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    Special Honors Awards Indiana Journalist of the Year John Russell Indianapolis Star

    Indiana Student Journalist of the Year Caitlin Johnson Indiana University Student Media

    Professional Categories 6-A: Spot News Reporting

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation greater than 40,000) First: Jon Seidel, Post-Tribune, “This is It” Second: Star Staff; Indianapolis Star: “Bayh Resigns” 6-B: Spot News Reporting

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000) First: Abby Tonsing, Sarah Morin and Christy Mullins; The Herald-Times, “Toxicology Tests

    Planned in Student’s Death” 6-C: Spot News Reporting

    Non-daily Newspaper First: Austin Considine; NUVO Newsweekly; “Permanent Midnight: Are Property Tax Caps a

    Bad Idea for Hoosiers?”

    7-A: Non-Deadline Reporting Daily Newspaper (with circulation greater than 40,000)

    First: Marisa Kwiatkowski; The Times of Northwest Indiana; “Deadly Grip” Second: Rich Bird and Lauri Harvey Keagle; The Times of Northwest Indiana; “Bi-State Shooter

    Investigation” Third: Ken Kusmer; The Associated Press; “Flooding - FEMA Buyouts” 7-B: Non-Deadline Reporting

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000) First: The Herald Bulletin Staff; The Herald Bulletin; “Colts Return to Anderson” Second: Brandi Watters; The Herald Bulletin; “A Great Sacrifice” Third: Laura Lane; The Herald-Times; “The Courage of Strangers”

    7-C: Non-Deadline Reporting Non-daily Newspaper

    First: Lori Lovely; NUVO Newsweekly; “Coyote Ugly: Indiana DNR Reverses Its Position on Wildlife Penning”

    Second: Summer Wood; NUVO Newsweekly; “Mounting Toll: Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, Mental Health, Both Key Issues”

    Third: Donald L. Ward; Roundabout Madison; “Vindicated Visionary”

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    8-A: Coverage of Government or Politics Daily Newspaper (with circulation greater than 40,000)

    First: Ken Kusmer; The Associated Press; “Indiana Welfare - Attorneys” Second: Jon Seidel; Post-Tribune; “Gary’s $1 Million Parking Lot” Third: Sarah Tompkins; The Times of Northwest Indiana; “George Pabey’s Downfall” 8-B: Coverage of Government or Politics

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000) First: Dave Stafford; The Herald Bulletin; “Teacher Contract Mired in Accusations”

    8-C: Coverage of Government or Politics Non-daily Newspaper

    First: Daniel S. Comiskey; Indianapolis Monthly; “If He Can Make it There…” Second: Michael Rubino; Indianapolis Monthly; “The Invisible Mayor” Third: Austin Considine; NUVO Newsweekly; “Blue Dog Underdog: On the Road with Brad

    Ellsworth”

    9: Series First: Dann Denny; The Herald-Times; “Easing the Journey” Second: Christina Wright, Brandi Watters, Justin Schneider, Dave Stafford and Aleasha Sandley;

    The Herald Bulletin; “Teens, Alcohol and Drugs” Third: Marisa Kwiatkowski; The Times of Northwest Indiana; “Thin Blue Line” 10: Editorial Cartoon First: Gary Varvel; Indianapolis Star;“May I See Some ID?” Second: Tim Campbell; Current in Carmel; “Cases” Third: Tim Campbell; Current in Carmel; “FRA-GEEEEEEE-LAY”

    11: Editorial First: Dan Carpenter; Indianapolis Star; “Legislators Finally Got the Message” Second: Bill Strother; The Herald-Times; “System Fails Ill Homeless Who Are Too Well for

    Hospital” Third: Rebecca Troyer; The Herald-Times; “Will You ID Me? Will You ID Me, When I’m 64?” Honorable Mention: Tom Schuman; BizVoice Magazine; “Township Tales: We’ve Got to Get This

    Right” 12: Personal Column First: Bob Kravitz; Indianapolis Star; “Sports Columns” Second: Dave Kitchell; Logansport Pharos-Tribune;“Butler Story Had Great Beginning” Third: David Hoppe; NUVO Newsweekly; “Ballard Over a Barrel / The Black Expo Shootings /

    High School is Boring” Honorable Mention: Blake Sebring; The News-Sentinel; “Staring Down an Ex-NHL’er / K’s Know

    What it Takes to “Buy” Title / Concussions Take Hockey to...” 13-B: Headline Writing - News

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000) First: Dave Kitchell; Logansport Pharos-Tribune; “Parish Thought of Local Impact; Pet Project;

    Absence” Second: Penny Reid; The Herald-Times; “Little Piggy / Emergency / Trustee”

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    14-A: Headline Writing - Features Daily Newspaper (with circulation greater than 40,000)

