Abilene, TX – KTXS/KTXE

2018 Texas AP Awards

  • Photojournalism-Individual: Nick Bradshaw
  • Sportscast: Evan Nemec
  • Digital: “” – Doug Myers, Jamie Burch
  • Spot Story-Individual: “Right Before Our Eyes” – Will Jensen, Nick Bradshaw

Albany, NY – WRGB

2019 National Murrow Awards

  • Continuing Coverage: CBS6: Schoharie Limo Crash – WRGB Staff

2019 New York Associated Press Awards


  • Newscast: CBS6 News at 6:00 PM – WRGB Staff 
  • Enterprise Reporting: “Undiscovered for 5 Weeks” – Liz Bishop, Reporter 
  • Best Reporter/Anchor: Greg Floyd 
  • Public Service: “You Paid for It” – Greg Floyd 

2019 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards


  • Breaking News Coverage: CBS6: Schoharie Limo Crash – WRGB Staff 
  • Continuing Coverage: CBS6: Schoharie Limo Crash – WRGB Staff  

2019 NATAS New York Chapter Award

  • Talent Reporter – Political: CBS6 News – Greg Floyd

2019 New York Broadcasters Association Awards

  • Outstanding Evening Newscast: “CBS6 News at 6 PM” – WRGB Staff
  • Outstanding Election Coverage: “CBS6 News: Election Day 2018” – WRGB Staff
  • Outstanding Breaking News Coverage: “” – WRGB Staff
  • Outstanding LIVE On-Scene Reporting: “CBS6 News” – Emily DeFeciani, Reporter 
  • Outstanding Public Affairs Program/Series: “CBS6 News: You Paid for it” – Greg Floyd, Reporter 

2018 NATAS New York Chapter Award

  • Daytime Newscast: “CBS 6 News” – WRGB Staff

2018 New York Broadcasters Association Awards

  • Outstanding Live On-Scene Reporting: “CBS 6 News” – Reporter: Emily DeFeciani
  • Breaking News Coverage, Social and Digital: “CBS 6 News” – WRGB Staff

2018 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards


  • Breaking News: “Cohoes Massive Fire” – WRGB Staff
  • Feature Reporting: “Journey for a Comrade” – Reporter: Torie Wells
  • New Series: ” You Paid for It” – Reporter/Photographer: Greg Floyd/Mark Zwinak

Amarillo, TX – KVII

2018 Lone Star Emmy Awards

  • Silver Circle Award – Sports: Lee Baker, Sports Anchor

Ashville, NC – WLOS/WMYA

2018 RTDNAC Awards

1st Place

  • TV News Photographer of the Year: Matthew Yates
  • Sports Reporting: “No Quit in Me” – Chris Womack, Jordan Powell
  • Entertainment: “Kalimba Man” Justin Hinton, Matthew Yates

2nd Place

  • TV News Photographer of the Year: Jordan Powell
  • Education: “Inside a Lockdown Drill” – Jennifer Emert, Derek Bryant, Bill Evans, Josh Luckadoo, Ken Corn
  • Light Feature: “You Are Such a Big Girl!” John Le, Matthew Yates
  • TV News Anchor Team of the Year – Justin Hinton & Rob Bradley
  • TV News Multimedia Journalist of the Year: Chris Womack
  • Hard News Feature: “I Will Always be With You ” – John Le & Jordan Powell

2018 Regional Emmy Awards

  • General Assignment Report – 24 Hours: “You’re a Big Girl” – John Le, Reporter & Matthew Yates, Photographer

2018 National Press Photographers Accoc. Awards

1st Place

  • Station of the Year – Medium Market: Photography Staff

2017 National Press Photographers Assoc. Awards

  • Medium Market Station of the Year: Photography Staff
  • American College of Emergency Physicians
  • 1st Place

American College of Emergency Physicians Award

Journalism of Excellence
  • Reporter – “Mission Wait Times” – Kimberly King

2017 RTDNA Awards

1st Place
  • Feature Reporting: “Lungs for Life” – Aaron Adelson, John Kirtley
  • News Series: “Emergency: Waiting Insdies Missions’s ER” – Kimberly King

2017 NATAS Southeast Awards

Silver Circle
  • Career Achievement: Darcel Grimes
1st Place
  • Photography: Mathew Yates
  • Feature News Report – Serious Feature/Series: “Goodbye Charlie” – Larry Blunt, Adam Jukkola
  • General Assignment Report – Within 24 Hours: “Her Life Depends On It” – John Le, Kenneth Corn
  • Health/Science – News Series: Reporter/Photographer – “STAT: Long Waits Inside Mission’s ER” – Kimberly King, Andy Coates
  • Sports – News Single Story, Photography: “County Clash” – Matthew Yates, John Kirtley, Bill Evans, Adam Jukkola

Austin, TX – KEYE

2019 Texas Associated Press Awards


  • Weathercast: “Central Texas Winter Storm” – Avery Tomasco 
  • News Anchor Team: Walt Maciborski & Hema Mullur 
  • Sports Anchor: Bob Ballou 
  • Sports Special: “CBS Austin Sports Sunday” – Bob Ballou, Jeff Barker, Ant Geronimo 

2019 Austin Alliance for Women in Media

  • Journalist of the Year: Jordan Bontke, Reporter 
  • Television Personality of the Year: Lorena Placencia, Anchor 

2018 Lone Star Emmy Awards

  • Best Evening Newscast: “Austin Bomber Caught” – Katie Kreider, Producer
  • Societal Concerns: “Untraceable” – Walt Maciborski, Brian Bell
  • Arts/Entertainment: “Austin After Hours” – Taylor Ellison, Anne Nicholson, Budro Partida, Amy Villarreal

2018 Texas AP Broadcasters Awards

  • Weathercast: “Tracking Harvey” – Chikage Windler, Anchor
  • Deadline Editing, General News: “Living Small” – Bettie Cross, Brian Bell
  • Daytime Newscast: “Lawmakers Ambushed” – Katie Kreider, Producer
  • News Anchor or Anchor Team: Chris Saldana
  • Deadline Editing, General News: “Organized Chaos” – Melanie Torre, Brian Bell
  • Spot Story – Individual: “That’s What Neighbors Are For” – Courtney Schoenemann, German Cortez
  • Commentary – Editorial: “What Ballou Me Away” – Bob Ballou, Anchor
  • Sports Story: “Copeland Strong” – Bob Ballou, Anthony Geronimo
  • Reporter: “There’s No Such Thing As Too Much Natural Sound” – Bettie Cross, Reporter

Bakersfield, CA – KBAK/KBFX

2019 Regional Emmy Awards

  • Best Newscast: Eyewitness News at 10 – KBAK Staff 

2019 Radio & Television News Association of Southern California 

1st Place
  • Best Investigative Reporting: “CSUB’s Fake Textbook” – Kyle Harvey 
  • Best Serious Feature Reporting: “Unclaimed Bodies” – Jeff Platt 
  • Best Government & Political Reporting: “Gaming the System: Blank Budget” – Jeff Platt 
  • Best Medical & Science Reporting: “The Sinking Valley: How Much it could Cost You” – Kyle Harvey 

Baltimore, MD – WBFF

2019 National Headliner Award

1st Place

  • Feature, Sports or Human Interest Story: “Stains on the Sidewalk” – Jed Gamber & Paul Gessler

2018 Chesapeake AP Broadcasters Association Awards

1st Place

  • Best in Show: “WBFF Fox45” – Paul Gessler
  • Outstanding News Series: “Fox45 News at Ten” – Project Baltimore
  • Outstanding Photography: “WBFF Fox45” – Ruth Morton, Photographer
  • Outstanding Enterprise Reporting: “WBFF Fox45” – Joy Lepola, Investigative Reporter
  • Best Meteorologist: “WBFF Fox45” – Jonathan Myers, Meteorologist
  • Best Video Journalist/One Man Band: “WBFF Fox45” – Paul Gessler, MMJ

