A peek into one Cincinnati neighborhood's homegrown redevelopment and why — amid shifting demographics, persistent crime, and rising eviction rates — people still care about the place so fiercely.
Feb 20, 2018
Using the lens of childhood trauma, I try to answer two questions: how is the opioid epidemic impacting kids in Greater Cincinnati and how will it affect their — and the region's — future? (Photos are mine, as well.)
Oct 2, 2018
I drove up I-71 to talk to voters in ruby-red Warren County to see whether Ohio Democratic wunderkind Aftab Pureval actually has a chance to unseat Republican Steve Chabot — who’s been in office for over two decades — in the OH-1 Congressional District.
Cincinnati Business Courier
Nov 7, 2017
I visited voting precincts to gauge how Cincinnatians were feeling about their city and about the two mayoral candidates.
Mar 22, 2017
As President Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric ramped up, some cities were turning to municipal ID cards to try and thwart his threats of increased deportations and surveillance. I profiled the people and groups behind Cincinnati’s card, and dug into why making it privately-backed rather than municipally-backed could prove to be a model for other cities.