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Ken Stoffregen, a printer and graphic arts teacher in suburban Chicago, passed away peacefully on Sept. 7. more
Former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw died Sept. 7 of pneumonia unrelated to COVID-19, Shaw's family announced in a statement. Shaw was 82. more
Anne Garrels, longtime foreign correspondent for NPR, died on Wednesday, Sept. 7, of lung cancer. She was 71 years old. more
The charisma and upbeat attitude Carroll Quinn embodied served him well in managing what can be a tough part of the newspaper industry: circulation. more
Tom Andrews, retired publisher of the Picayune Item in Mississippi and president of the Mississippi Press Association from 2007-2008, has died. more
Subramaniam Harihar, a longtime journalist in Malaysia who covered the country’s period of extraordinary economic growth for The Associated Press, has died at age 79. more
The British photographer was wounded four times while covering the war and inspired Dennis Hopper’s character in "Apocalypse Now." more
Bryce Nelson, a former Los Angeles Times reporter and a longtime professor at USC’s journalism school, where he served as director in the 1980s, died Saturday of complications from Parkinson’s disease, his family said. He was 84. more
A journalist who ran an online local news program was shot to death Monday in southern Mexico, making him the 15th media worker killed so far this year nationwide. more
Jim Angell, a former Associated Press Wyoming correspondent and Wyoming Press Association executive director, died Wednesday. He was 64. more
Marcus Eliason, an international journalist whose insightful reporting, sparkling prose and skillful editing graced Associated Press news wires for almost a half-century, has died. He was 75. more
WFLA Chief Photojournalist Paul Lamison passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 3, after suffering a heart attack. He was just 57 years old. He leaves behind a wife, daughters and several siblings. more
William H. “Bill” Howe, publisher emeritus of the (Prairie du Chien) Courier Press and 2018 inductee to the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame, died Friday, July 22, at the age of 99. more
Bill Donovan, a prolific journalist who covered the Navajo Nation for five decades at newspapers in New Mexico and Arizona, has died. He was 76. more
Jerry Ceppos, a distinguished editor and educator, died Friday following an illness. He was 75. more
As an independent public radio producer for decades, he revived the Bob & Ray comedy team for a new generation of fans and hosted a nationally syndicated series of discussions about politics. more
Kathleen (Kitty) Vance, a long-time newspaper advertising executive of more than 35 years, died July 9 in Annapolis, Maryland. She was 77. more
Tim Giago, the founder of the first independently owned Native American newspaper in the United States, has died at age 88, his former wife said. more
Cynthia Schur, who served as the first female publisher of the Santa Maria (California) Times and its sister papers for 16 years and through two owners, died July 12 after a short battle with brain cancer. more
Eugenio Scalfari, who helped revolutionize Italian journalism with the creation of La Repubblica, a liberal daily that boldly challenged traditional newspapers, died July 14. He was 98. more
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