Beaumont, TX – KFDM

2019 Southeast Texas Press Club 

  • Best Newscast: “Hurricane Harvey: Flood of Devastation”

2018 Lonestar Emmy Awards

  • Evening Newscast: “Tropical Storm Harvey: Flood of Devastation” – Scott Lawrence, News Director

Birmingham, AL – WBMA

2019 Regional Emmy Awards 

1st Place

  • Weather Newscast: WBMA Staff 

2019 Regional Murrow Awards 

1st Place

  • Social Media: WBMA Staff 
  • Multimedia: WBMA Staff 

2019 Alabama Broadcaster Association Awards

1st Place

  • Best Breaking News: “Galleria Mall Shooting” 
  • Best Weather Anchor: James Spann

2018 Alabama Broadcaster Association Awards

1st Place
  • Best Website TV

Boise, ID – KBOI

2019 Idaho Press Club Awards

  • Crime and Courts Reporting: CBS 2 News – Alexis Goree, Reporter & Chase Duckworth, Photographer 
  •  Consumer Reporting: CBS 2 News – Brent Hunsaker, Reporter & Clyn Richards, Photographer 
  • Best TV Graphics: CBS 2 News – Haley Kramer 
  • Food Photography: – Kristen McPeek
  • Video Essay TV: CBS 2 News – Lauren Clark
  • Website General Excellence: – KBOI Staff 
  • Crime & Courts Reporting: CBS 2 News – Abigail Taylor, Reporter
  • Education Reporting: CBS 2 News – Lauren Clark, Reporter 
  • General News Report: CBS 2 News – Abigail Taylore, Reporter & Nick Ridgeway, Photographer
  • Serious Feature: CBS 2 News – Roland Steadham, Reporter 
  • Best Morning Feature: CBS 2 News This Morning – KBOI Morning Staff
  • Best Online Only Video Program Feature: – Jerry Manter, Photographer 
  • Best Online Only Program News Story: – Axel Quartarone, Photographer 
  • Weathercast: CBS 2 News – Sarah Jacobsen & Nick Ridgeway 
  • Spot News Report: CBS 2 News – Alexis Goree, Reporter & Chase Duckworth, Photographer 
  • Public Affairs Program: CBS 2 News – KBOI Staff 
  • Television Writing: CBS 2 News – Lauren Clark, Reporter 

Bristol, VA – WCYB

2019 Association Press Tennessee Awards

1st Place

  • Best TV Sportscaster: Heather Williams, Sports Anchor
2nd Place
  • Best TV News Anchor: News 5 at 6 PM/10 PM/11 PM – Paul Johnson, News Anchor 
  •  Best TV Spot News Coverage: “St. Paul Truck Crash & Rescue” – WCYB News Staff
  • Best TV Sports Feature: “Still Sterling” – Heather Williams, Sports Anchor 

2019 Association Press of the Virginias Awards

1st Place

  • Best Spot/Breaking News: News 5 at 10/11 PM & Facebook – WCYB staff  
  • Best News Anchor: News 5 at 6/10/11 PM – Paul Johnson, Anchor 

2nd Place

  • Best News Reporting: “Bristol Casino Proposal” – Paul Johnson, Reporter & Keith Roberts, Photographer 

2018 Tennessee Association Press Awards

1st Place
  • Best TV Evening Newscast: WCYB News Staff
  • Best TV News Anchor: Paul Johnson
2nd Place
  • Spot News Coverage: WCYB News Staff
  • Best Long Light Feature: “Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Profile” – Reporter, Paul Johnson

2018 Association Press of the Virginias Awards

1st Place

  • Outstanding News Operation of Virginias: “Overall News Content/Coverage” – WCYB News Staff (Keith Weiss, ND)

2nd Place

  • Best Newscast: “Eastman Chemical Explosion” –  Joey Barker, 5pm News Producer
  • Producer: “It’s Bristol, Baby!” Race Special” – Heather Williams, Show EP
  • Sports Feature:  “12-Year-Old Race Car Champion” – Heather Williams, Reporter

Cedar Rapids – KFXA/KGAN

2019 Iowa Broadcast News Association

2nd Place

  • Large Market: Farm and Agribusiness: “Food Surplus Affects Farmer” – Eva Anderson, Matt Larsen, Jason Meyer
  • Large Market: Best Use of Online Media – Nick Stewart & Terry Swails 
  • Large Market: Best Sportscast – Zach Hanley 
  • Large Market: Sports Coverage: “A Game to Remember” – Zach Hanley 

2018 Midwest Emmy Award

1st Place

  • Breaking News: ” FOX 28 News at 9″ – Becky Lutgen Gardner, News Director and Nick Weig, Producer
  • Weather-Program/Special: “CBS 2 News at 10”  – Becky Lutgen Gardner, News Director, Nick Stewart, Editor/Producer, Terry Swails, Meteorologist, Jason Meyer, Photojournalist, Scott Zimdar, Researcher

2018 Iowa Broadcast News Association

1st Place

  • Best Sportscast: “CBS 2 News at 6” – Zach Hanley, Sports Director

3rd Place

  • Spot News Coverage: “FOX 28 News at 9” – Nick Weig, Producer

Champaign, IL – WCCU

2019 Illinois Associated Press Awards

2nd Place
  • Best Newscast: Angelique Kaczynski

Champaign, IL – WICD

2014 Illinois AP Awards

2nd Place – Best Sports Report
  • Josh Getzoff
2nd Place – Best Light Feature
  • Jenese Harris
  • Brian Singer

Charleston Huntington, WV – WCHS/WVAH

2019 WV Broadcasters Association Award

1st Place

  • Breaking News: “Justice for Aliayah” – Leslie Griffith, Reporter 
  • Best Investigative News Story or Series: “WV Supreme Court Investigation” – Kennie Bass, Reporter 
  • Best Anchor: Kallie Moore 
  • Best PM Newscast: 6 PM News – Latasha Saunders, Producer 
  • Best Serious Feature: “Justice for Aliayah” – Leslie Griffith, Reporter 
  • WV Station of the Year: WCHS 

2019 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award

1st Place

  • Investigative Reporting: “WV Supreme Court Investigation” – Kennie Bass, Reporter & Larry Clark, Photographer 

2019 Associated Press Viginias Award

1st Place

  • Outstanding News Operation, Large Market: WCHS Staff 
  • Lifetime News Achievement: Brad Rice, Photojournalist 
  • Mountain State Heritage: “Traveling West Virginia” – Brad Rice, Photojournalist 
  • Best Documentary OR In-Depth Report: “A Family’s Search for Closure” – Kennie Bass, Reporter & Larry Clark, Photographer  

2nd Place

  • Best MMJ: Kalea Gunderson, MMJ
  • Continuing Coverage: “Justice for Aliayah” Leslie Griffith, Reporter & Matt Durrett, Photographer

2018 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award

1st Place

  • Investigative Series: “WV Supreme Court Spending” – Kennie Bass & Larry Clark

2018 WV Broadcasters Association Award

1st Place

  • TV Station of the Year – Staff
  • Best Investigative News Story or Series: “Supreme Court Spending Uncovered” – Kennie Bass
  • Best Weather Event Coverage: “If It Happens Again” – Leslie Rubin
  • Best Photojournalist – Kalea Gunderson

2018 Associated Press Viginias Award

1st Place

  • Best Documentary or In Depth Report: “Human Trafficking” – Jessi Starkey
  • Best Feature Photography: “Traveling WV” – Brad Rice

2nd Place

  • Continuing News Coverage: “Todd Boyes Escape” – Leslie Rubin
  • Outstanding News Operation – Staff

