Bill Landauer brought insight, humor and craft to his work as a general assignment reporter at the York (Pa.) Daily Record/Sunday News. He now works at the Allentown (Pa.) Morning Call.
As a general assignment reporter for the Daily Record, he covered news and feature stories ranging from military issues to post traumatic stress disorder to cat-shaving season to a man in love with skunks. He contributed to an investigative report detailing flaws in York County's nuclear-plant evacuation plans that won a statewide award in 2012. A profile he wrote about a rodeo doctor was honored in the same contest and, he said, "reinforced why often as a reporter you need to just shut up and keep your eyes open."
Landauer has a BA in English from Shippensburg University and an MA in creative writing from Wilkes University. He started his 15-year career as a sportswriter at The Evening Sun in Hanover, and later worked as a reporter for The Daily Citizen-News in Dalton, Ga. and the Federal Times before moving to the Daily Record.
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Judges described this multimedia feature story in the York Daily Record (PA) as "moving" and "compassionate." It explores the lasting impact of trauma on one community nine years after the 2003 shooting at Red Lion Junior High that left the principal and shooter dead. Originally published in April, 2012. An interactive version of this story can be found here.
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