Daniel, not bad for 4 months on the job, no major jumpcuts and you had a couple of nice small victories. I liked the stand up and the anonymous 2 shot was a well balanced natural frame.
I know its easy to play Monday morning quarterback but here is what I would improve on:
-No pans, tilts and zooms unless you're following important action
-Lock down that camera and get rock steady shots, don't allow even one jiggle in your edited shots.
-Think sequences not shots.
-You should have brought your sticks into the shed with the tools, why only one shot of the tools?
-Is there an empty spot on the wall where the TV was?
-Is that auto iris on? If so turn it off and start using your zebras.
-Did they steal the tractor and the birdhouse? If not, we do not need to see them, it was confusing.
-Get your shadow out of the 2 shot and if you do a story near mirrors watch for your reflections there as well.
-Get a closing shot.
-Also on the stand up get your camera eye level and if the background would have suited the story, I think you could have dollied right and had better lighting on your reporter.
-This one is really vague but improve your photography, look for ways to use lines, lighting and color to improve your pictures.
Oh yeah, I know this is not always in your control, but did that guy really need to be anonymous? Also I assume the reporter said in the lead in why he was anonymous otherwise it should had been briefly explained in the PKG. If at all possible press harder on getting him on camera. The story even mentioned family members and neighbors were hit as well, talk to them.
Remember these are just a few of the lame rules you will need to know. I know its cliche but once you know them, then you will know how to break them.