However, the 1974 death of Katherine Butler (longtime owner and publisher of the Evening News) led to the placement of the Evening News properties in a blind trust (since Butler left no heirs).
This trust company then sold the newspaper to its current owner, Berkshire Hathaway in 1977.
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