Dateline: Danger! was an engaging adventure strip that ran in papers from 1968 to 1974, and that had a good run in The Menomonee Falls Gazette. It was by John Saunders, who had loads of newspaper strip credits to his name, and Al McWilliams, who did tons of stuff in the Bronze Age, like Justice Inc. for DC, The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. for Gold Key, and Lomax for Atlas.
Mostly it was about Troy and Danny Raven, a couple of crusading journalists, and certainly towards the end of the strip could've also been referred to as Dateline: Soap Opera, as quietly groundbreaking black character Danny generally took over the stories, alongside his cantankerous Gramma Raven and trouble-seeking little brother Lee Roy. But as they were all more likeable than square jawed old Troy, no one seemed to mind too much.
McWilliams, meanwhile, contributes pitch-perfect photorealistic art to Saunders' tight scripts, and the whole thing's a lot of fun. Especially when you notice Al's classic newspaper strip artist's ploy of cutting to a street scene with an attractive babe walking by, every time there's a chunk of exposition to be got through.
And here's a nice interview with Al from the time, discussing the challenges inherent in drawing what was then referred to as an 'integrated' strip: