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The Las Vegas Sun has received numerous accolades from a variety of media organizations in the paper's 58 year history.
Sun series ‘Grace Through Grief’ wins prestigious national Dart Award
Sun series ‘Grace Through Grief’ wins prestigious national Dart Award
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Last year, the Las Vegas Sun presented a series that followed the family of Arturo Martinez-Sanchez as they rebuilt their lives after the killings of Arturo's wife and daughter. Today, the Sun was awarded...
Las Vegas Sun, Weekly websites win elite online journalism awards
Las Vegas Sun, Weekly websites win elite online journalism awards
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
The websites of the Las Vegas Sun and Las Vegas Weekly were recognized Wednesday for excellence in online journalism by industry trade journal Editor & Publisher.
Greenspun Media Group takes most honors in Nevada Press Association contest
Greenspun Media Group takes most honors in Nevada Press Association contest
Sunday, September 29, 2013
The Greenspun Media Group, which publishes the Las Vegas Sun, Las Vegas Weekly, VEGAS INC and Las Vegas Magazine, was recognized Saturday as the top media organization in the state by the Nevada Press Association. At the organization’s annual awards presentation, the publications garnered 96 awards ...
The Sun, LV Weekly, VEGAS INC snag nearly 100 awards in Nevada press contest
The Sun, LV Weekly, VEGAS INC snag nearly 100 awards in Nevada press contest
Sunday, September 23, 2012
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The Sun’s yearlong project chronicling efforts to improve Clark County’s most-troubled public schools has been named the best story of the year by the Nevada Press Association. Judges said the project, “The Turnaround: Inside Clark County Schools,” “is what newspapers were meant to do.” They congratulated the paper for applying long-form storytelling to a digital format, and using videos and graphics, to offer a broad review “of complex matters that are at the core of the public interest.” “If more newspapers emulated the Sun, our republic would be well served,” judges concluded.
Sun’s website named best in the country; photographer’s sports photo also honored
Sun’s website named best in the country; photographer’s sports photo also honored
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
A national media organization has named LasVegasSun.com the best newspaper website in the country, marking the fourth year out of the past five that the Sun’s webpage has won national honors from its peers for its online presentation of news.
Sun’s Demirjian earns national award for congressional coverage
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Karoun Demirjian, the Sun’s Capitol Hill correspondent, was named by her peers Wednesday night as the nation’s top regional correspondent covering Congress. The honor, the David Lynch Memorial Regional Reporting Award, is given by the Washington Press Club Foundation to a newspaper reporter whose work provides an understanding of the inner workings of Congress and explains how its actions affect a local community.
‘Do No Harm’ headlines 34 awards for Las Vegas Sun
‘Do No Harm’ headlines 34 awards for Las Vegas Sun
Saturday, October 15, 2011
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The Nevada Press Association on Saturday honored the Las Vegas Sun with 34 awards, including 14 first-place prizes involving investigative projects, feature writing, opinions and design, as well as for serving the community and upholding freedom of the press.
Sun’s ‘Do No Harm’ hospital series garners new acclaim
Monday, April 18, 2011
The Las Vegas Sun’s series on hospital care continued its run of accolades Monday, honored as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for local reporting while also receiving the top journalism award from the National Institute for Health Care Management.
'Do No Harm' series, Sun website earn national distinction
Monday, March 28, 2011
One of the nation’s largest and oldest journalism awards programs has honored the Sun for two accomplishments — citing the series “Do No Harm: Hospital Care in Las Vegas” as the finest example of print journalism in 2010, and crediting LasVegasSun.com for the best example of innovative journalism for its pioneering efforts to elevate the level of online discussion among readers.
Sun wins journalism awards for investigative hospital care series
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
The series “Do No Harm: Hospital Care in Las Vegas,” which revealed how patients are infected or injured while hospitalized, has been recognized by two journalism organizations — one specializing in business reporting and the other in health care coverage.
Sun reporters win another national journalism award for investigative hospital care series
Friday, March 18, 2011
A second national prize for investigative reporting has been awarded to reporters Marshall Allen and Alex Richards for their series in the Sun that explored how patients are infected or injured while hospitalized.
Nation can't afford failure of free press
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Brian Greenspun: Where I Stand: Investigative reporting contributes to an informed citizenry
What would we do without us?
Sun reporters win investigative reporting award for hospital series
Sun reporters win investigative reporting award for hospital series
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Two journalists who reported and wrote the Sun series “Do No Harm: Hospital Care in Las Vegas” have been awarded the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, sponsored by Harvard University’s Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy.
Sun wins national media award for telling the story of gambling addiction
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
The Las Vegas Sun has won a national broadcast journalism award for its examination of gambling addiction, becoming the first print-based news organization to receive the award for multimedia storytelling.
Las Vegas Sun captures international online journalism awards
Monday, November 1, 2010
The Las Vegas Sun and Greenspun Media Group received two major awards Saturday night from the world's largest association of online journalists.

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