Logan Hullinger has worked as a professional journalist for six years, specializing in drug policy and local government. A native of the Pittsburgh area, he currently resides in Baltimore.

Hullinger received a bachelor's degree in journalism and minored in Spanish at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2018. He immediately began working in the field as a city reporter for the York Dispatch in York, Pennsylvania, where he covered York City and York County. He also covered state and federal politics that would impact residents in the area. 

In 2021, he moved south to work as a city and county reporter for the Chattanooga Times Free Press to cover matters such as homelessness, competitive elections and redistricting. He later moved back home to Pittsburgh to work for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, where he covered local government.

Hullinger now covers addiction and drug policy for The Long Haul, a self-published news blog.

In his six years of journalism experience, he has received multiple statewide awards, including for his coverage of minority communities and investigative work.