DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Morning News swept the daily newspaper awards as the Press Club of Dallas awarded its 2018 Hugh Aynesworth Awards for Texas Journalists.
The News took the awards for feature reporting, investigative reporting and sports feature reporting, along with the award for public service.
Public radio station KERA-FM in Dallas took three of the four radio awards - for investigative reporting, feature reporting and criticism.
The awards were presented at a dinner Saturday in Irving, Texas.
Here is a list of winners and finalists of the 2018 Hugh Aynesworth Awards for Texas Journalism:
Frank L. Christlieb, Dallas Morning News
"What Kind of Father," June 15, 2017
Naomi Martin, Dallas Morning News,
"Speaking up for Kara" March 23, 2017
Cary Aspinwall, The Dallas Morning News
"What Happened to Tony Timpa?" Sep. 20, 2017
Sports Feature Reporting
Michael Florek, The Dallas Morning News
"The Faith He Carries," Sept. 27, 2017
Monte Walker, Howe Enterprise
"Two Howe Ladies Blessed to Survive Las Vegas Weekend," Oct. 9, 2017
Charlotte Huffman and Mark Smith, WFAA
"Criminal Caretakers," Nov. 16, 2017
Lori Brown, Vicki Chen, KDFW Channel 4, April 10, 2017
TV Feature Reporting
Brian Curtis, KXAS
"Love and Loss: Kenny Goss Remembers George Michael," Feb. 27, 2017
A Hero's Past: Lost and Found
Courtney Friedman, KSAT TV 12, May 29, 2017
TV Spot News Reporting
Patty Santos, KSAT TV 12
"Singing and praise. Then gunfire." Nov. 6, 2017
Courtney Collins and Jessica Diaz-Hurtado, KERA
"One Crisis Away/No Place to Go"
Radio Feature Reporting
Bill Zeeble and Stella M. Chavez, KERA
"The Changing Face of Schools," March 8, 2017
"The Effort to Bring Back Vinyl Records"
Hady Mawajdeh, Art and Seek, KERA, Feb. 16, 2017
"Building Houston's Super School"
Reporter, Laura Isensee, Houston Public Media, Nov. 8, 2017
Radio Spot News Reporting
David Brown, The Texas Standard
"Vignettes From A Disaster: Galveston After Harvey," Aug. 31, 2017
Reporter, Rachel Osier Lindley,
"In A Houston Emergency Room, It Was A Week Like No Other"
KERA, Sept. 2, 2017
Jerome Weeks, KERA
"Art & Seek," Aug. 16, Sep. 14 and Oct. 25, 2017
Christopher Collins, The Texas Observer
"Death From Above," April 17, 2017
Magazine Feature Reporting
Skip Hollandsworth, Texas Monthly
"The Day The Fire Came," July 2017
"The Leadership of Wilshire Baptist Church"
Reporter, Keri Mitchell, The Advocate, Nov. 28, 2017
Shelby Allison-Hibbs, Katy Lemieux, Mark Lowry, Theater Jones
"Lee Trull Accused of Misconduct," Dec. 5, 2017
Digital News Editorial Opinion
Bethany Erickson, Candy's Dirt
"And Now, the Hard Part of Righting Dallas' Racial Wrongs Actually Begins," Dec. 5, 2017
Digital News Criticism
Mark Lowry, Theater Jones
"Outside the Lines - Water Tower Theater Hit the Wall," Aug. 8, 2017
Dallas Morning News
Cary Aspinwall,"Women in Jail," June 27 and Dec. 3, 2017
"Dallas ISD's Needs Won't Disappear But You Can Help"
Bethany Erickson, columnist, Aug. 23, 2017
"Monday Night Politics"
Mollie Belt, Publisher and Editor, March 16, March 30, 2017 (and throughout the calendar year)
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