In this story, I looked at the state of play for such laws – in more than 30 states – that criminalize potential HIV exposure. I spoke with Leslie Flaggs, whose story […]
A reporter since 2000, covering the aftermaths of both tsunamis in Asia, the fight for LGBT rights in the U.S. (including the Boy Scouts of America's struggle over the question of gay marriage) and several natural disasters plus shooting and bombing tragedies, I'm starting Campfire as a forum to share stories as I contemplate my next life chapter. Topics I'll feature will include conservation, the environment and our collective love for the great outdoors - from penning my own hiking reviews to sharing stories (photos, blogs and videos) from others. The idea is to celebrate life, all of the "ups and downs." I hope you'll join the conversation.
This is really a kudos to my colleague Bill Dedman, whom I worked with on this three-part series. Bill writes: FBI agents are interviewing employees at FEMA in an investigation of unusual […]
I was there for this moment, when three of the “San Antonio 4” were released from prison after serving more than a decade locked up for allegedly molesting two girls. The women […]
MIRANDA LEITSINGER Mountain View, CA ▪ (650) 888-2765 firstname.lastname@example.org Reporter – Editor – Investigative Journalist Newsroom Leader | Audience Engagement Strategist | Multimedia Specialist Reporter, editor and digital news strategist with nearly […]
I traveled to Moore, Oklahoma, three months after a deadly tornado swept through, claiming the lives of seven children seeking refuge at school. Their parents had bonded together in grief and embarked […]
I’ve covered the LGBT community since New York state voted to allow gay marriage in 2011. There has been a lot of change since then, here is a collection of my articles […]
My series following the recovery of a couple seriously injured at the finish line of the Boston Marathon as they weigh walking once more and amputation. Marathon victim fights to keep leg […]