Series and Investigative

It’s a luxury and a challenge to tell a story with more time. In fact, I sometimes miss my grad school days when I trained exclusively in longform producing.

But once in a while, I still get the chance to take a closer look at a subject that deserves some more attention.

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The imbalance of supply and demand of the Seattle housing market is displacing droves of people who can no longer afford to stay in their hometown. I compared the status and policies of Seattle to another expensive market, San Francisco:

Months before Seattle leaders proposed regulation of short-term rentals, I looked into the effect of Airbnb and VRBO on the Seattle rental market:

Nearly four years after I first covered the topic in Memphis, I looked into the scientific basis of FDA’s rules about blood donations from gay men:

I found the Washington state agency overseeing child care facilities does not have a solid communication system with parents about investigations and inspections. This story is told through the eyes of a mother whose baby died at a day care that should not have been open: