- Fitzgerald named executive editor of 3 newspapers Updated: May-22-15 6:34 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The chief editor of the Beaver County Times in western Pennsylvania is moving east to take a new job overseeing three newspapers in the Philadelphia area.
- Hawaii pays off lawyers' fees for Honolulu newspaper Updated: May-22-15 4:30 pm
HONOLULU - Hawaii Gov. David Ige has approved the state's last payment to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, bringing an end to a legal battle that began when the newspaper sued to force officials to disclose the names of judicial nominees.
- UK tabloid reporter found guilty in bribery case Updated: May-22-15 1:16 pm
LONDON - A British tabloid reporter accused of paying police for news tips has been found guilty of aiding and abetting public office misconduct.
- Tribune Publishing completes purchase of San Diego paper Updated: May-21-15 7:43 pm
SAN DIEGO - Tribune Publishing Co. said Thursday that it completed its purchase of San Diego's dominant newspaper from real estate developer Douglas Manchester for $85 million.
- Gunn named editor of The Virginian-Pilot Updated: May-21-15 4:54 pm
NORFOLK, Virginia - Virginia's largest newspaper will soon have a new editor.
- Newspaper: Lobbyist continues to influence Brownback Updated: May-21-15 1:48 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - A lobbyist who was once Gov. Sam Brownback's chief of staff continues to have influence with the governor and his administration, according to emails obtained by The Wichita Eagle.
- French school newspaper threatened over Charlie Hebdo issue Updated: May-21-15 1:28 pm
PARIS - Teachers, parents and media freedom activists are urging police action after death threats against a French teenager over a school newspaper issue about the extremist attack against satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.
- Newspaper seeks ruling to allow appeal of reporter subpoena Updated: May-20-15 3:00 pm
ELKHART, Indiana - A northern Indiana newspaper fighting to keep one of its reporters off the witness stand in a murder trial has asked a court to allow it to file an appeal over a subpoena before a final judgment is issued in the case.
- Collection of recent editorials from Oklahoma newspapers Updated: May-19-15 2:53 pm
A collection of recent editorials from Oklahoma newspapers:
- Marjorie Miller promoted to new leadership role at AP Updated: May-19-15 12:26 pm
NEW YORK - Marjorie Miller, a veteran journalist and newsroom leader, has been promoted to Director of Global News and Enterprise for The Associated Press.
- Trial of Washington Post reporter in Iran to start next week Updated: May-19-15 7:44 am
TEHRAN, Iran - The trial of a Washington Post reporter detained in Iran for nearly 10 months will begin next week, a defense lawyer representing the Iranian-American journalist said Tuesday.
- Nevada Appeal celebrates 150 years of local news Updated: May-18-15 2:02 pm
CARSON CITY, Nevada - The Nevada Appeal is just several months younger than the state itself and like Nevada last year, the newspaper recently reached its own sesquicentennial milestone.
- Michigan AP media organization elects members Updated: May-17-15 2:12 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Rob Davidek, program and news director at WWJ-AM in Detroit, was elected president of the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors association for 2015-16 at the group's annual convention Sunday.
- Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contest Updated: May-17-15 2:11 pm
DETROIT - Newspapers in Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson were named the best in the state Sunday in the annual Michigan Associated Press Media Editors newspaper competition.
- Wyoming justices side with newspaper in public meetings case Updated: May-14-15 7:22 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The Wyoming Supreme Court sided Thursday with The Sheridan Press in the newspaper's effort to report on planning for a multipurpose center, ruling the Sheridan school board must release the minutes of closed-door meetings in which it discussed the facility.
- Kill badgers, save the fish: Prince Charles' secret letters Updated: May-13-15 2:37 pm
LONDON - The Patagonian Toothfish has a friend in the future king of England - that's one lesson from the British government's release Wednesday of previously secret letters written by Prince Charles to government officials.
- William Zinsser, author of 'On Writing Well,' dies at 92 Updated: May-12-15 7:35 pm
NEW YORK - William Zinsser, the much-consulted teacher, author, journalist and essayist whose million-selling book "On Writing Well" championed the craft of nonfiction and inspired professionals and amateurs to express themselves more concisely and vividly, died Tuesday at age 92.
- Excerpts from recent editorials in Illinois newspapers Updated: May-12-15 1:25 pm
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- Journal editor to head education foundation Updated: May-12-15 9:19 am
TUPELO, Mississippi - Lloyd Gray, executive editor of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal for 23 years, is leaving the newspaper to become executive director of The Phil Hardin Foundation.
- Former CIA officer sentenced to 3½ years in Iran leaks case Updated: May-12-15 5:28 am
ALEXANDRIA, Virginia - The list of leakers sent to prison for exposing government secrets is one name longer with Monday's 3 ½-year sentence for former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling.
- Manny Marquez, former Hobbs News-Sun editor, dies Updated: May-11-15 1:57 pm
HOBBS, New Mexico - The Hobbs News-Sun has announced that Manny Marquez, an award-winning sports reporter and its former editor, has died.
- Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapers Updated: May-11-15 10:04 am
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- Newspaper: California bullet train fare estimate a bargain Updated: May-10-15 9:25 pm
LOS ANGELES - A newspaper analysis has found that the most recent estimate of the cost to ride California's bullet train from Los Angeles to San Francisco is a bargain at an average of $86.
- Chicago district still falling short on monitoring athletes Updated: May-10-15 1:42 pm
CHICAGO - The nation's third-largest school district isn't tracking academic eligibility of basketball players as well as it should, despite pledging to do better in the wake of a 2014 scandal, the Chicago Sun-Times reported over the weekend.
- Newspaper: Most Chicago DUI checkpoints in minority areas Updated: May-09-15 2:38 pm
CHICAGO - The Chicago Police Department has set up far more roadside sobriety checkpoints in minority communities in recent years than it has in predominantly white communities, a Chicago Tribune investigation has found.