Not every story should be told with words or words alone. Below are a few examples of Jayme’s multimedia work.
INTERACTIVES Where a homeless veteran sleeps (Knight Story Map) School demographics: Houston has been majority-minority for years (Tableau 8.2) ‘Open Space’ fee spent on amenities, not expanding parks (Google Fusion Tables)
VIDEO Protests the night the Texas Legislature approved the 2013 abortion omnibus bill (iPhone and Vine) County program captures feral hogs, sends meat to food bank (iPhone and Videolicious) . A Long Way to Go (Canon DSLR and Final Cut Pro)
PHOTOS Click on any image to open a full screen slideshow.
A member of the Harris County Sheriff’s office takes a sample of blood from handcuffs two deputies had attempted to use Sunday afternoon to restrain a man who had been acting “irrational,” according to Sheriff Adrian Garcia. The 43-year-old man died after he was Tasered and shot during a confrontation with the officers in his West Houston home. The investigation is ongoing
Burt Fairston, 77, was left homeless for several months when his southwest Houston home was condemned and torn down earlier this year, in part because of damage he couldn’t afford to repair after Hurricane Ike. Until he received a county housing voucher for an apartment, the veteran lived in a twig-and-plastic-bag shelter he built in what once was his backyard. He was visiting his old home Thursday to pick up some books.
Susan Barber searches the costume closet at Missoula Children’s Theater for a wedding dress.
Jay Fraser returns to the seat of his GMC Suburban after scoping out the next patch in the road. Off-roading has become a popular, but some say destructive, pastime in Arizona’s deserts.
Robin Selvig is one of the most expressive coaches from the sidelines of the Big Sky Conference. He will celebrate his 1000th game as head coach of the Lady Griz basketball team next week, joining just five others who’ve reached the collegiate milestone says the NCAA.
Jessica Long Knife rides two buses a total of four hours each day to commute the 80 miles from her home on the southern end of Fort Belknap Indian Community to Montana State University-Northern in Havre. She often is the last person off the bus each evening.
Gene Miller walks the road that loops around the Blue Mountain fire lookout each evening with his dog Sparky.
Dan Wagner shows his daughter, Jessica, 11, the rusted pin he was trying to knock out of an old Mercury at his home July 11. Wagner is losing a slice of his property to Portland-Milwaukie light rail — the future MAX Orange Line — and says he might have to move to continue his work restoring cars. “Without the driveway, I can’t do this,” Wagner said. “And it’s one of the reasons I bought the house.”
A Missoula man inspects the crop of medical marijuana he legally grows as a caregiver for his wife, who suffers from severe chronic migraines. The couple asked not to be identified, fearing for their jobs at an area hospital.
Freddie Braun battles Youssouf Mulumbu for position in the second. The Portland Timbers opened the match with two goals, but West Bromwich Albion rallied in the second half to score three points Wednesday night. In the last minute of the game, the final goal was tipped off Jake Gleeson’s glove into the top right corner.
A 7th-grade girl eyes the net during a middle school basketball tournament in Missoula, Mont.
Three brothers enjoy halftime with Monte.
Portland Timbers keeper Adin Brown missed a block on an early Club America goal that was ruled offsides.
The University of Montana volleyball team celebrates a 3-2 comeback victory over Eastern Washington University.