Biloxi and Sacramento captured America's enduring fatigue with an endless pandemic. Lexington painted vivid pictures of doctors and nurses battling to save unvaccinated patients in rural hospitals. Columbia described the struggles of a 76-year-old woman evicted from the church-owned home where she had lived for a quarter-century.
Miami’s Jacqueline Charles and El Nuevo’s Jose Iglesias headed to Haiti in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake that struck a decade after another quake killed 300,000. Biloxi captured the arrival of Hurricane Ida, with help from Raleigh, Myrtle Beach and the McClatchy Publishing Center.
Kansas City launched Reimagined Print with a captivating cover story and immersive graphics that pulled readers from the print product to kansascity.com. And the national real-time team and the Raleigh News & Observer gave exhausted readers a breather with the lighter side of the news.
These are only a few examples of tremendous work done by our newsrooms.
Read on for more of our extraordinary journalism.