“This award is for the entire station — the result of KING 5’s dedication to investigative journalism. I’m thrilled to be bringing this back to Seattle,” said Susannah Frame, KING’s investigative reporter after accepting the award.
In Sick and Forgotten in Hanford, Susannah Frame, KING investigative reporter, and photojournalist Steve Douglas exposed the decades-long injustice of the federal government denying worker compensation claims to nuclear workers, made sick from exposure to chemicals and radiation at the most toxic worksite in America, the Hanford Nuclear Site in Washington State.
The investigation led to passage of the first state law designed to open the door for sick Hanford workers to obtain badly needed medical care and compensation.
“This award is for the entire station — the result of KING 5’s dedication to investigative journalism. I’m thrilled to be bringing this back to Seattle,” said Frame after accepting the award.
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