STUDIO CITY ( — CBS2, KCAL9 and KNX 1070 Newsradio were recently honored with a dozen Golden Mikes from the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California.

The 66th annual Golden Mike Awards, which were announced at a Saturday night ceremony, honored news organizations for excellence in local broadcast journalism.

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Winning CBS2 News stories included a David Goldstein investigation into the water waste happening at federal facilities, a feature on a California Highway Patrol officer’s recovery from being struck by a car while on duty, and a flight down memory lane that never left the ground.

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KCAL 9 News was honored for a feature about military veterans finding refuge in caring for sick and injured birds.

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KNX 1070 Newsradio brought home five Golden Mikes for its regular features such as KNX Afternoon News, KNX Traffic on the 5s and KNX Money Hour. Southern California’s only 24-hour AM news station was also honored for its breaking news coverage of an officer-involved shooting in Studio City and an in-depth look at drones.