Reporter sues for JonBenet notes p.12

By: Editorial Staff A former reporter who had covered the JonBenet Ramsey murder case for the Boulder, Colo., Daily Camera is in court battling her former employer for the right to keep documents related to the case.
Allison Krupski, who led coverage for many months, claims she has the right to keep the materials and says she was defamed in a Daily Camera article that said she stole $15,000 worth of newspaper documents. Newspaper attorneys say the material is theirs since it was collected on the job.
Drivers get pay hike
Truck drivers at the New York Daily News received a sizeable pay hike through arbitration, which could mean wage increases for other union workers. Arbitrator J.J. Pierson said that members of the Newspaper and Mail Deliverers Union were entitled to a 16.9% pay hike over a three-year period, according to The New York Times. The ruling follows smaller wage hikes for the paper's six other craft unions, which recently agreed to raises of less than 3%.


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