The Tribune reports on the experiences of a group of staffers who among them sponsor a total of 12 children through "four of the largest and best-known child sponsorship organizations - Save the Children, The Christian children's Fund, Children International and Childreach."

September 11 spawned some special journalistic responses, including a volunteer pose as a garbage hauler.

The Miami Herald used surveillance journalism to reveal presidential candidate Gary Hart's affair with Donna Rice.

In their Pulitzer Prize winning series, St. Petersburg Times writers Lucy Morgan and Jack Reed reveal the corruption within the Pasco County Sheriff's Department, starting with John M. Short.