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AltWeekly Awards

2003 News Feature Above 50,000

1st Place: Killer on the Loose by Mike Sula , Chicago Reader
2nd Place: Dirty or Duped by Mark Donald , Dallas Observer
2nd Place: A Trial in Tulia by Liliana Ibara , The Texas Observer
3rd Place: Drugstore Cowboys by Justin Berton , East Bay Express
Honorable Mention: The Bishops Set Me Up! by Jason Cherkis, Joe Dempsey, Sarah Godfrey, David Morton, Annys Shin, Chris Short, Elissa Silverman and Erik Wemple , Washington City Paper

2003 News Feature Below 50,000

1st Place: Schenectady Calling by Nancy Guerin , Metroland

2002 News Feature Above 54,000

1st Place: Miracles and Pain by Celeste Fremon , L.A. Weekly
3rd Place: Shades of Gray by Multiple Authors , Phoenix New Times

2002 News Feature Below 54,000

1st Place: Louisiana Lockdown by Katy Reckdahl , Gambit

2001 News Feature Above 54,000

1st Place: The Crack Issue , Washington City Paper
2nd Place: This Boy's Life by Denise Hamilton , New Times Los Angeles
3rd Place: Cruel and Unusual by Bruce Rushton , Riverfront Times

2001 News Feature Below 54,000

1st Place: The Gray and the White by Nate Blakeslee , The Texas Observer
2nd Place: Lessons in Neglect by Betty Brink , Fort Worth Weekly
3rd Place (tie): I Think I Had Sex... Today by Betty Brink , Fort Worth Weekly
3rd Place (tie): Huntsman's Odessa Syndrome , The Texas Observer

2000 News Feature Above 54,000

1st Place: West-Side Story by Molly Rath and Brennen Jensen , Baltimore City Paper
2nd Place: Back to Reform School by Molly Rath , Baltimore City Paper
3rd Place: Up Against the Oil by Monte Paulsen , Metro Times

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