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How should local journalism show its value?
What a local news revolt looks like
How local reporters covered the Vegas massacre from Mesquite, Nevada
How errors undercut one newsroom's ambitious coverage of the opioid epidemic
Dissatisfied with the national media's frame, Appalachia finds its own voice
Telling stories that show the 'real life-or-death consequences' of the health bill
Local news's scattershot approach to covering the Russia allegations
Online news outlets employing more women than print, TV: Report
Lakota journalists fill a void left by the national media
Photographing Chicago's violence
CJR launches edition dedicated to local news
Subscribers fight Wisconsin governor's plan to axe magazine
Can this alt-weekly stay critical of its new owner?
A backstage look at "Why Cops Shoot," Tampa Bay Times' extraordinary investigation
Covering Arkansas' rush of executions
Local newspapers sounded the alarm over the GOP health care plan
A Washington mayor billed a newspaper for an interview. The paper pushed back.
After merger, Spirited Media touts 'local BuzzFeed' ambitions
Trump 'had said nothing.' Then the Kansas City Star published its editorial.
Covering the retreat from town hall