Among the awards won by The Tribune:
>> First, second and third place for best general news reporting. The first place award went to a story by Brooke Adams and Melinda Rogers examining the legal case building against Josh Powell before he killed himself and his sons in a fire in Washington.
>> First, second and third in investigative reporting. The top award was for the UTOPIA series written by a team of Tribune reporters led by Tony Semerad and Vince Horiuchi.
>> Best editorial, for the newspaper editorial board's endorsement of President Barack Obama in the 2012 election.
>> First, second and third in featuring reporting, with the top award going to a profile of a high school basketball player who is also a young mother, written by Kyle Goon.
>> First and second in best news series, with The Tribune's coverage of Josh Powell taking the top award.
>> Best feature series, for coverage of Utah health companies' innovations in the face of health-care reform, by Kirsten Stewart.
>> Best column, to metro news columnist Peg McEntee.
>> First, second and third to Tribune sports columnists Gordon Monson, Kurt Kragthorpe and Bill Oram. The trio also won the trifecta for best sports story.
>> Best sports photo by Chris Detrick, a shot taken immediately after the University of Utah defeated Brigham Young University in football.
>> Best front page.
>> Best sports page.
The best news website award went to the Provo Daily Herald.
Best spot news coverage went to The Spectrum in St.George for its coverage of a man wanted for murder in Colorado who stole a commercial jet in St. George and committed suicide before getting the plane off the ground.
The Daily Utah Chronicle at the University of Utah won for best news photograph.