I wrote, researched and put multimedia elements together for a piece on Frank Lloyd Wright's legacy in Kansas City for Flatland.
"Our area certainly has some distinctive architecture, including the art deco Power & Light Building in downtown Kansas City and the massive new Church of the Resurrection sanctuary in Leawood, Kansas. Before those bricks were laid, one of the world’s most famous architects left his mark on Kansas City."
I write about video games, covering news, reviews and previews.
"Guacamelee 2 takes but never quite gives; it amps up the difficulty without making the necessary changes to keep the game interesting. The result is a test of patience rather than a test of skill."
Just Cause 4 review
NBA2K: Ronnie 2K on shoes, League expansion and community
I reported on and wrote day turn stories for KBIA 91.3 FM, mid-Missouri's NPR station.
"The researchers sent out a survey reaching almost 2,900 patients diagnosed between 1967 and 2017. The patients were self-reporting, so the data can’t be extrapolated to the general public, but McElroy says clinicians can use the data to tailor already existing protocols to reflect how women receive their diagnoses."
Representative Martha Stevens Re-elected in Missouri's 46th District
"Democratic State Rep. Martha Stevens defended her seat against Republican challenger Cathy Richards, winning with 65 percent of the vote in Missouri's 46th district. Stevens, who was first elected in 2016, attended a Democratic watch party at the Tiger Hotel with fellow Democratic House candidates Kip Kendrick and Michela Skelton as well as Brianna Lennon, the Democratic candidate for Boone County Clerk. Stevens says she will stick to her critical issues in her second term."