Washington Post reporter Chris Ingraham now lives in a modest home in Red Lake Falls, Minn., with his wife Briana and twins, Charles and Jack, on February 7, 2017. Ingraham’s unlikely story starts with him writing a data driven article about how bad it is to live in Red Lake County, and ends with him falling in love with the place and moving his family from D.C.
Washington Post reporter Chris Ingraham now lives in a modest home in Red Lake Falls, Minn., with his wife Briana and twins, Charles and Jack, on February 7, 2017. Ingraham’s unlikely story starts with him writing a data driven article about how bad it is to live in Red Lake County, and ends with him falling in love with the place and moving his family from D.C. Brian Peterson TNS
Washington Post reporter Chris Ingraham now lives in a modest home in Red Lake Falls, Minn., with his wife Briana and twins, Charles and Jack, on February 7, 2017. Ingraham’s unlikely story starts with him writing a data driven article about how bad it is to live in Red Lake County, and ends with him falling in love with the place and moving his family from D.C. Brian Peterson TNS

Reporter who insulted Red Lake Falls, Minn., now making his home there

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