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AltWeekly Awards

2010 News Story-Short Form Above 50,000

1st Place: The Barry Archives, Harriette Walters, and Fire Brass by Mike DeBonis , Washington City Paper
2nd Place: Local Activists Crusade to Cut Circumcisions, Hacking Pact, and Tapped Out by Chris Faraone , Boston Phoenix
3rd Place: The Valley's Galaxy of Goo, Wrinkles at Runkle Canyon, and Brentwood's Toxic Grave by Michael Collins , L.A. Weekly

2010 News Story-Short Form Below 50,000

1st Place: Regime Change, Fighting Fire, and The Association by Nicholas Deshais , The Inlander
2nd Place: The Wrong Man, Cleaning the Big House, and Late Aid by David Winkler-Schmit , Gambit
3rd Place: Watching Over Witnesses, Kentucky History X, and The Corn That Grew From Concrete by Phillip Bailey , LEO Weekly
Honorable Mention: Kennel No. 1, Ordinance Ignored, and Greyhound Runaround by Tim Vanderpool , Tucson Weekly

2009 News Story-Short Form Above 50,000

1st Place: Midwest Oil Mining a Crude Idea, Local Couples Fight for Gay Rights and Holly Collins Returns by Beth Walton , City Pages (Twin Cities)
2nd Place: Killers in the Can, Burn Baby Burn, and Voter Fraud Ahead by Francisco Alvarado , Miami New Times
3rd Place (tie): Secret Police, Crime and Prejudice and Graybar Hotel by Ted McDonough , Salt Lake City Weekly
3rd Place (tie): Godzilla Versus Mothra, Nuclear Fallout, and Vicious Circle by Sarah Phelan , San Francisco Bay Guardian

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