Bill Moushey, 44, has been an investigative reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette since 1985. His stories have included a series revealing abuses within the federal witness protection program; uncovering corruption on the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; and revealing dreadful health care conditions in the state prison system.
A native of Canton, Ohio, Moushey is a 1976 journalism graduate of Kent State University. Before joining the Post-Gazette, he was an investigative reporter at WPXI-TV and editor of Pittsburgher Magazine.
His Post-Gazette reports have won numerous national and local awards. His 1996 series "Protected Witness" was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He was awarded the National Press Club’s Freedom of Information Award. He also received honorable mention for The Newspaper Guild’s Heywood Broun Award for reporting about society’s underprivileged.
Moushey lives in Shaler with his wife and two children.
Bob Martinson, 51, has been a local news editor at the Post-Gazette since 1993 and has worked with reporters covering Grant Street, higher education, religion and minority affairs.
Before joining the Post-Gazette, he was a regional editor at The Pittsburgh Press. He also has worked at newspapers in California, Oregon, Washington and Tennessee and was a member of the Longview (Wash.) Daily News staff that received the Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. A native of Tacoma, Wash., he is a 1969 economics graduate of the University of Washington.
He and his wife, Post-Gazette Food Editor Suzanne Martinson, live in Ross and have a daughter attending Michigan State University.