Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

List of Finalists for Prizes

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

List of Finalists for Prizes

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JOURNALISM

Public Service

The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. (winner) for work of Melanie Sill, Pat Stith and Joby Warrick on health risks of waste disposal in hog industry. Star Tribune, Minneapolis-St. Paul, for stories about favors from legal publishers to judges. The Baltimore Sun, for work of Ginger Thompson and Gary Cohn on murder by Honduran army. Spot News Reporting Robert D. McFadden of The New York Times (winner), for skilled deadline writing. The Eagle-Tribune, Lawrence, Mass., for coverage of fire that destroyed city's largest employer. Los Angeles Times staff, for impact of Disney Co. purchase of Capital Cities-ABC. Investigative Reporting The Orange County (Calif.) Register staff (winner), for reporting on fraud at a university hospital. Chris Adams of The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, for stories on Medicaid abuse. David Jackson and William Gaines of the Chicago Tribune, for examining Nation of Islam business dealings. Explanatory Journalism Laurie Garrett of Newsday (winner), for reporting from Zaire on Ebola virus outbreak. Chris Lester and Jeffrey Spivak of The Kansas City Star, for series on suburban growth. Michael A. Hiltzik, David R. Olmos and Barbara Marsh of the Los Angeles Times, for reporting on lack of state regulation in managed health care. Adam Bryant, Stephen Engelberg and Matthew L. Wald of The New York Times, for stories on deficient safety regulation of commuter air traffic. Beat Reporting Bob Keeler of Newsday (winner), for coverage of progressive local Catholic parish. Alison Grant of The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, for stories on corrupt contractors and city officials. Fred Schulte and Jenni Bergal of the Sun-Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for abuses in Medicaid health maintenance organizations. National Reporting Alix M. Freedman of The Wall Street Journal (winner), for tobacco industry coverage. Russell Carollo, Carol Hernandez and Jeff Nesmith of the Dayton (Ohio) Daily News for stories on the military's lenient handling of sexual misconduct. David Maraniss and Michael Weiskopf of The Washington Post, for reporting on the Republican victory and aftermath in the U. …

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