feb. 20, 2021
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Jan. 9, 2021
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