Dart Award Winner

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    Hiroshima's Survivors

    A 4-part series introducing listeners to living survivors of the atomic bomb blast.  Originally aired on PRI's The World in 2006.

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    Return to Sarajevo

    "Return to Sarajevo" was produced by the BBC and syndicated on US stations. The winning team includes correspondent Allan Little and producers Peter Burdin and Philippa Goodrich.

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    The Days After

    A series about the murder of eight women in Louisiana's Acadiana. Originally published in the Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, LA), on Aug. 7, 2005.

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    Homicide in Detroit

    A six-part series that takes a deep look at the impact of homicide on family, police, bystanders and the city itself. Originally published in the Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), in 2004.

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    Rape in a Small Town

    The story of a 15-year-old girl raped by a popular classmate and of the devastating aftermath for her, her family, and her town. Originally published in the Providence Journal (Providence, RI), in 2003.

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    Legacy of Love and Pain

    The story of Angela Hudson, who barely survived after her estranged husband set her on fire, and of the effects of the attack on her family. Originally published in the Houston Chronicle (Houston, TX), in 2002.

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    The Short Life of Viktor Matthey

    An article depicting the unhappy life of a Siberian boy whose violent death is told against the larger story of his birth parents, the orphanage that briefly shelters him, and his abusive adoptive parents in America. Originally published in the Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ), on October 28, 2001.

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    The Joseph Palczynski Story

    A two-part series from The Baltimore Sun on the lives of six women serially victimized by one man's extremes of physical and psychological abuse.

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    Who Killed John McCloskey?

    A compelling series on the suspicious death of an 18-year-old man arrested and placed in the care of a mental institution, the cover-up that followed, and the family's on-going grief and confusion.  Originally published in The Roanoke Times in June, 1999.

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    Victim's Parents Celebrate a Life

    A four-part series about a Colorado family whose only son was murdered in the Columbine High School shootings, coverage that explored the long-term effects through survivors in Peducah and Jonesboro. Originally published in the Denver Post in June, 1999.

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    A Stolen Soul

    A sensitive and thorough portrayal of Yong Jones' struggle to bring her son's murderer to justice against the backdrop of her cultural beliefs. Originally published as a series in the Portland Press Herald, Portland, ME, in May and June, 1998.

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    The Woman Who Wouldn't Die

    The first-person story of a woman who survived years of abuse and hours of torture by her husband.  Originally published in the Palm Beach Post on December 6, 1998.

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    Children of the Underground

    Part 1 of a Dart Award-winning account of the hidden network that shelters youngsters escaping from sexual or physical abuse at home — real or alleged — and a judicial system perceived as unwilling or unable to help them. Originally published in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette in December, 1997.

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    Path of a Bullet

    A chronicle of the toll that a single 22-cent bullet exacted on individual victims and the broader community.  Originally published in the Press-Telegram, Long Beach, CA, on November 10, 1996.

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    Oklahoma City Bombing

    Winner of a Dart Award for its extensive coverage of the aftermath of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, coverage that helped readers connect to the lives of individual victims, survivors and families. Originally published in The Daily Oklahoman between April and November, 1995.

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    The Test of Fire

    For its unsentimental focus on Emmett Jackson's recovery from the arson death of his wife and child and his own extensive injuries. Originally published in the Austin American-Statesman in two parts on Sept. 4, 1994, and Sept. 5, 1994.

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    Malignant Memories

    Debra McKinney documents the spirited growth of three women as they transcend the tragedies of incest that haunted their lives.  Originally published in the Anchorage Daily News on June 6, 1993.