Andy Uhler

Reporter

SHORT BIO

Andy Uhler is the Texas-based reporter for Marketplace, based in Austin.

He joined Marketplace team from the Texas Standard, an hour-long news program produced at KUT in Austin, Texas. Prior to that, he was a natural resources policy analyst at the Texas Legislature as part of a global policy studies master’s program at the University of Texas at Austin. He was also the senior producer for the music journalism program Texas Music Matters, and he worked as a co-host for NPR Music’s festival coverage.

Andy's reporting tends to focus on the energy industry and agriculture in Texas. Every now and again, though, he gets to report on sports. When that happens, don't be surprised if the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers or Dallas Mavericks enter the conversation.

Latest Stories (578)

Will college football playoffs change New Year's Eve?

Dec 31, 2015
ESPN hopes people will cheer their favorite teams as well as the new year.

Preparing for El Niño's storms in Los Angeles

Dec 28, 2015
Southern Californians are worrying about flooding, mudslides and their trees

Growing poinsettias is a tough business

Dec 28, 2015
Also, you may be pronouncing it wrong.

What new home sales mean for the economy

Dec 23, 2015
New home sales are up in 2015. How do these purchases influence the economy?

Is it game over for FIFA sponsors?

Dec 21, 2015
FIFA continues to face sponsor problems.

Los Angeles schools closed after attack threat

Dec 15, 2015
The Los Angeles School District today closed schools to protect students and employees' safety.

VW publicly admits wrongdoing in emissions scandal

Dec 10, 2015
Chairman Hans Dieter Pötsch said VW is expecting a lot of lawsuits.

Another big merger? This time we're talking chemicals

Dec 9, 2015
Two of the world's biggest chemical companies are in talks.

Anglo American mining to cut 85,000 jobs

Dec 8, 2015
A complete company overhaul is calling for cutting two-thirds of its workforce.

Today's cattle business is way more than cowboys

Dec 7, 2015
Successful cattle ranchers these days need a lot of market knowledge.