A look into the lives and motivations of Phoenix-area docs who travel abroad to practice pro-bono medicine.
Scenes from National Adoption Day in Adams County, where 12 children joined 10 families in a morning where "no normal rules apply in a courtroom."
How the county and the Trust for Public Land pursued a nearly 20-year courtship with an unusual object of affection: 174 acres of open space in Brighton.
A profile of a local, Simpsons-inspired metal band that went viral. Who are they, and how have they moved on from their online fame?
Winner of the 2016 SPJ Mark of Excellence award for Online Feature Writing in Region 11 and the second place winner at the 2016 Arizona Press Club awards for student feature writing.
Spent time at a local floral wholesaler as a feature for Valentine's Day to learn how roses make the journey to sweethearts' vases.
A pair of 2017 municipal election guides I made for my geographic coverage regions, highlighting three key ballot measures and linking to basic FAQs, contacts and other resources.
An enterprise story exploring the impact of the Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt ruling in Arizona, and how so-called TRAP laws grew to prominence.
A front-of-book news story about the San Carlos Apache Tribe's protests against the land grab of a sacred area, Oak Flat, for a new copper mine.
A collaborative recap and arts criticism piece between me and the arts columnist at the publication. We each detailed our top three experiences and recorded an extended take as a podcast (listen to that here), analyzing the visual art and the evolution of the iconic arts weekend.
A mini-profile of the AEF Arizona Teacher of the Year as part of a collection of profiles in the annual "Best of the Valley" issue package.
An op-ed about the benefits and growth of adaptive reuse in Phoenix, especially in the face of growing commercial development downtown.