Highlights from 2015’s Online Journalism Awards: Winners include coverage of Baltimore riots after Freddie Gray’s death and Charlie Hebdo attacks

At the 2015 Online Journalism Awards, news organizations including Reported.ly, The Baltimore Sun and The Wall Street Journal took home awards for coverage of events such as the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the riots in Baltimore following Freddie Gray’s death. Reported.ly won the award for “breaking news, small” for its real-time coverage of Charlie Hebdo, while The Baltimore Sun won in “breaking news, medium” for its coverage of the Baltimore riots. The Wall Street Journal visual staff won an award for its markets and finance interactive graphics in the category of “excellence and innovation in visual storytelling, large.”