My radio work ranges from my own investigations on juvenile justice, nonprofit hospitals and prisons to behind-the-scenes reporting for stories on NPR’s All Things Considered and American Radio Works.
Police corruption scandal in King City, one year later | KAZU-fm and The Monterey County Herald| In King City, California, the whole concept of safety got turned on its head last year when two former police chiefs and four officers — more than a third of the force — were arrested. The most serious charge involved a towing and car theft scheme that prosecutors say targeted the town’s low-income Latinos. Today, more than a year later, relations between police and residents are still, well, complicated.
A Courthouse Fixture Fights to Stay Afloat | KAZU-fm and The Monterey County Herald
Randy Henson is part of the nation’s long-running “blind vendor” program, and like many, he has to fight to make a living
Down for Life series | KAZU-fm Part 1 • Part 2 • Part 3
Multimedia: A Long Night’s Wait at Salinas Valley State Prison
| KAZU-fm and The Monterey County Herald
Honesty and the Hospital with Michael Montgomery | Marketplace
Non-profit Hospital – Or a Scam? with Steve Henn | Marketplace
I contributed reporting to these investigative radio projects and regional news stories:
Locked Down | American Radio Works
Terrorists and Loopholes in U.S. Gun Laws | NPR’s All Things Considered
Immigration rally empties fields, transform Salinas | KAZU-fm
San Quentin Security | KQED-fm / The California Report / The Monterey County Herald