Charleston, SC – WCIV

2018 South Carolina Broadcasters Association

  • TV Broadcast News – Spot News: “Northwoods Mall Shooting” – Dean Stephens, Bill Burr, Alex Heaton
  • TV Photographer of the Year: Jason Tighe, Photojournalist
  • Best Sports Special – TV: “25 Years of Stingray’s Hockey” – Dean Stephens, Scott Eisberg, Daren Stoltzfus
  • Local TV Programming: “Sofa Superstore: Ten Years Later” – Jacquie Vargas, Dan Michener, Alex Heaton

2018 National Sports Media Association

  • South Carolina Sportscaster of the Year Award: “Sports 4 on ABC News 4” – Sports Director, Scott Eisberg

2017 NATAS Southeast Awards

  • Director: Amanda Whitby

2016 SC Autism Society Awards

  • Reporter of the Year: Lara Rolo

2016 Associated Press Awards

  • Best Newscast

2016 RTDNA of the Carolinas Awards

1st Place
  • Hard Feature, Consumer / Economic: “Blue Light”, Stacy Jacobson, Dave MacQueen
  • Photography: “Ruffled Feathers”, Dave MacQueen
  • Special Report: “Emanuel Ame: Year of Healing”, Alex Caban, Dave MacQueen, Dan Michener, Victoria Hansen, Dean Stephens
  • Sport Special: “The Mckissick Legacy”, Scott Eisberg, Daren Stoltfus, Dean Stephens
  • Spot News:  ” A Public Plea”, Rob Mallia, Dan Michener, Victoria Hansen
  • TV News Producer of the Year: Drew Tripp
  • TV News Sportscaster of the Year: Daren Stoltzfus
2nd Place
  • TV News Reporter of the Year: Stacy Jacobson 
  • TV News Photography of the Year: Jason Tighe
  • Light Feature: ” A Success Story”, Dean Stephens, Dave MacQueen
  • Photography: “Nature to Nurture”, Tony Tassarotti

Chattanooga, TN – WTVC

2018 Tennessee AP Awards

1st Place

  • Best TV News Anchor: “NewsChannel 9 & Fox Chattanooga – Josh Roe 
  • Best TV Weather Anchor: NewsChannel 9 & Fox Chattanooga – David Glenn 
  • Best TV Reporter: NewChannel 9 & Fox Chattanooga – Aaron Farrar 
  • Best Enterprise Reporting: NewsChannel 9 Live at 6 – Allison Levine & Blaine Headrick 
  • Best Videography: NewsChannel 9 Live at 6 – Dakota Casteel, Brent McDonald & Brittany Martin 
  • Best Long Serious Story: NewsChannel 9 The N That – Bill Race 
  • Best Short Serious Story: NewsChannel 9 Live at 11 – Taylor Stewart & Webb Wright
  • Best Short Light Feature: NewsChannel 9 Live at 6 – Kim Chapman, Blaine Headrick & Brent McDonald

2nd Place

  • Best Weather Coverage: Newschannel 9 & Fox Chattanooga
  • Best Evening Newscast: Newschannel 9 Live at 6 – Shannen Sharpe 
  • Best Investigative Reporting: NewsChannel 9 Live at 6 – Taylor Stewart & Dakota Casteel
  • Best Short Light Feature: News Channel 9 Live at 6 – Aaron Farrer & Sam Blevins
  • Best Videographer: NewsChannel 9 & Fox Chattanooga – Dakota Casteel 

2018 Tennessee AP Awards

1st Place

  • Weather Anchor: David Glenn
  • Spot News: “NewsChannel 9” – WTVC Team
  • Reporter: James Torrez
  • Investigative: Katherine Marchand
  • Sportscaster: John Madewell
  • Sports Feature: “NewsChannel 9” – Sports Anchor, Dave Staley
  • Videography: Photographers, Blaine Headrick & Brent McDonald
  • Videographer: Photographer, Webb Wright

2nd Place

  • Enterprise: Reporter, Katherine Marchand and Photographer, Adam Watts
  • Editing: Photographer, Morgan Hiu
  • Videography: Photographer, Blaine Headrick
  • Short Light Feature: Reporter, Jessica Harthorn and Photographer, Heath Mosier
  • Short Serious Story: Reporter, Stephnie Santostasi and Photographer, Blaine Headrick
  • News anchor: Jessica Harthorn

Cincinnati, OH – WKRC

2019 Ohio Associated Press 


  • Best Reporter in a Large Market: Duane Pohlman

2019 National Headliner Award

  • Environmental Reporting: “Fernald: Radioactive Reality” – Duane Pohlman, Eric Frisbee 

Columbia, SC – WACH

2016 RTDNAC Award

1st Place
  • Best Light Feature –  Destiny Chance, Ryan Burgee

Columbus, OH – WSYX/WTTE

2018 Regional EMMY Awards

  • Continuing Coverage: “Coroner Controversy: What Really Killed Debbie Meadows?” -Terri Sullivan, Aaron Nestor
  • Feature News Report – Light Feature: “The Avalon Theatre” – Mike McCarthy
  • Feature News Report – Serious Feature: “A New Investment” – Mike McCarthy
  • Technology – News: “Eye In The Sky” – Kurt Ludlow, Ben Frecker, Drew Jones
  • Special Achievement – News Excellence: ABC6/FOX28 – Jamie Innis Justice
  • Reporter – Features/Human Interest: Feature Storytelling – Mike McCarthy
  • Writer – New: “Story Time with Mike” – Mike McCarthy
  • Technical Achievement: “Augmented Reality Weather Forecasts: Andrew Buck Michael, G. Edwin Wilson, Ben Kehoe
  • Set Design: WSYX ABC6 – Devlin Design Group, Kartik Dakshinamoorthy, Diane Fiolek, Laurel Lawrence, Hannes Kling

2017 Ohio AP Media Editors Awards

General Excellence

  • WSYX ABC 6 News

1st Place

  • Best Producer: “5PM Newscast” – Jeremy Edwards
  • Best Anchor Weather: Bill Kelly
  • Best Feature Reporting: Mike McCarthy
  • Best Broadcast Writing, Anchor Reporter: Adam Slinger
  • Best Reporter: Brooks Jarosz
  • Best Use of Photography: Mike McCarthy
  • Best Coverage of Scheduled Event: Brooks Jarosz
  • Best Continuing Coverage: Tom Sussi, Matt Spurrier
  • Best Newscast: Station
2nd Place
  • Best Feature Reporting: Kurt Ludlow,  Drew Jones
  • Best Broadcast Writing: Bhaskar Nair & Anthony Baldwin
  • Best Reporter: Adam Slinger
  • Best Sportscast: “Pre-Game Show” – Clay Hall
  • Best Sports Feature: “Clay Hall,  Mike Jones
  • Best Documentary/Series: Brooks Jarosz, Ben Frecker
  • Best Newscast: Station
  • Best Weathercast: “Weather on the Go” – Station

2016 Ohio AP Media Editors Awards

General Excellence
  • WSYX ABC 6 News
1st Place
  • Best Producer: Jeremy Edwards
  • Best Anchor: Bob Kendrick
  • Best Coverage of a Scheduled Event: “Commissioners’ Power Struggle” — Brooks Jarosz, Ben Frecker
  • Best Investigative Reporting:  “Hanging Hazard” — Brooks Jarosz, Drew Jones
  • Best Newscast: “Good Day Columbus Weekend” — Staff
  • Best Weathercast: Bill Kelly
  • Best Digital Presence: WSYX ABC 6 News
2nd Place
  • Best Feature Reporting: “Forgotten Photos” — Adam Slinger, Justin DePrekel
  • Best Broadcast Writing: Adam Slinger
  • Best Photographer: Justin DePrekel
  • Best Continuing Coverage: “Hooked on Heroin” — Tara Morgan, Justin DePrekel
  • Best Investigative Reporting: “Panhandling Phonies” — Tom Sussi, Matt Spurrier

