Criminal Justice

  • His mother and sister were murdered. He’s focused his grief on exposing loopholes that endanger domestic violence victims. (WPLN, NPR
  • A Rutherford County juvenile judge illegally arrested and jailed children. Now two candidates for her seat have to rebuild trust. (WPLN, ProPublica)
  • Nashville teens are ‘car hopping’ – trying unlocked car doors to see what they can find. Often, it’s guns. (WPLN, NPR)
  • Inside Marion Correctional Institution, The Country’s Biggest Coronavirus Hotspot (WOSU, NPR
  • Columbus’ Police Chief Wrote The Book On Crowd Dispersal. Did Officers Follow It? (WOSU, Here & Now)
  • Online Gun Sellers Skirt Scrutiny, But Stricter Rules May Be Coming (WOSU, Here & Now
  • Drug Charges Fuel Ohio’s Rapidly Growing Female Prison Population (WOSU, NPR)
  • In Franklin County’s Courthouse, Addiction Treatment Is Just Down The Hall (WOSU, Here & Now)


  • Two sisters got pregnant young. The choices they made — and the secrets they kept — shaped their lives. (WPLN, NPR)
  • Technology To Clean And Reuse PPE Is Being Deployed To Hotspot Hospitals (WOSU, NPR)
  • Ohio’s Postal Service Problems Cause Dangerous Delays In Medication Delivery (WOSU, NPR’s Shots Blog)
  • Breast Cancer Is Killing Ohio’s Amish Women. A Mobile Clinic Brings Care To Them (WOSU, Here & Now
  • Continuing coverage: Doctor gives “excessive” doses of fentanyl to patients (WOSU)
  • Vocal therapy helps some transgender people find their voice (The Pulse, The Washington Post’s The Lily