“Why U.S. pedestrian deaths are at their highest level in almost 30 years”
This PBS NewsHour segment features the stories of three families in Los Angeles and Phoenix who lost children to traffic crashes. The story emphasizes road design as a key element to pedestrian safety. Produced at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
Reported and co-produced by Kailey Broussard, Arren Kimbel-Sannit, Derek Hall and Lindsay Walker.
Drone footage by Jordan Evans.
"Hortencia is a Dreamer in Pittsburgh, standing up for the embattled DACA program"
This short video produced for PublicSource provides a glimpse into the life of one young Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient, whose parents brought her to Pennsylvania from Mexico as a three-year-old. Hortencia believes the DACA program is a benefit to the U.S. government, and should be sustained.
"Heavy rain means raw sewage in this Westmoreland County community — on private land and in public drinking water"
This in-depth, multimedia package revealed accountability concerns with Delmont Borough council, as well as structural problems with the area’s water purification system.
"Minimum wage debate heats up in Pennsylvania"
This multimedia package explores factors involved with increasing Pa.'s state minimum wage, and provides an overview of Pittsburgh businesses making it a mission to pay their own workers more than the minimum.
A documentary produced at Kent State University. Part of a project about the LGBTQ neighborhoods of Akron, Ohio. Premiered at the 2014 International Gay Games in Akron. More information here.