Chris Polansky is a journalist from New York. He’s a graduate of Hunter College and the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, both at the City University of New York.
His stories have appeared in/on Gothamist / WNYC; the NPR national newscast; Utah Public Radio; Robin Hood Radio / WHDD; The Voice of Harlem / WHCR; The Bridge; the Canarsie Courier; and the Brooklyn Eagle.
When he’s not reporting in the city, he’sprobably enjoying a baseball game (Go, Mets!) or out with his dog, Trout Fishing in America. He’s also a proud alumnus of Bike & Build, an affordable housing nonprofit with which he’s cycled coast-to-coast twice: from Portland, Maine, to Santa Barbara (2014), and from
Nags Head, North Carolina, to San Diego (2016).
Chris joined Public Radio Tulsa as a news reporter in April 2020.
A judge has ruled that a group of Oklahoma death row prisoners failed to prove that the state's lethal injection execution protocol creates an unconstitutional risk of severe pain and suffering.
Authorities discuss the latest in a shooting that left five people dead at a medical building in Tulsa, Okla.
The last known survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre learned a lawsuit against the city of Tulsa can move forward. The plaintiffs said the government was partly to blame for the massacre.