*** Kacey Larson scrutinizes the focus of a medical story in Burying Alzheimer's, In Life and In Media.
In When the Watchdog Sleeps, Mallory Cole asks why a negligent girlfriend was not scrutinized more by a Cedar Rapids Gazette story.
Heather Lamb wants to see clearer reporting in an Iowa City crime story when Revealing Too Little Leads to Too Many Questions.
In Finding a balance between the citizen and the journalist, Alecia Brooks asks what distinctions are made by editors when using citizen journalists.
In Who Made Who?, Cole Cheney examines levels of disclosure when news organizations face possibly conflicts of interests in reporting.
Lars Headington lauds the approach of a New York Times reporter whose put his Focus on money, not rhetoric behind policy.