2016 Regional EMMY Awards

  • Spot News: “Hell on South Harris” – Mike McCarthy, Edwin Wilson
  • General Assignment Report : “No Time Limit – Devon’s Determination – Mike McCarthy, Ryan Bradford
  • Feature News Report: Single Story  “Time to Help” – Mike McCarthy
  • Business/Consumer: “Shady Electricians” – Tom Sussi, Matthew Spurrier, Drew Jones
  • Interview/Discussion Program: “Marijuana Town Hall” – Liz Lane, Chrisopher Caridas, Bob Kendrick
  • Promotion: News, Single Spot/Campaign/Image: “Always in the Game” – Mike Hansen, Doug Curran
  • Promotion: News, Single Spot/Campaign/Image: “ABC 6 Investigators” – Ryan Bradford Special Achievement:
  • Overall Excellence – WSYX/WTTE – Tony D’Angelo
  • Special Achievement: Community Service: Jamie Justice
  • Anchor/Weather: Bill Kelly
  • Reporter: “Morning Mayhem & More” – Mike McCarthy
  • Writer – “Story time with Mike” – Mike McCarthy

2016 Ohio Associated Press Awards

1st Place
  • General Excellence  – WSYX/WTTE
  • Best Breaking News Coverage – “Breaking News Bus Accident”
  • Extraordinary Coverage of a scheduled event – “Medical Marijuana Town Hall”
  • Broadcast Writing – Mike McCarthy
  • Feature Reporter – Mike McCarthy
  • Best Anchor – Bill Kelly
  • Best Series: “Brice Police” – Tom Sussi
  • Best Enterprise Reporting – “Firefighters Battling Cancer” – Brooks Jarosz
  • Best Weather Operation – WSYX
2nd Place
  • Best Reporter – Mike McCarthy
  • Best Enterprise Reporting: “Carbon Monoxide Dangers” – Adam Aaro
  • Waste Watch Series – Brooks Jarosz
  • Best Investigating Reporting: “Cop Cruiser Crashes” – Brooks Jarosz
  • Outstanding Sports Operation – WSYX
  • Best Continuing Coverage – Hooked on Heroin – WSYX

      Cranston, RI – WJAR

      2019 Edward R. Murrow Award

      • Excellence in Social Media: Digital Team

      2018 Regional Emmy Award

      • Outstanding Newscast – Evening Small Markets: “NBC 10 News at 5” Bryan Monaghan, Producer, Scott Isaacs, News Director

      2018 Edward R. Murrow Award

      • Investigative Reporting: “North Providence Cancer Cluster” – Katie Davis
      • Best Newscast: “NBC 10 News at 6” – Meghan Kayata, Producer, Suzanne Nadeau-Beever, Executive Producer

      EL Paso, TX – KFOX/KDBC

      2019 Texas AP Broadcast Award

      1st Place

      • Photojournalism (Station): KFOX Staff 
      • General Assignment: “On the Fronlines” – Genevieve Curtis, Report 

      2nd Place

      • Feature (Serious): “Deported Veterans” – Adriana Candelaria, Reporter & Rudy Reyes, Photographer
      • Newscast: 5PM Newscast – Sergio Delgado, Producer 

      2018 Texas AP Broadcast Award

      1st Place

      • General Assignment: “Deadly Canal” – Kezhal Dashti, Lonnie Valencia
      • Feature (Serious): “Hiding in Plain Sight” – Patricia Maese , Oscar Almaraz

      2nd Place

      • Feature (Light): “Boyd Sanatorium” – Samantha Lewis, Lonnie Valencia
      • Feature (Serious): “Skyjacked” – Erika Castillo, Oscar Almaraz
      • Series: “Becoming the Badge” – Genevieve Curtis, Juan Cazares

      Eugene, OR – KMTR

      2016 EMMY Awards

      Best Evening Newscast: 1st place KMTR
      • “Umpqua Community College shooting back on October 1st”  –  KMTR Staff

      2016 Regional EMMY Awards

      Live Breaking News Coverage: 1st place
      • “Roseburg Shooting”  –  KMTR Evening Staff
       Evening News: 1st place
      • “UCC Shooting”  –  Stephanie Domurat, John Franchi, Samantha Saldivar, Travis Teich, Anthony Kustura, Kelly Andersen, Angelica Carrillo, Seena Sleem, Kris Nation, and Larry Johnson

      Flint, MI – WEYI

      2019 Regional Emmy Awards 

      • Historical-Cultural News Feature: “Remembering the Holocaust” – Stephanie Parkinson, Reporter 

      2019 Michigan Associated Press Awards 

       1st Place

      • Sports Coverage: “Racing Into the Weekend” – Jeanna Trotman, Sports Director 
      • Sportscast: “FOX66 News at 10PM” – Jonathan Deutsch, Sports Anchor 
      2nd Place 
      • Investigative Reporting: “The Price of Justice” –  Joel Feick, Reporter & Sarah White, Photographer
      • Digital Presence: – Dave Bondy, Digital Content Manager

      2019 Michigan Association of Broadcasters Awards

       1st Place

      • Sports: “The 19th Hole” – WEYI Staff 
      • Special Interest Programming: “A Classy Brassy Christmas & More” – WEYI Staff 

      2018 Michigan AP Media Editors

      • Reporter/Anchor: “FOX66 News at 10PM” – Bill Harris, Anchor
      • Enterprise Reporting: “DWLS: A Road More Traveled” – Bill Harris, Reporter, Ben La Londe, Photographer/Editor
      • Digital Presence: “” – Staff

      2018 Michigan Association of Broadcasters Awards

      • Anchor: “FOX66 News at 10PM” – Bill Harris, Anchor  

      2018 Regional Emmy Awards

      • Director – Newscast: “NBC25-FOX66 Newscasts” – Robin Chan
      • Audio: “A Classy Brassy Christmas & More” – Christopher Harris
      • Environmental Reporting: ” Michigan’s Most Unwanted” – Miranda Parnell, Reporter, Tom Metevia, Photographer/Editor  

      2018 Regional Edward R.Murrow Award

      • Breaking News Coverage: “NBC25-FOX66 Newscasts – WEYI Staff
      • News Series: “Help, Hope & Redemption” – WEYI Staff

        Florence/Myrtle Beach, SC – WPDE

        2019 Regional Murrow Awards

        1st Place

        • Excellence in Social Media: – Heather Gale & Briana Rivas

        2019 Associated Press Awards

        1st Place

        • General Assignment: “Student March on Washington” – Kara Duffy, Reporter
        • Editor: Wally Lurz 
        • Television Newscast: Evening/Night: “Parkland Strong” – WPEC Staff 

        2nd Place

        • Feature: Light News: “Climbing Gators” – Maxine Bentzel, Reporter & Wally Lurz, Editor  
        • General Assignment: “Passionate Chorus” – Maxine Bentzel, Reporter & Wally Lurz, Editor 
        • Breaking News: “Shooting at Stoneman Douglas” – WPEC Staff 
        • Continuing Coverage: “Battle at the Boarder” – Maria Tomasch, EP & Wally Lurz Editor 
        • Series/Franchise Reporting: “Impact Puerto Rico” Maria Tomasch, EP, Yaremi Farinas, Reporter & Chris Hinson, Photographer
        • Overall Station of the Year: Mike Pumo, General Manager 

