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Daniel J. Gross

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Greenville
Journalist — Greenville News
Covers:  human interest, law enforcement, police brutality, general features, crime, investigative, policing, public safety, fire, police, enterprise, criminal justice, cops, ems
Investigative watchdog journalist for @GreenvilleNews & @USATODAY Network - crime, justice, public safety. Husband. Father. dgross@gannett.com, 864-381-4182

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Biography

I am a Crime Reporter for the Herald-Journal in Spartanburg, S.C. I previously worked as a Cops Reporter for The Frederick News-Post in Frederick, Md. and a Crime and Courts Reporter for The Gazette in Prince George's County, Md.

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@DanieljGross — 3,095 followers, 16,158 tweets

Some #breaking (personal) news: Our daughter, Hanna Grace, was born into the world Friday morning. 6 pounds 12 ounces of pure joy. So grateful, and we’re glad she’s in our arms. pic.twitter.com/efORKFvNUR
“I really feel like God put me there at that time," Bannister said. "He wanted me to be late that day.”
In 1933, George Green wasn't wanted where he lived, so he was killed. Sobering and powerful story from @eslafleur on the racist past of Greenville County and the South, and a new initiative to bring attention to racial terror.  https://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/2019/10/16/community-remembrance-project-draw-attention-greenville-sc-history-racial-terror/3928048002/ 
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Awards

MDDC Press Association Editorial Award

2012 - General News Story

MDDC Press Association 1st place award for General News Story: "Living Among Sex Offenders"