How one local reporter's instincts focused public attention on the Ahmaud Arbery case

“Every national and global news story begins locally, sometimes with a single reporter who’s determined to follow up and get to the truth,” CNN’s chief media correspondent Brian Stelter said on Reliable Sources Sunday. “That’s what happened in the case of Ahmaud Arbery.”Hobbs was among the first to pick up the story of a Black man who was shot to death while jogging in the afternoon on a residential street. His first lead started with a Facebook notification — somebody posted they heard reports of the shooting on a police scanner. But police offered few details, and there were initially no arrests.”This was a burglary apparently,” Hobbs said on

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