Cohn won for "Sick," which explored America's faltering health care system. * Keith Bradsher and six other New York Times reporters won the 2008 Grantham Prize for Excellence in Reporting on the Environment for "Choking on Growth," a 10-part series that examined the environmental impact of China's economic development. * Hal Bernton and David Heath of The Seattle Times were awarded the Clark Mollenhoff Award for Excellence in Investigative Reporting for "The Favor Factory" which exposed a system where congressional members received campaign contributions in return for securing funds for private companies. * Charles Duhigg of The New York Times won the 2008 Sidney Hillman Foundation Journalism Award for newspaper reporting for "Golden Opportunities," a six-part investigative series on how businesses and investors profit by scamming the elderly. * Jason Grotto and Scott Hiaasen won the 2007 Harry Chapin Media Award in the newspaper category for "Poverty Peddlers," a piece that investigated the financial dealings of the Miami-Dade Empowerment Trust. * Chris Henao, formerly an investigative producer at KHOU-Houston, is now the executive producer of the investigative team at KCTV-Kansas City, Mo. * Kimberly Kindy, formerly an investigative reporter with the San Jose Mercury News, has joined The Washington Post national staff as an accountability reporter focusing on the federal government and the 2008 campaign. * Julie Kramer's "Stalking Susan," received a starred review from Publishers Weekly and was featured as a "Sizzling Summer Read" by People. * Ray Ring of High Country News won the 2008 Sidney Hillman Foundation Journalism Award for magazine reporting for "Death in the Energy Fields."