The Washington Post

“Christmas toys stolen from a Salvation Army warehouse in Baltimore”-December 2, 2017

“Maryland corrections officer accused of being a high-ranking gang member”-November 30, 2017

“Washington-area schools show a building commitment to science”-November 26, 2017

“Anti-Semitic graffiti found in D.C. park on Thanksgiving morning”-November 24, 2017

“A singleton, then twins, now triplets on the way for Maryland couple”-November 18, 2017

“Recent shootings left a teenager and a young man dead. Now this D.C. community is on edge.”-November 17, 2017 (contributing byline, statement from student’s school and confirmation he attended)

“Capitol Police honor officers who responded to attack at congressional baseball practice”-November 9, 2017

“Democrat Ralph Northam defeats Ed Gillespie in race for Virginia governor closely watched by national parties”-November 8, 2017 (contributing byline on a front page story)

“Trump plays ‘crime’ card for Virginia GOP as bitter race for governor highlights political rifts”-November 7, 2017 (contributing byline, four of the quotes included in the story were mine)

“Man charged with DWI after fatal crash”-October 30, 2017 (short cops story)

“District man sentenced to more than four years for SUV robbery”-October 12, 2017 (short cops story)

“Southeast D.C. students get $10 million boost for college from Gates Foundation”-October 2, 2017 (co-written exclusive story)

“Confederate flag posters, with cotton attached, found at American University”-September 27, 2017 (co-written breaking news story)