        2019 South Carolina Broadcasters Awards

        • Honorary Life Member: Ed Piotrowski 

        2019 Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce

        • Citizen of the Year: Ed Piotrowski

        2018 RTDNAC Awards

        1st Place

        • Anchor Team of the Year: Summer Dashe & Trey Paul
        • Weathercaster of the Year: Ed Piotrowshi
        • News Director of the Year: Victoria Spechko
        • News Special: “Hurricane Matthew: One Year Later” – Victoria Spechko, Michael Hutchinson, Shawn Seagroves, Heather Gale
        • General News: “Domino Effect” – Summer Dashe
        2nd Place
        • Entertainment: “Songwriters: CCMF” – Nick Papantonis
        • Political: “Surfside Council Chaos” – Nick Papantonis
        • Light Feature: “Adaptive Golfer” – Amanda Kinseth, Bill Mannix, Keith Von De Bur
        • Use of Social Media: “Town Hall” – Victoria Spechko, Gina Vasselli, Briana Rivas, Heather Gale

        2018 South Carolina AP Award

        2nd Place
        • Evening Newscast: “5 PM 8/24/18” – Victoria Spechko, Emily Trampf, Michael Hutchinson

          Gainesville – WGFL

          2019 Florida Associated Press Awards 

          1st Place
          • Light News Feature: “CBS News 4 at 6” – Josslyn Howard, MMJ 
          • Sports Feature: “First Hits” – Megan Plain, Sports MMJ

          Grand Island, NE – KFXL

          2016 Associated Press Awards

          1st place
          • Newscast:  “KFXL Nightly”- Jake Taylor, Kent Boughton, Production Staff

          Green Bay, WI – WLUK

          2019 Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Awards

          2nd place

          • Social & Digital Use of Medium: “Blizzard Evelyn on Twitter” – WLUK Staff 
          • Social & Digital Personality: “Compilation Twitter” – Josh Moser, Sports Director
          • Social & Digital – Best Live Streaming: “Fox 11 Storm Chaser Blizzard Evelyn” – Phil DeCastro & Don Steffens 
          • Best Commercial: “WITT Golden Ticket” – Marketing Department 
          • Best News Promotional Announcement: “Fox 11 Investigates Kewaunee Water” – Marketing Department & News

          2019 Wisconsin Technical Collete System 

          • District Boards Awards: “Pilot Shortage” – Mark Leland 

          2018 Edward R. Murrow Award

          • Excellence in Social Media: WLUK Staff

          2018 Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Awards

          1st place

          • Hard News/Investigative: “Combating Drugs in Prison” – Mark Leland
          • Best Morning Newscast: “Good Day Wisconsin-Feb 25, 2017” – WLUK Staff

          2nd Place

          • Best Use of User-Generated Content: NWS Uses FOX 11 Viewer Vid to Confirm Tornado” – WLUK Staff
          • Best Specialty Programming: “Retirement Ready Town Hall” – Producer, Bill Kiefer & Reporter Mark Leland

          3rd Place

          • Best Weathercast: Patrick Powell
          • Best Hard News/Investigative: “Rats in Green Bay” – Robert Hornacek
          • Best Continuing Coverage: “Wisconsin Budget” – WLUK Staff
          • Best Significant Community Impact: “FOX 11 Winter Weather Special” – WLUK Staff
          • Best Editorial/Commentary: “Police Week” – Jay Zollar
          • Best Use of Social Media: WLUK Staff

          Harlingen, TX – KGBT

          2016 National Association of Hispanic Journalists Award

          • Hard News Reporting: “Rio Grande Valley “- Tiffany Huertas

          2015 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award

          • Hard News Reporting: “Undocumented Immigrants Surge from Central America”- Ashly Custer

          2015 Texas AP Awards

          1st Place
          • Spot Story Individual Category: “Man Armed with Assault Rifle Barricaded Inside Brownsville Home” – Daisy Martinez

          2015 Readers Choice Award for the Valley Morning Star

          • Best TV Personality – Marcy Martinez

          2015 Readers Choice Award for the Brownsville Herald and The Monitor

          • Best TV Personality – Marcy Martinez

          Harrisburg, PA – WHP

          2019 Associated Press Awards

          1st Place

          • Best Sports Feature: “Still Growing up Fast” – Joel D. Smith, Anchor 
          • Best Sportscast: “CBS 21 News/Caps Win Hockey” – Joel D. Smith, Anchor 
          • Best Use of Photographer: “CBS News 21” – William Seiders, Chief Photographer 

          2019 Pennsylvania Broadcasters Association Awards

          1st Place

          • Spot News Coverage: “Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting” – Jessie McDonough, Jeremy Stockdill & Josh Davis 
          • Outstanding Feature: “Proudly Pennsylvania” – Jessie McDonough, Jeremy Stockdill & Emily Damiano 

          2018 Mid-Atlantic Emmys

          1st Place

          • Best Evening Newscast: “CBS 21” – Tyler Jeski, Producer

          2018 Pennsylvania Association Broadcasters Awards


          • Outstanding Use of Digital Media: “” – Nia Towne, Alex Radford
          • Outstanding Television Feature Story: “CBS 21” – News Anchor, Sherry Christian
          • Outstanding News Promotion: “CBS 21” – Brett Freitag, Katalina Deaven, Brianna Dadich

          2018 Pennsylvania AP Awards


          • Best Sportscast: “CBS 21” – Sports Anchor, Joel D. Smith
          • Best Sportscast: “CBS 21” – Sports Anchor, Joel D. Smith
          • Best Sports Coverage: “CBS 21” – Sports Anchor, Joel D. Smith 
          • Best Sports Feature: “CBS 21” – Sports Anchor, Joel D. Smith

          Johnstown, PA – WJAC

          2018 Pennsylvania AP Awards


          • Outstanding Television Feature Story/Report: “6 News” – Reporter: Dillon Richards
          • Best Spot News Coverage: “6 News” – WJAC Staff
          • Best Continuing Coverage: “6 News” – WJAC Staff
          • Best Investigative Reporting: “6 News” – Reporter: Kody Leibowitz
          • Best Sports Coverage: “6 News” – WJAC Staff
          • Best Documentary: “6 News” – WJAC Staff

          2017 Pennsylvania Association Broadcasters Awards

          • Best Feature
          • Outstanding Television Investigative Story/Report/Series: “Accused Teacher Pensions” – Kody Liebowitz

          Kalamazoo-Grand Rapids, MI – WWMT

          2019 Associated Press Media Editors 

          • Best News Feature Story: “Signing Nurse” – Jake Berent, Reporter 
          • Best Use of Photography: Jason Heeres, Photographer
          • Best Continuing Coverage: “PFAS in Parchment” – WWMT Staff 
          • Best Sports Feature Story: “Blind Bowler” – Andy Pepper, Sports Director 
          • Best Documentary: “Suicide Crisis: Breaking the Silence” –  Andy Dominianni, Anchor & Erin Flynn, Producer 

          2019 Michigan Association of Broadcasters 

          • Best Weathercast – Keith Thompson, Meteorologist 
          • Best News Reporter – Rachel Glaser

          Kearney, NE – KHGI

          2016 Associated Press Awards

          1st place
          • Agriculture: “Ord FFA Harvest” – Steve White
          2nd place 
          • Spot News: “Missing Teens – South Platte River” – Lauren Scharf
          • Videography: “Propane Burn” – Megan Johnson
          • Feature:  “Helmet for Grace” – Steve White
          • Newscast: “NTV News Weekend Edition” – Sara Kirkley, Regina Bird, Megan Johnson, Steve White
          3rd place
          • Agriculture:  “Egg Farm” – Staff
          • Website: Nebraska.TV – Staff

