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JOE — California Journalism Awards Print Wildfire Feature Coverage – Dailies: 50,001 & over,Dailies: 15,001 – 50,000

2020 California Journalism Awards
Print Wildfire Coverage Winners

Dailies: 50,001 & over,Dailies: 15,001 – 50,000

 

First-place and second-place plaques will be shipped directly to the winning publications in the coming weeks.

Personalized certificates will also be mailed to winners in each category.

A complete list of all California Journalism Award winners will be provided on May 18th.

 

Circ Group(s)Category NameAwardOrganizationCityEntry TitleCredits
Dailies: 50,001 & over,Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Wildfire Feature CoverageFirst PlaceLos Angeles TimesEl SegundoPeople in this town didn't have much. Then fire took it awayMaria L. La Ganga
Dailies: 50,001 & over,Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Wildfire Feature CoverageSecond PlaceLos Angeles TimesEl Segundo'This monster of fire' burns a devastating path through one family's Sierra empireThomas Curwen
Dailies: 50,001 & over,Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Wildfire Feature CoverageThird PlaceThe Fresno BeeFresno85-year-old fled Creek Fire without husband's ashes or pets. 'My life is in that burnt area'Carmen George
Dailies: 50,001 & over,Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Wildfire Feature CoverageFourth PlaceSan Francisco ChronicleSan FranciscoSan Francisco Chronicle: LNU Fire NarrativeLizzie Johnson, Matthias Gafni
Dailies: 50,001 & over,Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Wildfire Feature CoverageFifth PlaceThe Desert SunPalm SpringsDesert Sun: As Joshua Trees burn, reminders of climate changeMark Olalde
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