@portlandmercury news reporter (doug@portlandmercury.com, 503-688-2300). Past: @ClevelandScene, other publications, Kent State JMC, Hiram College, Ann Arbor...

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RT @mslopatto: @sarahjeong update: she has explained bitcoins in a way I now understand. bitcoin is math beanie babies. thank u.
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Police Chief Danielle Outlaw agrees with a civilian board that a PPB sergeant violated policy when he threatened to arrest @bkerensa for legally filming cops at a protest. Outlaw's first decision on a Citizen Review Committee case.  https://www.portlandmercury.com/blogtown/2018/01/16/19609174/chief-outlaw-sides-with-civilian-oversight-board-agrees-a-sergeant-should-be-disciplined-for-wrongly-threatening-an-activist 
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Awards

Society of Professional Journalists Award

2012 - Region 4 Mark of Excellence Awards
NEWSPAPERS (LARGE) - IN-DEPTH REPORTING: *First Place: “The courting of Jason Cope: Behind the scenes of a $1 million withdrawal” by Doug Brown, Kent State University. *Second Place: “Board highlights praise, hides criticism in Lefton evaluation” by Doug Brown and Rex Santus, Kent State University. NEWSPAPERS (LARGE) - SPORTS WRITING: *First Place: “90ksu reached with help of departmental money” by Doug Brown, Kent State University. NEWSPAPERS (LARGE) - BREAKING NEWS REPORTING: *Third Place: "'Cope Court' donor withdraws $1 million gift" by Doug Brown, Kent State University. ONLINE (LARGE) - ONLINE IN-DEPTH REPORTING: *First Place: “The courting of Jason Cope: Behind the scenes of a $1 million withdrawal” by Doug Brown, Frank Yonkof and Rachel Kilroy, Kent State University. *Second Place: “Board highlights praise, hides criticism in Lefton evaluation” by Doug Brown and Rex Santus, Kent State University. ONLINE (LARGE) - ONLINE SPORTS REPORTING: *First Place: “90ksu reached with help of departmental money” by Doug Brown, Kent State University.

Society of Professional Journalists Award

2012 - National Mark of Excellence Awards
NEWSPAPERS (LARGE) - IN-DEPTH REPORTING: National Finalist: “The courting of Jason Cope: Behind the scenes of a $1 million withdrawal” by Doug Brown, Daily Kent Stater, Kent State University. ONLINE (LARGE) - ONLINE IN-DEPTH REPORTING: National Finalist: “The courting of Jason Cope: Behind the scenes of a $1 million withdrawal” by Doug Brown, Frank Yonkof & Rachel Kilroy, KentWired.com, Kent State University. ONLINE (LARGE) - ONLINE SPORTS REPORTING: National Finalist: “The courting of Jason Cope: Behind the scenes of a $1 million withdrawal” by Doug Brown, Frank Yonkof & Rachel Kilroy, KentWired.com, Kent State University.