KUER Brings Home Multiple Awards From The Colorado Pro Chapter — Society of Professional Journalists Competition
KUER brought home three first place, three second place and one third place win in the the Colorado Pro Chapter — Society of Professional Journalists Competition. The region includes journalists from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
State Street received a first place award for podcasts, and Lexi Peery secured a first place award for her work on the story about the Manti Temple Renovation. Sent Away also received a first place award for its investigative podcast on the troubled teen industry in Utah.
Second place wins include Sonja Hutson’s story about Utah’s tech industry, Jon Reed’s piece about the Webb Telescope and Lexi Peery, Tim Slover, Renee Bright and Elaine Clark for their work on how target shooting causes wildfires.
View the full list of KUER’s awards below, or check out the full list of regional winners.
Reporters: Sonja Hutson, Emily Means, Caroline Ballard, Chelsea Naughton, Roddy Nikpour, Elaine Clark, Renee Bright
Reporters: Jessica Miller, David Fuchs, Will Craft, Curtis Gilbert as part of an investigative partnership between KUER, The Salt Lake Tribune and APM Reports
Locals Weigh Historic Preservation And Modernization As Manti Temple Faces Renovation
Reporter: Lexi Peery
Utah’s Tech Industry is Growing. Its Lobbyists Say Utah Needs Socially Progressive Laws To Keep It Going.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
Science and Technology Feature
Utah scientists play key roles in the Webb Telescope, before and after launch
Reporter: Jon Reed
From Finger To The Flame: How Target Shooting Cause Wildfires
Reporters: Lexi Peery, Tim Slover, Renee Bright, Elaine Clark
How Can Your Voice Be Heard In Utah Politics?
Illustrator: Renee Bright
Utah and the Climate Crisis
Reporters: Pamela McCall, Lexi Peery, Jon Reed, Ivana Martinez, Caroline Ballard, Sonja Hutson, Emily Means, Renee Bright, Edgar Zúñiga, Elaine Clark, Ross Terrell