Over two-weeks I followed a class of adult students as they went through a medical interpreter certification program. I broke down the economic impact the job could have and the barriers to getting patients care in their native language — a right under the Affordable Care Act of 2010.
Inside Buffalo Bills training camp with Kenny Harris, former NFL player turned owner of the team’s unofficial barbershop. Every week dozens of Bills fans skip autograph opportunities with players like Tyrod Taylor to wait for a free haircut from Harris' team. The signature cut: the Bills logo etched into the back of the person's head.
Most of the articles produced from the hospital press conference were about the “miracle boy” who survived a Rottweiler attack that blocked blood flow to his brain. I found the story within about a doctor’s medical solution, which had never been performed on a child and saved the boy’s life.
Neil Ross is "not a hero." He began his service in the Navy in 1969, retiring in 2010. He faced fighter jets, 50-foot waves that almost knocked his ship on its side and was on the scene of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11 before the towers collapsed.
"I'm not a hero," he repeated throughout the interview.