Jim Mustian is an investigative reporter for The Associated Press. Before joining AP in 2018, he worked as an investigative reporter for The New Orleans Advocate newspaper, where he was part of a team that won the Pulitzer Prize for a series of stories about an unusual Louisiana law that allowed non unanimous juries to convict people of felonies. A Louisiana native, Mustian also has written at newspapers in Texas and Georgia.
Faimon Roberts is a rural affairs writer for the Times Picayune/Advocate newspapers in southeast Louisiana. In his decade at the paper, he has covered a half dozen parishes in Louisiana, writing about everything from hurricanes to corrupt public officials to NASA's plans to get to Mars. Roberts grew up in Louisiana, and has lived in Texas, Finland and the United Kingdom. A graduate of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Oxford, Roberts is an instructor of the Ancient Near East at Loyola University.