Detroit Free Press

Hurricane Maria's Devastation Puts a Teen in Medical Jeopardy with No Solution in Sight



A Messy FEMA Event in Puerto Rico Sparked Confusion and Rage, Oct. 2017


NBC News

In Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, Shopkeepers Forge Ahead Despite Hurricane’s Aftermath, Oct. 2017


City & State

Grace Under Pressure: Rep. Grace Meng Keeps Rolling With the Punches – And Winning, May 2017


The Indypendent

Fake News Factories, Sept. 2017

Vote Swapping: New App Brings Together Voters Across State Lines, Oct. 2016



The Evolution of Citizen Journalism: How 3 Modern Outlets Are Updating the Model, May 2017

How Syria Street Uses GIFs to Strengthen Storytelling, March 2017

The Unintended Consequences of Algorithms, Feb. 2017


Transborder Media

Halloween and Día de Los Muertos: Where Faith and Culture Collide, Nov. 2015

After a Quiet Independence Day, Thousands March for Peace, Sept. 2015

This Veteran's Day, Remember Our Deported Soldiers (infographic for Soldiers Without a Nation Film), Nov. 2015


Rockaway Times

With a Little Help, Wounded Warrior Finds Reasons to Live, July 2014



NYC to Pay $17.6M in 2004 GOP Convention Suit, Jan. 2014

NYC Preservations Pinpoint Endangered Sites, Feb. 2014


TimesLedger Newspaper

Pipeline Plan Stirs Debate, July 2013


The Chronicle Newspaper (paywall)

Onalaska Cancer Cluster (second place in health reporting, Society of Professional Journalists Region 10), Sept. 2012

Councilman Owes City More Than $140,000, July 2012

Shelters Feel Pressure From Weather, Down Economy (third place in social issues reporting, Society of Professional Journalists Region 10), Dec. 2011


The Florida Independent (ceased publication)

Despite Anti-Bullying Law, Many Schools Lack LGBT Protections, Oct. 2010

Hernando Jail Transfer the Latest Point of Controversy for Florida's Private Prison Industry, Sept. 2010