AltWeekly Awards

2010 Column Above 50,000

1st Place: The MCSO and the Rape Victim, City Raids Pastor's Home, and I Won't Be Home for Christmas by Sarah Fenske , Phoenix New Times

2009 Election Coverage Above 50,000

2nd Place: ohn McCain's Fame is Based on His POW Status, But He Has Abandoned Fellow Veterans by Amy Silverman , Phoenix New Times

2009 Investigative Reporting Above 50,000

1st Place: Prescription for Disaster by John Dickerson , Phoenix New Times

2006 Drugs Reporting Above 50,000

2nd Place: "The Perfect Drug" by Sarah Fenske, Robert Nelson, Jimmy Magahern, Paul Rubin and Joe Watson , Phoenix New Times

2006 Feature Story Above 50,000

1st Place: "Baby Man" by Joe Watson , Phoenix New Times

2006 News Story-Long Form Above 50,000

3rd Place: Cross to Bare by Robert Nelson , Phoenix New Times

2003 Column-Political Above 50,000

1st Place: by Robert Nelson , Phoenix New Times

2002 News Feature Above 54,000

3rd Place: Shades of Gray by Multiple Authors , Phoenix New Times

2002 News Story-Short Form Above 54,000

Honorable Mention: Cop Out by Amanda Scioscia , Phoenix New Times

2000 Feature Story Above 54,000

Honorable Mention: The Terminator by Amy Silverman , Phoenix New Times

1999 Investigative Reporting Above 54,000

2nd Place: The Money Changers by Terry Greene Sterling , Phoenix New Times

1998 Environmental Reporting Above 54,000

1st Place: Dark Days on Black Mesa by John Dougherty , Phoenix New Times

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