          Las Vegas, NV – KSNV

          2019 Regional Emmy Awards

          • News Special: “One October, One Year Later” – Stephanie Wheatley, Jim Snyder, Marie Mortera, Latoya Silmon, Kelsey Thomas, Denise Rosch, Kenny Ramis, Justin Monteith, Thuan Nguyen, Scott Kost
          • News – Religion – Single Story or Series: “2018 Olympics – Its All About the Reach” – Reed Cowan, Adrian Crooks
          • News – Politics/Government – Single Story or Series: “Politics and Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games” – Reed Cowan, Adrian Crooks
          • On-Camera Talent – Reporter: “Reed Cowan Pyeongchang NBC Winter Olympic Games” – Reed Cowan

          2019 ACLU

          • First Amendment Award: “Vegas Lost” – John Treanor

          2019 AVA Digital Award 


          • “The Car Tupac Shakur was Murdered in is up for Auction” – Justin Michel, Photojournalist 

          2019 Silver State Awards 

          • Best News Anchors: Jim Snyder, Marie Mortera, Reed Cowan, Kevin Janison, Amber Dixon, Kim Wagner & Dana Wagner

          2018 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

          1st Place

          • Breaking News: “1 October Shooting” – KSNV Staff

          Little Rock, AR – KATV

          2018 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award

          1st Place

          • Sports Reporting: “New Found Strength” – Kyle Deckelbaum

          2018 Arkansas/Oklahoma Association Press Awards

          1st Place

          • General News Reporting: “Execution of Ledell Lee” – KATV Staff

          2nd Place

          • Investigative Reporting: “From Vows to Victory” – Jason Pederson
          • Best Weather Program: “KATV Severe Weather” – KATV Weather Team
          • Best Spot News Photography: “Swat Standoff” – Larry Potter

          2015 Regional Emmy for Continuing Coverage

          Lynchburg, VA – WSET

          2019 Association Press of the Virginias Award

          1st Place

          • Best Anchor – Mark Spain 
          • Best Website – 
          • Best Meteorologist – George Flickinger 
          • Best Reporter – Caren Pinto 

          2nd Place

          • Best Reporter – Emily Swecker 

          2018 Virginia Association of Broadcasters

          1st Place

          • Outstanding News Series: “Bus Stop Speeders” – Mark Spain
          • Outstanding Sports Coverage: “Football Friday Finale” – Dennis Carter and David Walls
          • Best Station Promotion: “Community Counts” – Burt Spangler

          2nd Place

          • Best Newscast: “6PM News” – WSET Staff

          2018 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

          1st Place

          • Best Newscast: “Charlottesville Riots” – WSET Staff

          2018 Association Press of the Virginias Award

          1st Place

          • Best Continuing News Cover – Staff
          • Best Anchor – Mark Spain
          • Best Spot News Photography – Staff
          2nd Place
          • Best Investigative Reporting – Mark Spain
          • Best Reporter – Chris Hoffman
          • Best Coverage of a Spot News Story – Staff
          • Outstanding Sports Operation – Dennis Carter and Dave Walls

          Macon, GA – WGXA

          2018 American Association of Adopted Sports Programs

          1st Place

          • Media Award: Rick Devens

          2018 Georgia Association of Broadcasters

          1st Place

          • Best Feature Franchise: “Take this Job and Love It: Hibachi Chef” – Jeff Cox, Chief Meteorologist
          • Best Feature Story: “Blind Music” – Shannon Lilly and Jennifer Munoz

          2nd Place

          • Best News Reporter: WGXA News – Eric Mock, Reporter

          2018 Georgia AP Awards

          1st Place

          • Best Weather Reporting: “WGXA News” – Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Cox

          2nd Place

          • Best Newscast: “WGXA News” – WGXA Staff

          2016 Georgia Association of Broadcasters

          Merit Award

          • Best Weather Coverage: Jeff Cox

          2016 Georgia Association of Press Media Editors

          1st Place

          • Best Weather Reporting: Jeff Cox

          2015 Outstanding Mass Communications Alumni

          • Raymond Tubb

          2015 Georgia Association of Broadcasters

          • Weathercast of the Year

          Marquette, MI – WLUC

          2015 Good News Awards

          1st Place
          • Feature Story:  “Kingsford High School Band”
          • PSA:  ” Bowl For Kids Sake”
          • Editorial: “The Upside”
          • Long Form Program; “U.P. Power”
          • Community Involvement: “Canathon”
          • Merit / Straight News Story: Rescue Snowmobilers 
          • Merit / Series: “Fear No More”

          2015 Michigan Association of Broadcasters

          • Station of the Year
          1st Place
          • Investigative Story: “Wolf Hunt”
          • Mini Doc/Series: “Marijuana”
          • Commercials: “The Precious Gift/Wilderness Sports”
          • Photojournalist –  Jerry Tudor
          • Newscast – TV6 Early News
          • Weathercaster: Shawn Householder
          • Community involvement: “TV6 Canathon”
          Merit Awards
          • Investigative story: “Lead Poisoning”
          • Promotions: “TV6 News Team”
          • Commercials: “The Recliner/Kirkish Furniture”
          • Weathercast – Karl Bohnak
          • Special interest programming: “UP Power”

          Missoula, MT – KECI

          2019 Montana Broadcasters Association Awards

          1st Place

          • Television Breaking News – Flooding Evacs: KECI Staff 
          • Television Hard News – Meth YMCA: KECI Staff
          • Television Weathercaster of the Year: Mark Heyka 
          • Television On-Air Broadcaster of the Year: Maritsa Georgiou
          • News and Long-Form Programming: Cyndy Koures, Executive Producer 
          2nd Place 
          • News and Long Form Programming: Kevin Maki, Reporter 
          • Television Website of the Year:, Willy Miller & Maria Whisenhunt

          2018 Montana Broadcasters Association Awards

          1st Place
          • Best Website TV: “” – William Miller & Maria Whisenhunt
          • Best TV Newswriting, Long Form:  “Libby Asbestos Series” – Cyndy Koures

          2nd Place

          • Breaking News: “NBC Montana” – Staff

          Mobile, AL – WPMI

          2019 Alabama Broadcaster’s Association Awards

          1st place

          • Hard News: “Toxic Ticking Time Bomb” – Andrea Ramey & Mike Corry
          • Judges Award of Merit/Hard News: “Animal Shelter Refuses Entry” – Nicole Fierro & Alyssa Newton

          2019 Victims of Crime and Leniency 

          1st place
          • Voice for Victims Award: “Catch & Release – Pardon Problem” – Andrea Ramey & Richard Holden

          2018 Alabama Broadcaster’s Association Awards

          1st place
          • Public Affairs: “Mobile’s Opiod Crisis / Town Hall” – Brandon McFarland, Richard Holden, Greg Peterson, Kym Anderson, Trey Lane, Bob Noonan

          2017 Alabama Broadcaster’s Association Awards

          1st place
          • Best Hard News: ” Baton Rouge Police Shootings” – Christian Jennings, Mike Corry
          • Best Newscast: “Local 15 News at 10” – Staff

          Nashville, TN – WZTV

          2019 Associated Press Awards 

          1st Place

          • Weather Anchor: Katy Morgan
          • TV Editing: “Composite” – Jason Wilson

          2nd Place

          • Multimedia: – WZTV Staff 
          • Weather Coverage: “Winter Storm” – WZTV Staff 
          • Short Serious Feature: “Wedding Day DUI” – Dennis Ferrier & Ryan Brooker 
          • TV Enterprise: “Liquor by the Drink” – Dennis Ferrier & Kyle Benton

          2019 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

          • Best Writing: “Love Forgiveness & Celebration” – Dennis Ferrier 

          2019 NATAS

          • Best Newscast Weekend: “Church Shooting” – WZTV Newsroom

          2018 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

          • Breaking News: “Antioch Church Shooting” – WZTV Newsroom

          2018 Associated Press Awards

          1st Place

          • TV Enterprise: “Lauren Agee Murder Mystery” – Dennis Ferrier & Kyle Benton
          • TV Weather Anchor: Meteorologist, Katy Morgan

