Recovering pencil-pushing notebook scribbler.
Everything on the PNW Environmental beat — nearly all of it vicariously through the work of my great corps of reporters.
Any that takes you at at least 12 miles into Olympic National Park.
The time I was sent out to interview prostitutes and ended up with three guys in my rental car "asking" me to take them to meet a dealer.
I've never been able to answer that question.
David Steves has been a journalist in the Pacific Northwest since 1987. He joined public media from The Eugene Register-Guard newspaper, where he has been the state capital bureau chief for the past 11 years. Before that, David worked at the Salem Statesman-Journal as a reporter, editor and columnist. Along the way, Steves has won journalism awards for stories that covered the murder of a state corrections chief, explored the challenges faced by migrant farm workers, explained the rapidly rising population of mentally ill prison inmates, and exposed a lobbying group’s questionable fund-raising tactics.