Doug Pardue is a projects reporter for The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C He was part of a four-member team of Post and Courier reporters who were awarded the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for their series "Till Death Do Us Part” about domestic violence killings in South Carolina. His work as a reporter also has received four National Headliner Awards, a George Polk Award, two ASNE Best Newspaper Writing Awards, a Robert F. Kennedy Citation, The Silver Gavel Award, a Dart Award, a first place SPJ award for non-deadline reporting and a Gerald Loeb Citation. He also was part of a Roanoke Times (Va.) team who were 1990 Pulitzer Prize finalists for coverage of the year-long Pittston Coal strike. Before joining The Post and Courier, Pardue served as investigations editor for USA Today. He also has served as a projects and investigations editor at The Tampa Tribune and The State (Columbia, S.C.). He is married with three daughters and eight grandchildren.