Almazan says that a reporter from the Orange County Register had been urging her to sit down with Allaway, but she refused.
Your reporter, however, found that the more he learned, the madder he got.
“I know the people around Nixon,” Kennedy told Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein.
His remarks raised suspicion from the reporter on the scene.
Why is the Obama administration going after the reporter for something that happened during the Bush presidency?
Cookie often said that a fire was the most exciting thing a reporter could be sent to cover.
He has nosed his way in here to-night as a reporter, for some devilish purpose.
He joined the reporter and they walked out to the field beyond the irrigation ditch.
The reporter turned to look at Porter, who was standing a little behind him.
I had little heart for a reporter's version of what had so thrilled me coming from Leighton's own lips.
late 14c., reportour, "one who gives an account," agent noun from report (v.), or from Old French reporteur (Modern French rapporteur). In the newspaper sense, from 1798. French reporter in this sense is a 19c. borrowing from English.