The Washington Post was honored with this year’s Sigma Delta Chi Award in two categories: Deadline Reporting and Immersion Journalism. Presented by the Society of Professional Journalists, the awards recognize outstanding work published in 2019.

The Post received an award in the Deadline Reporting (Daily Circulation of 100,001+) category for reporting on the El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio mass shootings. This coverage focused on the victims and their families, as well as the new challenges faced by Americans due to these acts of gun violence.

In addition, The Post’s “12 seconds of gunfire” was honored in the Immersion Journalism category. The virtual reality experience tells the true story of a school shooting, capturing the thoughts and feelings of a child who has witnessed tragedy and as a result, is dealing with its devastating effects.

The full list of winners is available here.