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Copeland started his career with the City News Bureau of Chicago in 1980 and later was a reporter at Scripps' late El Paso Herald-Post in Texas and Latin America correspondent and Pentagon correspondent for Scripps Howard.
Garnett eventually recovered from the attack and moved on to the City News Bureau of Chicago.
Arnold Dornfeld, night news editor of Chicago's now defunct City News Bureau that inspired The Front Page, left his mark on reporters passing through.
The City News Bureau of Chicago, which expired March 1 awash in nostalgia, was legendary for its hard-nosed approach, epitomized by the saying: "If your mother says she loves you, check it out.
Spangler began his career as a reporter at City News Bureau of Chicago.
Toomey joined the paper as a reporter in 2003 after stints with City News Bureau in Chicago and the Daily Herald of Arlington Heights, Ill.
This year's Lifetime Achievement Award winners are: veteran photographer Bob Black, Chicago Sun-Times, formerly of the Chicago Defender; theater critic Richard Christiansen, formerly of the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Daily News; William Mullen, Pulitzer prize-winning reporter from the Tribune; Pam Zekman, Emmy award-winning investigative reporter at CBS2 Chicago, who won a Pulitzer at the Tribune as well; and City News Bureau managing editor Paul Zimbrakos, who joined the wire service in 1958 and continues to mentor fledgling reporters there today.
Shaw resigned as chief political reporter for WLS-TV in January, capping off a 37-year news career that included stints with WMAQ-TV, the Chicago Sun-Times and the City News Bureau.