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Bridge staff sweeps online news, investigative prizes for coverage of Flint, misuse of welfare money and more
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A timeline of the disaster so informative it was used in official investigations, and the exposure of the likely underreporting of deaths caused by Legionnaires’ disease, are lauded by two groups.
Renewed investment from the Knight Foundation, together with ongoing support from readers and philanthropy, will help Bridge expand its mission to provide in-depth, substantive reporting across the state of Michigan.
Joel Kurth has produced award-winning, game-changing enterprise and investigative reporting at publications across Michigan
Chastity Pratt Dawsey was honored for reporting on a variety of issues, including Flint and education in Detroit and Michigan.
Bridge Magazine earned “Newspaper of the Year” honors for the second straight year and won 19 total awards in the Michigan Press Association’s annual statewide journalism competition.
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