CBS-owned KCBS-TV, KCAL-TV and KNX-AM were honored on Jan. 23 with a dozen Golden Mike Awards from the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California, recognizing excellence in local broadcast journalism. KCBS won for David Goldstein’s investigation into water waste at federal facilities and a feature on a California Highway Patrol officer who was hit by a car while on duty. KCAL won for a feature about military veterans finding refuge in caring for sick and injured birds. KNX-AM earned five Golden Mikes for breaking news coverage of an officer-involved shooting and regular features, such as KNX Afternoon News, KNX Traffic on the 5s and KNX Money Hour.
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