          2nd Place

          • Long Light Feature: “Mustard Seed Ranch” – Erika Kurre & Ryan Thornburg
          • Short Serious News Story: “An Accidental Shooting” – Dennis Ferrier & Ryan Booker
          • Sports Feature: “Summertown Baseball” – Dennis Ferrier & Stephen Van Schaack
          • Multimedia: “White Nationalists Come to Tennessee” – Digital Team
          • TV Evening Newscast: “Antioch Church Shooting” – Producers, Airielle Vincent & Sarah Shiverdecker

          2018 Emmy Award

          1st Place

          • Specialty Assignment Reporter: “The Ferrier Files” – Dennis Ferrier, Ryan Brooker, Jason Wilson, Sarin Belcher, Scott Simpson, Ryan Thornburg

          New Bern, NC – WCTI

          2018 North Carolina AP Awards

          1st Place

          • Best Evening Newscast

          2018 RTDNAC Awards

          1st Place

          • Best Use of Social Media
          • Best Photography

          2nd Place

          • Best Newscast
          • Best News Special (Air Show)
          • Photographer: Allen Fairbanks, Photographer

          New Bloomfield, MO – KRCG

          2018 Mid-America Emmy’s

          1st Place

          • Best Newscast: “Congressman Shot – 5 PM” – Jeff Militzer


          • Gold Circle Honor Society: Dick Preston

          2018 Missouri State Teachers Association

          1st Place

          • TV Series: “Stop Bullying Mid-MO” – KRCG Staff

          2018 Missouri Broadcaster’s Association

          1st Place

          • Feature Reporting: “Bigger than Lights” – Megan Sanchez, Reporter
          • PSA Campaign: “Stop Bullying Mid-MO” – KRCG Staff

          2018 Edward R. Murrow Regional Award

          1st Place

          • Breaking News: “May Flooding” – KRCG Staff
          • Newscast: “Congressman Shot” – KRCG Staff

          2018 Kansas City Press Club

          2nd Place

          • Photojournalism- General Reporting: “Gun Guy Back” – Riccardo Montgomery, Photographer
          • Public Service Project: “Stop Bullying Mid-MO” – KRCG Staff

          3rd Place

          • Multimedia Package: “National Anthem Singer” – Greg Dailey, Tommy Sladek
          • General Reporting: “Kidnapping Conundrum” – Meghan Lane, Reporter
          • Profile: “Addict Shares Story of Recovery” – Maghan Lane, Reporter, Riccardo Montgomery, Photographer
          • News Program: “Congressman Shot” – KRCG Staff
          • Deadline Reporting – Breaking News/Spot News: “May Flooding” – KRCG Staff

          2017 Edward R. Murrow Regional Award

          1st Place
          • Excellence in Sound: “Warren Creche Signs Off” – Riccardo Montgomery

          2017 Missouri Broadcasters Association Award

          1st Place
          • Best Local Website: “” – Matt Johnson/KRCG staff
          • Feature Reporting:  “Snow Shovel Samaritan” – Elizabeth Hoffman/Riccardo Montgomery

          2016 Edward R. Murrow Regional Award

          Overall Excellence
          • “The Deadly Condo Fire in Osage Beach” – KRCG Staff
          • “Racial Tension at the University of Missouri” – KRCG Staff
          • “The Royals’ World Series Victory” – KRCG Staff

          2016 Missouri Broadcasters Awards

          1st Place
          • News Series
          • Feature Reporting
          2nd Place
          • Best News Anchor
          • Best Local Website
          • Investigative Reporting

          2016 Kansas City Press Club Awards

          1st Place
          • Deadline Reporting
          • Photojournalism -Breaking News
          • Photojournalism-General Reporting
          • Beat Reporting
          2nd Place
          • Photojournalism-Breaking News
          • Regular Franchise Feature
          • Documentary
          • Beat Reporting
          • Profile
          3rd Place
          • Deadline Reporting/Breaking News
          • Photojournalism-Feature
          • News Program
          Honorable Mention
          • Photojournalism-Feature
          • News Program

          Oklahoma City, OK – KOKH

          2019 Oklahoma/Arkansas Associated Press Awards

          1st place
          • Best Morning Newscast: “Fox 25 Good Day OK” – KOKH Staff 
          • Investigative Reporting: “OKCPS Bus Investigation” – Chris Stanford 
          • Best Feature Photography: “The OU Pride” – David Young 
          • Best Special Program: “The Death Debate” – Phil Cross & Anthony West 

          2019 Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters 

          1st place
          • News Image Promotion: “Good Day OK: Personalities” – Ethan Edwards 
          • General Image Promotion: “Malcolm Tubbs is Everywhere” – Ethan Edwards 

          Pensacola, FL – WEAR

          2018 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards


          • Sports Reporting: “Football Star Overcomes Heartache” – Reporter: Steve Nissim
          • Continuing Coverage: “Sex Offender Accused in 12-Year-Old’s Murder” – WEAR Staff

          2018 FPRA


          • Media Person of the Year: Allie Norton

          2018 Florida Broadcasters Association Awards

          • Best Website TV: “” – WEAR Staff
          • Best General Assignment: “Body in Backyard” – Tristan Turner, Christina Leavenworth
          • Best Photojournalist: “Anchor wars” – WEAR Staff

          2016 Associated Press Award

          • Light Feature: “Airman Delivers the Perfect Holiday Surprise” –  Reporter/Anchor:  Anthony Pura, Photographer:  Hudson Miller

          2015 ADDY

          • Podcast: “Self Promotion” – Christian Garman, Travis Brown

          Portland, ME – WGME

          2019 Edward R. Murrow Awards

          • Breaking News: “Armed, Dangerous & on the Run” – WGME Staff 
          • Investigative reporting: “Baffling Bills” – WGME Staff 
          • Excellence in Innovation: “Green Screen/Live Weather” – WGME Staff 
          • Multi Media: Authority – WGME Staff 

          2018 Regional Emmy Awards

          1st Place

          • Videojournalist 24 Hours: “CBS13 News” – Dan Lampariello, MMJ

          Portland, OR – KATU

          2019 RTDNA Regional Murrow Awards


          • Best Breaking News: KATU Staff 

          Quincy, IL – KHQA

          2019 Iowa Broadcast News Association Awards

          1st Place

          • Weather Coverage: Overall Weather Coverage – Josh Cozart
          • Excellence in Reporting: Overall reporting – Rajah Maples
          • Feature Story: “An Angle in Griggsville” – Michelle Wolf
          • Sports Coverage: “Hometown Hero: Matt Chance” – David Amelotti 

          2nd Place

          • Excellence in Reporting: Overall Reporting – Lynsey Whitaker 
          • News Photography: “Conceal and Carry” – Marcus Espinoza & Mark Pierce
          • General Reporting: “A Tri-State Chip Making a Change” -Lynsey Whitaker 
          • Farm and Agriculture: “Farmers Feeling the Effects of Strong Storms” – Josh Cozart 

          2017 Iowa News Broadcasters Awards

          1st Place
          • Farm and Agribusiness Reporting: “This Week in Ag” – Abbey Jaymes
          2nd Place
          • Excellence – Weather Coverage – Rich Cain, Tegan Orpet, Nick Stewart
          • Excellence – Reporting – Rajah Maples
          • General Reporting: “Conceal and Carry” – David Amelotti, Matt Rector
          3rd Place
          • Feature Reporting: “POW’s in Hannibal” – David Amelotti, Matt Rector
          • Political Coverage: “2016 Campaign” – All Staff
          • Sports Coverage: “The Exchange” – Chris Duerr

