"Linda's Last Ride"
The road served as respite to Linda Woolard's life for more than four decades. And for one last time, all she wanted to do was cruise. This story won a Michigan Emmy (2015) in the Human Interest News Story category.
"In His Own Skin"
Skin so fragile, it's likely to break at the slightest touch. Despite these dire circumstances, this is a story about finding hope.
"Through Lexia's Lens"
All it takes is one snap of the shutter. In this story, Lexia Frank shows us how she captures the emotion in pictures all to inspire a motion picture. This story was honored with a Chicago Midwest Emmy (2012) in the
Light News Single Feature category.
A few simple necessities during a massive heat wave prompts a 61 year old homeless woman to feel something she hasn't felt in a while.
A Madison man learns in the worst way a father's work never feels complete. After the airing of this story, an outpouring of support from the community helped resolve the issue addressed here.
This story was part of a compilation honored with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award (2012) for Writing.
"Horses For Heroes"
The comfort of healing touch helps a veteran's daughter honor her father's wartime sacrifice. This story was part of a compilation honored with a National Edward R. Murrow Award (2011) for Writing.
A pair of 13-year-old friends went missing in Edgerton. Loved ones and police had been searching for more than 24 hours when our camera caught a rare moment during a police briefing. It happened just after our 5pm broadcast; less than an hour before our next live report.
"The Brackets Of Babes"
Nevermind the Bracketologists. On the verge of the 2012 Final Four, we found one NCAA Tournament pool with an interesting "expert" in 1st place. As a Mizzou grad, it was hard for me to root for Wyatt's winner.