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John Burnett of National Public Radio won the 2004 Edward R. Murrow Award in investigative reporting for radio network/ syndication service. The award recognizes his reporting on the accidental bombing of an Iraqi village by the U.S.Air Force. * Peter Byrne has moved to The North Bay Bohemian (Santa Rosa, Calif.) where he will write a weekly investigative news column/The Byrne Report." He was a staff writer at SF Weekly. * Sherry Chisenhall, managing editor of The Wichita Eagle, has been named editor of the paper. * Gary Cohn has joined the Los Angeles Times as an investigative reporter. He was the Atwood Professor at the University of Alaska-Anchorage's Department of Journalism and Public Communications. * Joe Demma has joined the South Florida Sun-Sentinel as investigations editor. He was the managing editor at The Modesto Bee. * Justin Ellis has received the Bob Drake Young Writer's Award from the Maine Press Association. He's a reporter at the Port/and Press Herald and a former IRE staff member. * Eric Eyre and Scott Finn of The Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette won the 2004 casey Medal in Project/Series (75,000-200,000 circulation) from the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism for "Closing Costs: School Consolidation in West Virginia." * Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams of the San Francisco Chronicle have received the 2004 Dick Schaap Excellence in Sports Journalism Award for their coverage of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative, or BALCO, steroid controversy. * Jim Finkle has moved from The Orange County Register to Broadcasting & Cable magazine in Los Angeles, where he is a reporter. * Robert Gammon of the Oakland Tribune won the 2004 casey Medal in Project/Series (under 75,000 circulation) from the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism for "Education on the Brink: Separate and Unequal."* Kate Garsombke has joined The Wausau (Wis. …

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