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Selected Writings

I covered a wide variety of topics in my work, publishing articles daily, from short, quick briefs and breaking news articles to longer term projects, sometimes with videos, photo galleries, embedded interactives, or other multimedia.

My articles were posted chronologically on the Sun-Sentinel’s website. Below are some selected writings on various topics from multiple publications. Some don’t fit neatly into these and others overlap into various topics.

Breaking News, Cops and Crime

Boca Raton police renewing facial recognition program
South Florida Sun Sentinel | July 16, 2022

Florida FBI shooting: 55-year-old gunman lived under the radar
South Florida Sun Sentinel | February 3, 2021

Deputy who forced handcuffed teen against wall has history of using force
South Florida Sun Sentinel | November 2, 2020

Portland rabbis to federal agents: Leave our community
The Forward | July 24, 2020

Police launch tear gas in Fort Lauderdale in messy end to George Floyd protest
South Florida Sun Sentinel | May 31, 2020


Student says school ‘will end my speech’ if he brings up ‘say gay’ activism
South Florida Sun Sentinel | May 10, 2022

Florida may toughen law for hate crimes after gay-pride display was vandalized in Delray Beach
South Florida Sun Sentinel | December 20, 2021

Presidential election drives first-time South Florida voters to the polls
South Florida Sun Sentinel | November 3, 2020

Inquiry prompts congressman to divest from fossil fuel industry
South Florida Sun Sentinel | January 30, 2020

Supreme Court Could Get in the Way of Gerrymandering Reform
WhoWhatWhy / Salon | January 5, 2019

Local News Reporting

Internal memo highlights city’s concerns with proposed redevelopment of Boca Raton Innovation Campus
South Florida Sun Sentinel | May 4, 2022

As school boundaries adjust in Boca Raton, some parents argue the plan favors wealthier families
South Florida Sun Sentinel | Jan. 13, 2022

How Boca Raton is stepping up post-Surfside inspections
South Florida Sun Sentinel | Nov. 8, 2021

‘Wiped away:’ Historically Black community in Boca fears redevelopment will drive them out
South Florida Sun Sentinel | Sept. 12, 2021

High levels of radon gas raise alarm in luxury West Boca apartments
South Florida Sun Sentinel | Sept. 2, 2021

Features, Blog Posts and Others

‘Tears of joy’ as hundreds attend Juneteenth celebration in Boynton Beach
South Florida Sun Sentinel | June 19, 2022

Serene retreat or racist reminder? Some people think Plantation should change its name
South Florida Sun Sentinel | June 16, 2020

Spring broke: While some college students party, others face lack of services on campus
South Florida Sun Sentinel | March 7, 2019

Parkland woman becomes first openly autistic person to practice law in Florida
South Florida Sun Sentinel | Feb. 17, 2019

Vinyl Revival: Vinyl record sales are on the rise and college-aged students are the biggest buyers
Florida Atlantic University Press | Feb. 4, 2014