2020 California Journalism Awards - Print Division

In-Depth Reporting ( Weeklies: 25,001 & over)Back

  • Place Name: First Place
    Contestant Name: Thousand Oaks Acorn
    Entry Title: Invisible T.O.
    Entry Credit: Dawn Megli
    Judge Comment: This was a strong and competitive division, but the Acorn nonetheless clearly stood out above the rest with its very thorough reporting, including extensive reporting from the field, and very clear writing into a topic that may be the most profound facing California today and for coming years.
  • Place Name: Second Place
    Contestant Name: Santa Barbara Independent
    Entry Title: One Santa Barbara Deputy, Five Violent Deaths
    Entry Credit: Tyler Hayden
    Judge Comment: None
  • Place Name: Third Place
    Contestant Name: Metro Silicon Valley
    Entry Title: California Gets Devastating Welcome to Era of Megafies
    Entry Credit: Jennifer Wadsworth
    Judge Comment: None
  • Place Name: Fourth Place
    Contestant Name: Monterey County Weekly
    Entry Title: Tara Reade, Joe Biden's accuser—the local connection
    Entry Credit: Mary Duan, Sara Rubin, Asaf Shalev
    Judge Comment: None