Kiah Collier is a recipient of New America's Weather Eye Award for Local Reporting. Collier reports on energy and the environment for the Texas Tribune. Her reporting in The Tribune and ProPublica about the hurricane threat to Houston a year before Harvey hit was widely acclaimed as prescient. She now plans to continue reporting on the aftermath of Harvey and report on whether officials keep their resilience-building promises. In early 2017 she won a Peabody Award for her work on a project that examined a specific type of hurricane scientists say will eventually devastate the city of Houston.