Before joining WPR, Aaron worked as a freelance reporter in Los Angeles, where he earned a master’s degree in audio journalism from the University of Southern California. His radio work has aired on programs including NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered, American Public Media’s Marketplace and Public Radio International’s The World. Aaron has roots in Phoenix, Arizona, Southern Illinois and New Jersey. When not reporting, he spends time hiking, camping, traveling and exploring film, music and food.
Phoning into a packed courtroom, Britney Spears asked that her father be charged with conservatorship abuse. The judge also allowed Spears to be determined by a legal representative of her choice.
Former federal prosecutor Mathew Rosengart will now represent the pop star in the fight over her conservatorship.
Los Angeles has turned off the power to a home that hosted several large parties. The city said the resident violated public health orders meant to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
No schools in Wyoming have a policy protecting transgender students. In Laramie, the district has been working to formulate one. But amid national debate, that local policy may be stalled.
There are huge gaps in school funding between affluent and property-poor districts. And, with evidence that money matters, especially for disadvantaged kids, something has to change.