Kids Imprisoned is a seven-part podcast series investigating juvenile justice in America. It’s produced by Carnegie-Knight News21, a national multimedia reporting project produced by the nation’s top journalism students and graduates.

The first episode was co-hosted, reported, written, and co-produced by me. I also co-hosted and assistant produced three additional podcast episodes for the series.


Our Cronkite News audio producers put together a 3- to 5-minute audio news briefing that focuses on important stories that impact residents in Arizona and beyond. You’ll hear me host every Monday morning and share stories focused on our Cronkite News coverage areas, which includes borderlands, health, Indian Country, money, next gen, politics, social justice, sport and sustainability.

Prescott National Forest Volunteers

In October, 2019, I traveled to Prescott National Forest to speak with volunteers who work to maintain the public lands for the public.

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A Decent Place to Live

In March, 2020, in the week that the coronavirus arrived in the Americas, my Cronkite colleagues and I traveled to Panama City, Panama to report on immigration. There, I met immigrants, lawyers, and NGO experts who told me how difficult it is for migrants to reach and adapt to life in Panama. One of their main struggles: finding legal work. In this episode of our podcast about our reporting in Panama, I share their stories.

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