LA Times journalists stage 1-day strike after newspaper signals more layoffs – Press Enterprise

Los Angeles Times journalists are conducting the first newsroom union work stoppage in the 142-year history of the newspaper Friday, one day after management disclosed that substantial layoffs were coming…

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Ohio Newspaper Accuses Columbus Police of Refusing to Release Records Around Officer Shootings, Use of Force

The Columbus Dispatch has filed a complaint asking the Ohio Supreme Court to make a local police department comply with state public records laws, Jordan Laird reports. The complaint accuses…

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Online hate campaign directed at Las Vegas newspaper

NEW YORK —  A Las Vegas newspaper is being viciously attacked online for its coverage of an alleged murder of a retired California police chief, either because of a misunderstanding or…

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Raid On Kansas Newspaper Marion County Record Likely Broke The Law, But Which One?

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A central Kansas police chief was not only on legally shaky ground when he ordered the raid of a weekly newspaper, experts said, but it may…

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Kansas Newspaper Raid: Seized Items to Be Returned to Marion County Record

The top prosecutor in Marion County, Kan., said on Wednesday that there was not sufficient evidence to support a raid on a local newspaper last week, and that all the…

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