George Zimmerman Talks to the Loop 21 in Email Correspondence [Exclusive]
First-person piece on how I became the first journalist to correspond with George Zimmerman, who was under national scrutiny after the slaying of Florida teen Trayvon Martin. Includes emails between myself and Zimmerman. (published 4/10/12)
Only 1.7% of Ohioans on next-of-kin registry
An enterprise piece for the Columbus Dispatch looks into Ohio's inability to get residents to sign up for its Next of Kin registry - which was one of the first in the country. (Published 2/2/12)
Middle-Aged Job Hunters Struggle in Weak Recovery
An A3 economics story for the Wall Street Journal that shows how most of the post-recession jobs have gone to the young and the old — leaving the middle class out to dry. (Published 7/30/2012).
Exclusive: Trayvon Martin lawyers discuss pending legal case
In an exclusive, wide-ranging interview attorney Daryl D. Parks gives new insight into the Trayvon Martin case - including his doubts that George Zimmerman will face hate crime charges for the slaying of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. (published 3/24/12)
Puerto Rico Fires Up Housing Market
An in-depth look at the Puerto Rican housing market, which was on fire due to successful government incentive programs.
Published on A3 of the Wall Street Journal on 8/13/2012.
Stacks of discarded rubber tires, weather-beaten mattresses and bags, boxes and cartons line the streets of Greater Cleveland — this piece for monthly paper Neighborhood Voice breaks down why and what can be done. (published 2/25/11)