Online Journalism Awards, Multiple Categories

Five ProPublica projects, including two done in partnership with other outlets, won Online Journalism Awards from the Online News Association.

“Roots of an Outbreak” won both the 3M Truth in Science Award and the University of Florida Award in Investigative Data Journalism for a small/medium newsroom.

“Wy-Kan-Ush-Pum (Salmon People): A Native Fishing Family’s Fight to Preserve a Way of Life,” a collaboration with Oregon Public Broadcasting through ProPublica’s Local Reporting Network, won the digital video storytelling, long-form category for a large newsroom.

“A Uranium Ghost Town in the Making,” won in the digital video storytelling series category for a small/medium newsroom.

“Words of Conviction: Tracing a Junk Science Through the Justice System” won the Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award for a medium newsroom.

“Collecting the Receipts Communities Can Use,” a collaboration with Oregon Public Broadcasting and NBC News, won the Gather Award in Community-Centered Journalism for a medium/large newsroom.