Mar 19, 2011


The Las Vegas Sun's "Do No Harm" series, written by former Pasadena Star-News reporter Marshall Allen and Alex Richards, won the best investigative reporting award from the Scripps Howard Foundation.     The Los Angeles Times won the public service award for its "Grading the Teachers" series, and USC journalism professor Joe Saltzman won teacher of the year.

The Society of American Business Writers and Editors awarded the Orange County Register two top honors: "Immigrants and the California Economy" won for explanatory reporting and "Reversal of Fortunes" won best feature. The Sun "Do No Harm" series won for investigative reporting here as well.


Anonymous said...

LANG was awardless? Shocker!

Anonymous said...

Mary Ann Milbourn at the Register deserves a special nod - her win was for stories covering the demise of her own paper's century-old family ownership. Not a popular story with everyone in management.