An email from a stranger sent me on a quest back in time, to the years before the Holocaust, in search of my family and myself.
Some journalists argue that sharing crime-scene photos from mass shootings could help spark a successful movement for new gun laws. I’m not so sure.
If GateHouse Media actually acquires Gannett, countless local outlets might be closed or homogenized. But there’s an alternative.
Twenty years ago, I was convinced the shootings I covered at Columbine would change everything. That’s not what happened.
I was the editor of the Rocky Mountain News when it folded in 2009. A decade later, I’m concerned that more local journalism will suffer the same fate.
Regional publications do work that really matters to their communities. And local journalists know it in their bones.
How I used the internet to find the man who saved my parents’ lives in a Budapest basement during World War II.
An informal poll of former Rocky Mountain News journalists shows most have successfully moved on