Published September 10, 2019

Life After Being Shot

Of the estimated 300 people in the United States who are shot on an average day, about 200 survive. But many of them do so with devastating physical and emotional scars that last a lifetime.
Tyrone Turner & Alana Wise, WAMU
Published March 26, 2018

Anacostia Rising

What’s Next For Washington’s 'Forgotten’ River

In this four-part series, WAMU spotlights the Anacostia River, from its role as a critical transit link, through its pollution and clean up, to its current phase of renewal.
Jacob Fenston and Tyrone Turner — WAMU
Published March 14, 2016

From Institution To Inclusion

For D.C. residents with developmental disabilities, it’s been a decades-long fight to be treated like everyone else.

For the last 40 years people with developmental disabilities in D.C. have been fighting for the chance to be like everyone else. This is their story.
By Martin Austermuhle, WAMU 88.5 News
Published October 28, 2015

Saying Goodbye To Ed Walker

From his days as a pioneering student at American University through his final episode of WAMU 88.5’s “The Big Broadcast,” Ed Walker’s love of radio resonated every time he took the microphone.
WAMU 88.5