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“Journalism is fundamentally a human endeavor provided by people with a calling. They are driven to follow the facts no matter where they lead.”

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Meet some of the journalists who press on for you every day.

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Bill Torpy

  • Metro Columnist
  • Southside Chicago Native
  • 40-year Journalist
  • Truth Seeker
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Carrie Teegardin

  • Investigative
  • Pulitzer Prize Finalist
  • Mother of Two
  • Voice for the Voiceless
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Wilborn P. Nobles III

  • Atlanta City Hall
  • Louisiana State University Grad
  • Budding Gardener
  • Government Watchdog
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Patricia Murphy

  • Politics
  • Atlanta Native
  • A Twin with Twins
  • Second-Generation Journalist
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Kelly Yamanouchi

  • Business
  • Harvard Grad
  • Airport Expert
  • ASNE-APME First Amendment Award Winner
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Michael Cunningham

  • Sports
  • University of Louisville Grad
  • Dog Dad
  • Stats Guy
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Ligaya Figueras

  • Food & Dining
  • University of Michigan Grad
  • Food-Gifting Neighbor
  • Avid Soccer Player
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Bill Rankin

  • Courts
  • Product of Atlanta Public Schools
  • Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame
  • Defender of the First Amendment
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Ernie Suggs

  • Civil Rights
  • North Carolina Central University Grad
  • National Association of Black Journalists
  • Embraces Cultural Pride
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Tia Mitchell

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Florida A&M Grad
  • Fitness Enthusiast
  • Political Watchdog
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John Perry

  • Data Specialist
  • Cherokee Nation Citizen
  • State Champion Bike Racer
  • Father and Family Man
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