'L.A. Times' Nets Five Pulitzer Prizes

The Los Angeles Times wins five Pulitzer Prizes, led by awards for its coverage of the catastrophic wildfires that ravaged Southern California last fall. The Blade of Toledo, Ohio, won the Pulitzer for investigative reporting. Arts winners included novelist Edward P. Jones for The Known World and composer Paul Moravec for his piece Tempest Fantasy. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports.

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