* Congratulations to former CBS 3 local anchor and one-time Daily News film critic ("Anchorman") Alycia Lane (left). Alycia, who now co-anchors "Today in L.A." for NBC4, after some unpleasantness on the East Coast, won an Edward R. Murrow Award for writing a TV news story chronicling the effects of the rare genetic disorder Angelman Syndrome, a condition that affects one in 20,000 children.

Alycia said she hoped that the award would draw attention to the syndrome. "That's our duty as journalists," she said. "To shed light on stories no one knows about."