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2011 Public Service Above 50,000

1st Place: City of Airheads by Patrick Range McDonald , L.A. Weekly
Honorable Mention: Domestic Violence Coverage by Ronni Mott, Lacey McLaughlin, Donna Ladd, Kamikaze, Casey Purvis and Sophie McNeil , Jackson Free Press

2010 Public Service Above 50,000

1st Place: Wild Rides by Paul Knight , Houston Press
2nd Place: Ten Pieces on Why it Would be a Disaster for Chicago to Host the 2016 Olympics by Ben Joravsky , Chicago Reader
3rd Place: Los Angeles on $300,000 a Year by Patrick Range McDonald, Tibby Rothman, Daniel Heimpl and Jill Stewart , L.A. Weekly

2010 Public Service Below 50,000

1st Place: Smell Test by Dan McGraw, Peter Gorman and Jeff Prince , Fort Worth Weekly
2nd Place: Two Lakes by Adam Lynch, Ward Schaefer, Todd Stauffer and Donna Ladd , Jackson Free Press
3rd Place: TVA Ash Spill by Charles Maldonado and Frank Carlson , Metro Pulse

2009 Public Service Above 50,000

1st Place: Heroin by Robbie Woliver, Tim Bolger and Michael Martino , Long Island Press
2nd Place: Selling You by Craig Malisow , Houston Press
3rd Place: Detroit's Big Burn by Curt Guyette , Metro Times

2009 Public Service Below 50,000

1st Place: The Jackie Walker Story, Local Hero and A Promise Kept by Betty Bean , Metro Pulse
2nd Place: Hot Wired, The Series by Greg Harman , San Antonio Current
3rd Place: The Fayetteville Shale Play by Gerard Matthews, David Koon and John Williams , Arkansas Times
Honorable Mention: Reportage of the Rochester, NY Public Defender Search by Christine Carrie Fien, Jeremy Moule and Mary Anna Towler , City Newspaper

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