December 18, 2023

A City’s Changing Skyline: Are There Enough Condos in Sarasota?

Located in the southwest of Florida, Sarasota's downtown district is changing with an increase of luxury condo construction and remodel. The sale of historic landmarks and proposed high-rises like "The Obsidian" spark community concerns over construction, attainable housing, and loss of character for downtown.

December 18, 2023

Beyond Drug Decriminalization: 3 Years Later, was Oregon’s Measure 110 Worth It?

During the 2020 election, Portland became the epicenter of a national debate on drug policy. Measure 110 made Oregon the first state to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of drugs. Did the law help, or hurt, the very people it was designed for?  Three years later, the debate rages on.

December 18, 2023

Tent Removals Won’t Solve Mass.and Cass Opioid Crisis, Advocates Say

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu has a three-part plan that consists of increasing low threshold housing, passing an ordinance, and rebuilding the bridge and recovery campus on Long Island. 

December 5, 2023

Building Tomorrow: The Efforts to Reconstruct After Hurricane Michael

The community of Florida Panhandle continue to rebuild five years after Hurricane Michael of 2018.

December 4, 2023

Oklahoma Couple’s Suit Against State Farm for Storm Damage to Their Home Advances to Trial

An Edmond family’s lawsuit against State Farm moved one step closer to trial in Oklahoma County District Court after a judge denied the insurance company’s request to remove one count of breach of contract during a hearing on Oct. 15.