Best sports writer:Tom Archdeacon
Best news writer:Cornelius Frolik
Best public service:Dayton Daily News, "The Path Forward"
Best investigative reporting:Josh Sweigart and Jeremy Kelley, "Teacher Misconduct" (Nearly 600 teachers disciplined; 125 had licenses revoked last year in Ohio)
Best full-page design:See today's ePaper
“Our team is working very hard every day to produce in-depth investigations and local news and reporting that our readers can’t get anywhere else and it is good to see their work recognized as some of the best in Ohio,” said Editor Jim Bebbington.
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WHIO-TV Channel 7 staff are finalists in five categories in the TV competition: best producer, Emily Gay; best weathercast, McCall Vrydaghs and Kirstie Zontini; best newscast; and best digital presence.
Work by the staff at AM 1290 and News 95.7 WHIO radio was named as finalist in three categories in the radio competition: Best spot news coverage for “School Violence”; best newscast and best digital presence.
Cox Media Group Ohio owns the newspaper, TV and radio stations.
Winners in each category will be announced at the annual Ohio APME awards banquet May 4 in Columbus.