    First: Patrick Maman; Post-Tribune; “Guarding Environment in His Nature / Life Steeled Her Long Before / Hawking Their Wares”

    14-B: Headline Writing - Features Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000)

    First: Staff; The Hearld Bulletin; “Held hears Hall call at long last” Second: Staff; The Hearld Bulletin; “Big Dey has big night” 14-D: Headline Writing - Features

    Magazine, special-interest pub. or periodical First: John Nalley; Angie’s List Magazine; “Paws to enjoy dog days’ stellar nights”

    15-A: Feature Daily Newspaper (with circulation greater than 40,000)

    First: Kyle Neddenriep; Indianapolis Star; “Becoming the Man” Second: Robert King; Indianapolis Star; “Can a Boxer Beat the Odds” Third: Will Higgins; Indianapolis Star; “Cautious Game-Changer” Honorable Mention: Pete Nickeas; The Times of Northwest Indiana; “Toxic Situation”

    15-B: Feature Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000)

    First: Dann Denny; The Herald-Times; “Two Guys, One Bullet” Second: Pete DiPrimio; The News-Sentinel; “Homestead Grad Relishes Second Chance” Third: Dave Stafford; The Herald Bulletin; “Miracle Diet” Honorable Mention: John Dempsey; Pharos-Tribune; “Gift From God”

    15-C: Feature Non-daily Newspaper

    First: Wayne Bertsch; NUVO Newsweekly; “10 Years of Punk Rock Night”

    15-D: Feature Magazine, special-interest pub. or periodical

    First: Devon Haynie; Indianapolis Monthly; “The Man Who Mugged My Parents” Second: Tony Rehagen; Indianapolis Monthly; “Between Friends” Third: Nancy Comiskey; Indiana Alumni Magazine; “Rooted in Memory” Honorable Mention: Debra Kent; Bloom Magazine; “Bernstein in Bloomington”

    16-A: Investigative Reporting Daily Newspaper (with circulation greater than 40,000)

    First: John Russell; Indianapolis Star; “Duke/IURC Scandal” Second: Christine Kraly and Marc Chase; The Times of Northwest Indiana; “Power of Waste” 16-B: Investigative Reporting

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000) First: Christina M. Wright; The Herald Bulletin; “Urban League Under Fire”

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    16-C: Investigative Reporting Non-daily Newspaper

    First: Fran Quigley; NUVO Newsweekly; “Series: Hoosier Robot Killers / Drone Warfare Pt. 2 / Home Grown Drones”

    Second: Austin Considine; NUVO Newsweekly; “Series: Prime Parking / City Parking Plan, Revisited”

    16-D: Investigative Reporting Magazine, special-interest pub. or periodical

    First: Michael W. Hoskins; Indiana Lawyer; “Stepping Down (Series of Stories on Indiana Supreme Court Vacancy)”

    17-A: Sports Reporting

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation greater than 40,000) First: Mark Alesia, Tim Evans and Heather Gillers; Indianapolis Star; “IUPUI Investigation” Second: Mark Lazerus; Post-Tribune; “He Makes All the Difference” Third: Mark Lazerus; Post-Tribune; “The Finances of Football” Honorable Mention: Terry Hutchens, Bob Kravitz, Jeff Rabjohns and Phil Richards; Indianapolis

    Star; “John Wooden” 17-B: Sports Reporting

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000) First: Zak Keffer; Greenfield Daily Reporter; “The Long Road Back” Second: Dustin Dopirak; The Herald-Times; “Out of the Shadow” Third: Dustin Dopirak; The Herald-Times; “Desert Hoosier” Honorable Mention: Jeremy Price: The Herald-Times; “No More Head Games” 17-C: Sports Reporting

    Non-daily Newspaper First: Andrew Roberts; NUVO Newsweekly; “Mass Ave Crit: Downtown Races Bring Out

    State’s Best Cyclists” 17-D: Sports Reporting

    Magazine, special-interest pub. or periodical First: Chris Korman; Bloom Magazine; “Reflections of a Sports Writer” Second: Tony Rehagen; Indianapolis Monthly; “How Does Brad Stevens Compete?” Third: Pete DiPrimio; Homes & Lifestyles of South-Central Indiana; “The Dog’s Day” 18-B: Arts/Entertainment Feature

    Daily Newspaper (with circulation less than 40,000) First: Marcela Creps; The Herald-Times; “Festival Final a Comedy of Nerves” Second: Peter P. Jacobi; Bloomington Herald-Times; “Class With a Master” Third: Peter P. Jacobi; Bloomington Herald-Times; “Noe Takes Risks / Music Review: Noe +

    Chamber Orchestra” 18-C: Arts/Entertainment Feature

    Non-daily Newspaper F