Sean Holstege is a freelance reporter with a 30-year career in print news. He was an investigative reporter at The Arizona Republic and the Oakland Tribune. He won a Sigma Delta Chi award for investigative reporting. He’s covered transportation, terrorism, the border, disasters, child welfare, courts, and breaking news.
1 year ago | Coronavirus
Still, there are some silver linings to all this larceny and villainy. Much of it didn’t work.
1 year ago | Lawsuits
The lawsuit claims that authorities hurled "racial epithets that should not be repeated here — except to note that 'sand n**ger' was the mildest..."
1 year ago | Crime
“She felt confined. She was trapped. There was nothing she could do." Jocelyn Kinsey's attorney.
Co-workers say Robert Interval constantly accused Christina Mustafa of cheating as the search continues for her body.
Arthur John Bachelier blames news reports in Phoenix New Times for forcing him to flee.
The suspect in nine murders depicted himself as a man of God, reformed in prison, and someone who saw the light in people.