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Ike McAnally of the Cleveland News reports the story about a respected chemist was killed in an automobile explosion.
Reporter Clayton Maxwell of the Butte Standard reports on the deadly prescription of murder in the case of the Jittery Killer.
New York reporter Justin Riordan of the Niagara Falls Gazette in a case of the little boy's nightmare.
Reporter Martha Strayer of the Washington Daily News goes to the death house to get a story and becomes convinced of the innocence of a prisoner. She succeeds in getting a review of his case and a presidential pardon.
Boise, Idaho Associated Press reporter Walter Beesley is the only man to whom a murderer will confess. Beesley does not feel that he can give the evidence that would convict the man until the victim's father reminds him that he is forgetting about the innocent dead girl.
Reporter Keeler McCartney of the Atlanta Constitution attempts to clean up a lottery racket in this week's Pall Mall award winning Big Story.
Reporter Jack Hoins of the Wisconsin State Journal and his story "The Kid Who Met a Killer" is this week's Pall Mall award winning Big Story.
Reporter Marshall Morgan of the Nashville Banner and his Big Story "Merry Christmas from the Magi" is this week's Pall Mall award winning story.
Reporter Ralph Goll of the Detroit Free Press opened up a twenty-five year old case and found a man framed for the murder of a woman.
Reporter Charles Wells of the Erie (Pa.) Daily Times and the married couple case of for better or worse.
Reporter Ella Fleishman of the Omaha World-Herald is the Pall Mall award winner.
Reporter William F. Carmichael of the Cincinnati Times Star is this week's Pall Mall award winner.
William Allen White of the Emporia (KS) Gazette is this week's Pall Mall award winner.
Reporter Guy J. Housley of the Chicago Daily News is this week's Pall Mall award Big Story winner.
Reporter Carl De Bloom of the Columbus (Oh.) Dispatch is this week's Pall Mall award winning Big Story.
Reporter Frank McCulloch of the Reno (Nv.) Gazette reported the case of the murdered wealthy real estate agent and the fearful hotel desk clerk who knew who asked for the .22 automatic.
Reporter Albert I. Prince of the Hartford Times broke the story of a prominent meteorologist who was found dead in bed by his wife, the ruling was chloroform poisoning.
Reporter Jack Heise of the Seattle Post Intelligencer is this week's Pall Mall award winning Big Story.
Chief Larkin reveals a most unusual case Joe Carton and Shoe Box Sadie mother and son shoplifters that lead to murder but prove of the crime was not found that led reporter John Kamps of the Butte Daily Post to them for another crime and a life sentence.
Reporter Nolan Bullock of the Tulsa Tribune tracked down a big time bootlegger while uncovering the mysterious roadside death of a man is this weeks Pall Mall Award winning Big Story.
Reporter Ruth Mugglebee of the Boston Record-American gets a call about the brutal attack of a socialite and spends the last moments with the dying woman, her intuition leads her to a simple watch robbery and two brothers gone bad.
Reporter Allen Kohan of the Omaha World Herald helped police track down a killer of a girl by asking the right questions at the gas station.
Reporter Ernie Hood of the Alameda Times-Star discovered a racketeer preying on the merchants of Alameda, California.