The US local newspaper won the Pulitzer Prize for mass shots in its own newsroom.
However, there was no celebration to learn that Maryland's Capital Gazette won the most prestigious award in American journalism.
Employees quietly embraced five colleagues in June 2018 when a shooting rampage ensued.
The Pulitzers also went to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal to investigate Trump President.
The Capital gadget of Anapolis won the Pulitzer Prize award for coverage and courage, facing one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in US history.
The Pulitzer board awarded $ 100,000 in grants to promote newspaper journalism.
Employees John McNamara, Wendi Winters, Rebecca Smith, Gerald Fischman and Rob Hiaasen were killed in the summer attacks last summer.
However, employees still published newspapers the next day.
A man with an old grudge against the capital gadget was attacked. He did not admit guilt last year.
The application of weapons of mass destruction netted Pulitzers for two different local newspapers.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette received a breaking news in November that the Pennsylvania Synagogue made 11 deaths in an "immersive and compassionate" report of last October's attacks.
And South Florida Sun Sentinel was killed at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Pulitzer, where he reported on weapons of mass destruction in February 2018.
It received a Public Service Award to "demonstrate the failure of schools and law enforcement officials before and after a fatal shooting rampage."
The New York Times won a prize for explanatory reporting and editorial writing on Trump's financial and tax evasion.
The Walst Journal won a national report to unveil the secret secret of the president against two suspects during his campaign.
The Washington Post also won two Pulitzer prizes for photojournalism for Yemen and criticism.
Reuters has been investigated for killing 10 Rohingya men in a village in Rakhine Province, Myanmar.