the sacramento bee

During the summer of 2019, I lived and reported in Sacramento as a Paul Block Fellow at The Sacramento Bee. As an intern, I pitched, reported, and wrote my own stories, and also took part in photography and videography. I pursued stories about the almond industry, homelessness, and mental health.


Appetite for California almonds still growing, but farmers feel squeeze from new water rules

Sacramento County spends millions to aid homeless. Why is mental illness still so pervasive?

You asked, we answered: How many single-room occupancy hotels are left in Sacramento?

An intense process: The California almond’s journey from orchard to grocery shelf

You asked, we answered: What will Sacramento’s skyline look like in the next 10 years?

This bizarre prehistoric fish may be the key to preserving Yurok culture in California

Meet the director of the ‘Best High School Jazz Band’ in America – right here in Sacramento area

Free food, fitness and literacy programs help fill summer gap for kids in Sacramento region

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