City Pages takes eight Page One Awards

class=img_thumbleft>The Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists presented its annual Page One Awards at a banquet last night. In the only annual contest that pits City Pages against the local dailies, CP took home eight citations in all--including five first-prize entries: Long Feature (Safe Child Syndrome by Beth Hawkins); Investigative Reporting (The Hit Parade Revisited by Paul Demko and G.R. Anderson Jr.); Best Website Special Report ( "New Orleans Survivor Stories"); Sports Feature ("King of the Hill"; and Graphics/Art & Illustration ("Everything You Know About Taxes is Wrong").

There's a full list of winners following the jump.

FIRST PLACE WINNERS Best Website Special Report: New Orleans: Survivor Stories by City Pages Staff Newspaper - Long Feature: Safe Child Syndrome by Beth Hawkins Newspaper - Investigative: The Hit Parade Revisited by Paul Demko and G.R. Anderson Jr. Newspaper - Sports Feature: King of the Hill by Britt Robson Newspaper Graphics - Art and Illustration: Everything You Know About Taxes is Wrong illustrated by Dan Picasso and Nick Vlcek

SECOND PLACE WINNERS Best Website: Newspaper Photojournalism - Feature: Safe Child Syndrome photographed by David Fick

THIRD PLACE WINNER Newspaper - Sports Column: What Happened? by Britt Robson