Broadcast Portfolio

Solider from Chandler killed while fighting terrorism (via Cronkite News)

Calling all young activists (via Cronkite News)

An app to save children (via Cronkite News)

Testing teen’s first-response skills (via Cronkite News)

Arizona is no stranger to activism (via Cronkite News)

Plans for the light rail extension (via Cronkite News)

The American Civil Liberties Union’s weighs in on the Supreme Court’s cake ruling (via Cronkite News)

Hungry bears are making their way into the city. (via Cronkite News)

What is Arizona doing about the opioid epidemic? (via Cronkite News)

Red for Ed supporters rally for increased education spending. (via Cronkite News)

Mesa library’s ‘THINKspot’ allows visitors to use a 3-D printer. (via Cronkite News)

District 8 Democratic nominee Hiral Tipirneni and Republican nominee Debbie Lesko discuss their next steps in the election. (via Cronkite News)

Arizona women discuss why granting women constitutional rights with the Equal Rights Amendment is important for the state and country. (via Cronkite News)

A Valley nonprofit thinks tiny houses can be a long-term solution for veterans who are homeless. (via Cronkite News)

State Sen. Steve Farley hopes the bill he introduced 11 years ago to ban texting while driving statewide will finally pass this year. (via Cronkite News)

Arizona Rep. Don Shooter was expelled after he wrote a letter claiming other sexual harassment allegations in the House should be investigated. (via Cronkite News)

Mohave County took a financial hit after the Willow Beach Hatchery stopped releasing trout into the river five years ago. (via Cronkite News)

Arizona’s 2018 Women’s March included several groups highlighting the high rates of violence and sexual assault among Native American women. (via Cronkite News)

ASU joins the Giant Magellan Telescope organization to create a telescope that could help scientists find life on other planets. (via Cronkite News)

LGBTQ community celebrates Transgender Awareness Week by discussing the future of social norms. (via Cronkite News)

Members from both political parties about how demographic changes could affect our government. (via Cronkite News)

Project Connect guest Charlie Neumann will no longer have to live on the streets thanks to the organization’s one-day outreach event. (via Cronkite News)

Cover Arizona is helping state residents find health insurance before this year’s shortened ACA enrollment period ends. (via Cronkite News)

Steven Bannon endorses Kelli Ward at her 2018 campaign kickoff event. (via Cronkite News)

We-Cycle founder Robert Chacon educates the public on environmentally friendly transportation through his Mesa-based bike shop. (via Cronkite News)

Civilians brew up conversations with the Mesa police department as cops nationwide participate in National Coffee with a Cop Day. (via Cronkite News)

The Helios Education Foundation reaches out to the Latino student population in hopes to improve education statewide. (via Cronkite News)

Marijuana legalization within the states causes tribal communities to contemplate expanding their economies to include cannabis. (via Cronkite News)

Federal building honors WWII veteran and survivor. Reporter Emily Richardson speaks with USS Indianapolis survivor Mr. Harpo Celaya after the Florence Post Office is named in his honor. (via Cronkite News)

Scottsdale Police Department holds mental health meeting to ensure that the public, specifically those dealing with a mental illness, are prepared to respond in case of an emergency. (via Cronkite News)

ASU students from the United Nations Association write letters to their congressional delegation to speak out against the recent decision to cut off DACA. (via Cronkite News)

Hundreds gather in Tucson to rally towards Tucson City Hall in support of DACA. (via Cronkite News)

Just as the Phoenix Police Department is conducting an investigation into its response in the aftermath of last week’s protests following President Donald Trump’s visit, community members and organizers showed up Wednesday to the Phoenix City Council meeting to express their concerns during a demonstration they called, “Phoenix Police Department Violence.” (via Cronkite News)