Kristina Lucarelli, KOAT.com

Kristina Lucarelli

KOAT.com

New York, United States

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Past articles by Kristina:

Five years after the prison escape in Dannemora

The prison break that turned upstate New York upside down. → Read More

Americans trapped abroad during the pandemic describe the grueling journey home

Two families affected by coronavirus travel restrictions describe what it was like to be going through a pandemic thousands of miles away, and their long journe... → Read More

Field Notes: Coronavirus and the class of 2020

The class of 2020 is not able to have a traditional graduation season because of COVID-19, but it's definitely one they won't ever forget. → Read More

Farming industry in dire straits due to coronavirus

With restaurants, schools and food processing plants closed, farmers have had to resort to drastic measures. → Read More

Health care heroes on the front lines of the pandemic

Health care workers are among the many on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus: What we know and what we don't, explained

The novel coronavirus and how it affects our bodies can be pretty confusing. So, we broke down what we do and don't know about COVID-19. → Read More

'This virus can be beat': Coronavirus survivor stories

Four stories from four corners of the country of people who battled and survived COVID-19. → Read More

Small businesses learn to adapt in the wake of coronavirus

Stories of shops trying to power though the pandemic. → Read More

What happened to the cast of 'Tiger King'?

What happened to the folks from the popular Netflix documentary after it became a worldwide sensation? → Read More

Teachers open their hearts after schools close their doors

Remote learning is the new normal for most families with kids, and teachers are going the extra mile to make sure their students feel supported, educated and lo... → Read More

Field Notes on Coronavirus: Helping the Most Vulnerable

While transitioning to a mostly stay-at-home lifestyle has been difficult for everyone, some populations, like the homeless, are in need of even more help. → Read More

Remembering the Oklahoma City bombing 25 years later

It's been a quarter of a century since one of the worst tragedies in U.S. history. → Read More

Beautiful acts of kindness in the wake of coronavirus

Every week, local reporters share their 'Field Notes' from the ground → Read More

The truth behind a 10-year-old's brutal murder remains a mystery

The story of Victoria Martens' brutal murder is nothing short of a complete tragedy. → Read More

How people are staying connected despite coronavirus separation

Every week, local reporters share their 'Field Notes' from the ground → Read More

The Bear Brook Murders

The mystery behind four bodies decomposing inside two metal barrels baffled investigators for decades — until now. → Read More

Travel restrictions leave Americans stranded

Four stories of how the travel industry has impacted people both here and abroad amid the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

How 'Joe Exotic' went from a presidential run to prison

Joe Exotic's conviction in a murder-for-hire plot is only a fraction of his wild story. → Read More

Field Notes: Coronavirus Part 2, Life Disrupted

As COVID-19 continues to spread, things have changed rapidly. This has led to sweeping cancellations and disruptions in the lives of everyday Americans. → Read More

Did California's Super Tuesday influence the democratic primary?

The Golden State has the largest number of democratic delegates in the whole country: 415, but they typically vote very late. That changed this year. → Read More