- Dave Hedge stepping down as Abilene publisher Updated: Mar-05-14 9:52 pm
- Rebekah Brooks denies covering up tabloid hacking Updated: Mar-05-14 3:09 pm
- Anthony named AP's Asia-Pacific news director Updated: Mar-05-14 11:56 am
- Anna Johnson named deputy of AP's West region Updated: Mar-05-14 11:55 am
- Finalists named in Michigan APME newspaper contest Updated: Mar-05-14 10:36 am
- Piers Morgan emailed support to Brooks on hacking Updated: Mar-04-14 10:32 am
- Groton schools chief restricts media access Updated: Mar-04-14 6:12 am
- TV winners in annual Texas AP Broadcasters contest Updated: Mar-03-14 1:12 pm
- Some families shooting for laughs in obituaries Updated: Mar-02-14 12:30 pm
- Wilson's Perry finds outlet through journalism Updated: Mar-02-14 11:00 am
- Ukraine gets look at fugitive leader's documents Updated: Feb-28-14 5:58 pm
- 6 NC newspapers win General Excellence Awards Updated: Feb-27-14 8:22 pm
- Asheville, Charlotte, newspapers honored by AP Updated: Feb-27-14 7:22 pm
- US ambassador urges China to respect human rights Updated: Feb-27-14 12:45 pm
- Assailant hacks ex-Hong Kong editor with cleaver Updated: Feb-26-14 5:32 pm
- Finalists announced in Ohio APME newspaper contest Updated: Feb-26-14 4:32 pm
- Union: TV reporter fired over on-air handstand Updated: Feb-25-14 4:14 pm
- AP names chief of AP's Arabic language service Updated: Feb-24-14 2:35 pm
- Former Los Angeles Times editor Thomas dies Updated: Feb-24-14 12:43 pm
- Justice Dept. revises media rules Updated: Feb-21-14 8:55 pm
- White House bars media from Dalai Lama meeting Updated: Feb-21-14 7:55 pm
- WVU journalism school to usher in new name July 1 Updated: Feb-21-14 3:09 pm
- Versatile TV newsman Garrick Utley dies at 74 Updated: Feb-21-14 11:05 am
- John Breen, UConn journalism professor, dead at 71 Updated: Feb-20-14 1:13 pm
- Ravi Nessman named deputy for AP's South region Updated: Feb-20-14 10:55 am
ABILENE, Texas - Dave Hedge is resigning after 2½ years as president and publisher of the Abilene Reporter-News.
LONDON - Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks on Wednesday denied covering up the wide extent of phone hacking at the newspaper, but acknowledged paying a PR guru 1 million pounds "in part" to stop allegations against the tabloid's editors coming out in court.
NEW YORK - Ted Anthony, an award-winning journalist who has reported from 20 countries and pioneered innovative cross-platform story-telling at The Associated Press, has been named Asia-Pacific news director for the news cooperative.
PHOENIX - Anna Johnson, an award-winning journalist with extensive experience working in the U.S. and the Middle East, has been named The Associated Press' deputy editor for the U.S. West, overseeing coverage from 13 states.
DETROIT - Finalists were announced Wednesday in the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors 2013 newspaper competition.
LONDON - Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks said Tuesday that she received abuse and death threats after it was revealed the newspaper had hacked the voicemails of a murdered 13-year-old girl. But she also got messages of support from high-profile figures including CNN talk-show host Piers Morgan and former Prime Minister Tony Blair.
GROTON, Connecticut - A Groton school board member has criticized Superintendent Michael Graner's request that board members not speak to the media.
LANCASTER, Pennsylvania - Helen Sagerer used to tell her children that when she died, she wanted her obituary to be short and to the point.
WASHINGTON - The smallest club at Wilson High School was huddled around senior Jason Perry during an afternoon meeting in late January, listening to its leader give instructions about camera angles. The Tiger Sports Network, created by Perry just six months ago, had a busy day ahead. The four-man team would have to shoot a wrestling match and a swimming meet later that afternoon - and Perry knew exactly where he wanted each of his videographers positioned at the events.
KIEV, Ukraine - Ukrainians are getting an unfiltered look at the opulent lifestyle and alleged machinations of fugitive President Viktor Yanukovych and his top officials from thousands of documents being posted online by journalists who say it's more important to record their country's history - and document possible crimes - than hold them back for their own scoops.
CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina - Newspapers from Swansboro, Wake Forest, Waynesville, Sanford, Shelby and Fayetteville won General Excellence Awards from the North Carolina Press Association at its annual meeting Thursday.
CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina - The Asheville Citizen-Times and The Charlotte Observer are among the newspapers honored for excellence in writing and editing by The Associated Press in North Carolina.
BEIJING - The outgoing U.S. ambassador to China urged Beijing on Thursday to respect the rights of peaceful political activists and said Washington was deeply concerned about the fate of a minority scholar charged with separatism.
HONG KONG - The former editor of a Hong Kong newspaper whose abrupt dismissal in January sparked protests over press freedom is in critical condition after being hacked Wednesday by an assailant with a meat cleaver, police said.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Finalists have been announced in the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors' 2013 newspaper contest.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - A TV reporter whose unusual report on bears went viral has been fired by her station after she did a handstand on the 11 p.m. news.
CAIRO - Lamia Radi, a veteran journalist who has reported on war and transformation for three decades throughout the Middle East, has been appointed as the new chief of AP's Arabic language service, the news cooperative announced Monday.
LOS ANGELES - William F. Thomas, a former editor of the Los Angeles Times who helped the newspaper gain an international reputation and garner 11 Pulitzer Prizes during his 27-year tenure, has died.
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department announced Friday it is revising its rules for obtaining records from the news media in leak investigations, promising that in most instances the government will notify news organizations beforehand of its intention to do so.
WASHINGTON - The White House defended its decision Friday to bar reporters and photojournalists from a meeting between President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama, while acknowledging the news media's legitimate interest in covering the two leaders' encounter.
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - In a sign of the times, West Virginia University's journalism school is changing its name.
NEW YORK - Veteran TV journalist Garrick Utley, whose far-ranging career included anchoring duties as well as reporting from more than 70 countries, has died of cancer at 74, NBC said Friday.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - John Breen, a journalism professor who taught at the University of Connecticut for more than three decades, has died. He was 71.
ATLANTA - Ravi Nessman, who has covered and led award-winning news stories in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the United States, has been named The Associated Press' deputy editor for the U.S. South region, overseeing coverage from 13 states and the District of Columbia.