Josh Kovner is a reporter covering health and safety in Connecticut, including health and medical regulation, child protection, workplace safety, criminal justice. He writes a blog called Oversight. He was a member of the Courant's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage team on the 1999 lottery killings and a member of the Pulitzer-finalist team for coverage of the Sandy Hook school shootings. He has won regional and national awards for stories on Hartford Neighborhood Centers fraud schemes; a series on black market steroids; stories on deaths of developmentally disabled people in groups homes; and a profile of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza and his mother. Kovner is also a journalism instructor at Southern Connecticut State University.