          2017 Illinois Broadcast Association Awards

          1st Place
          • Best Spot News Coverage: “Emden Tornado” -Nick Stewart, Jenny Dreasler
          2nd Place
          • Best TV Sports Story: “The Exchange” – Chris Duerr
          • Best Local Series/Documentary: “Shattering the Silence” – Chad Douglas
          3rd Place
          • Best TV Reporter: “Emden Tornado” – Jenny Dreasler, Nick Stewart

          Reno, NV – KRNV/KRXI

          2017 Regional Emmy Award

          • Best Newscast: “News 4 at 5 On Your Side: Hug High School Shooting,” – Scott Fitzgerald, News Director; David Sandler, Executive Producer; Kendall Holcomb, Producer
          • Best Sports Program: “Keep on Chopping” – Bryan Samudio, Alex Margulies

          Rochester, NY – WHAM

          2019 New York State Broadcasters Association Awards

          1st Place
          • Best Weathercast: 13WHAM News at 6PM – Scott Hetsko, Meteorologist
          • Best Use of a Digital Platform: 13WHAM News Facebook page

          2018 New York Associated Press Awards

          1st Place

          • Best Documentary: “Opioid Epidemic: A Jailhouse Conversation” – WHAM Staff

          2nd Place

          • Best Enterprise Reporting: “13 WHAM News at 11PM” – Doug Emblidge, Reporter

          2018 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award

          • Documentary: “Opioid Epidemic: A Jailhouse Conversation” – WHAM Staff

          San Antonio, TX – WOAI/KABB

          2019 TX Associated Press Awards

          1st Place 
          • Daytime Newscast: News 4 SA @ 5:00 PM – Evan Henson & Javier Gomez 
          • Feature (Serious): News 4 SA @ 10:00 PM – Delaine Mathieu & Bryan Shanchez
          • Morning Newscast: News 4 SA @ 6:00 PM – Rachel Smith & Josh Larson 

          2019 TX Association Against Sexual Assault 

          • Excellence in Media Award: “Focus on South Texas” – Camilla Rambaldi, Reporter 

          2019 National Press Photographers Association 

          1st Place

          • Spot News: Fox San Antonio/News 4 – Cameron Duckworth 
          3rd Place 
          • Deadline News: Fox San Antonio/News 4 SA – Cameron Duckworth, Photographer 

          2018 National Association of Black Journalists

          1st Place

          • Television – Documentary: “San Antonio Marches: MLK March” – Mandi Mendoza, Darius Bowie, John King, Derrick Barrios, Kash Cashell, Lalo Garcia, Blaise Labbe

          2018 Lone Star Emmy Awards

          • Weekend Newscast: “Sutherland Springs Church Massacre”
          • Investigative Report Single Story: “Prime Parking, Suspect Security” – Jaie Avila, Kash Cashell, Carlos Sanchez


          • Silver Circle Award – Sports: Don Harris, Sports Anchor

          2018 Texas Association of Broadcasters

          1st Place

          • Bonner McClain Award: ” San Antonio Marches: MLK March” – Staff

          2018 Texas Veteran’s Commission

          1st Place

          • Excellence in Media Award: “Military Transition to Jobs” – Delaine Mathieu, Reporter

          2018 Texas Associated Press Awards

          1st Place

          • Newscast: “News 4 San Antonio at 10” – Evan Henson, Alicia Guerrero
          • Daytime Newscast: “Fox San Antonio Midday” – Roxanne Gass, Producer, Lorrie Cook, Director
          • Continuing Coverage: “News 4 San Antonio” – Emily Baucum, Reporter, Sandra Ibarra, Assignment Desk
          • Commentary-Editorial: “News 4 SA at 10” – Randy Beamer, Anchor
          2nd Place
          • Newscast: “Fox San Antonio @ 9” – Ryan Wolf, Jessica Headley
          • Morning Newscast: “Fox News First” – Jennifer Luna, Producer,  Josh Larson, EP
          • Specialty or Beat Reporting: “Fox San Antonio @ 9” – Ryan Wolf

          2018 Barbara Jordan Media Award

          Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities
          • David Chancellor, Reporter

          Seattle, WA – KOMO / KUNS

          2019 Regional Emmy Awards

          • News Producer: 5 PM & 6 PM – Keely Walker & Kevin Beatty 
          • News Writer: Eric Johnson, Writer 
          • Program Host/Moderator: “Seattle Refined” – Gaard Swanson
          • News Special: “The Secret Sadness of Tyler Hilinski” – Eric Johnson, doug Pigsley, Darrin Tegman, Eric Jensen, Craig Newcomb, Zachary Anders, Pete Lowell
          • Feature News Report – Serious Feature: “Miracle at Meeker” – Eric Johnson, joan Kinsey, Doug Pigsley, Darrin Tegman, Katie Stern
          • Feature News Report – Light Feature: “Still Thirsty” – Eric Johnson, joan Kinsey, Doug Pigsley, Darrin Tegman
          • Sports Program – Series: “Sounders FC En Accion Univsiion Seattle” – Jaime Mendez, Gill Ojeda, Deiago Arrioja

          2019 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

          • News Documentary: “Secret Sadness of Tyler Hilinski” – Eric Johnson
          • Hard News: “Credit Cards for Sale” – Matt Markovich

          2018 Regional Emmy Awards

          • Sports – News Single Story: “No Boys Allowed” – Mike Ferreri & Doug Pigsley
          • Video Journalist: “Ozvaldo Alonso: De Cuba a Seattle” – Pablo Gavaria
          • Writer – News: Eric Johnson
          • News Special: “Demons at the Door” – Eric Johnson, Doug Pigsley, Darrin Tegman, Eric Jensen
          • Feature News Report: “Good Will Hunting” – Eric Johnson, Doug Pigsley, Darrin Tegman, Joan Kinsey
          • Morning/Daytime News: “Amtrak Derailment Day 2” – Morning Team

          2018 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

          1st Place

          • Newscast: “Amtrak Derailment” – KOMO Staff 
          • News Series: “KOMO en Cuba” – Photographer, Mike Perry
          • News Documentary: “Demon at the Door” – Eric Johnson, Doug Pigsley, Darrin Tegman
          • Sports Reporting: “the Peaches, Together Again” – Mike Ferreri
          • Excellence in Writing: Writer/Anchor, Eric Johnson

          2018 NPPA Best of Photojournalism  

          1st Place

          • Documentary: “Demon at the Door” – Doug Pigsley, Eric Jensen, Darrin Tegman
          • Soft News Video Essay-Editing: “Diagon Alley” – Editor, Mike Perry
          • Feature: ” No Boys Allowed” – Photojournalist, Doug Pigsley

          2018 NPPA Quarterly Clip Contest

          1st Place

          • Station of the Year – West General: “Compilation 2017” – KOMO Staff
          • Photojournalist of the Year – West General: “Compilation 2017” – Photojournalist, Mike Perry

          2017 Edward R. Murrow National Award 

          1st Place
          • Sports Reporting: “All-Girls Baseball Team” – Mike Ferreri

          2017 Regional Emmy Awards

          1st Place
          • Crime News Reporting: Reporters – Morgan Chesky, Mike Perry
          • Human Interest Feature: Reporter – Malia Karlinsky
          • News Promotion Campaign: Writer, Producer – Deborah Ellis / Ryan Severn
          • News Promotion Campaign: Writer, Producer – Deborah Ellis / Ryan Severn
          • Program Host: Seattle Refined –  Gaard Swanson
          • Reporter: KOMO News – Gaard Swanson
          • Writing: KOMO News – Eric Johnson
          • Morning Newscast: KOMO Morning News – Morning News Staff, Jacci Lewis, Executive Producer
          • Evening News: KOMO News at 5pm – Jill Mullican, Producer / Nathan Wilson Asst. News Director 
          • Feature News Reporting: KOMO News – Eric Johnson, Mike Perry
          • News Special: KOMO News Reporter, Photographer, Editor – Eric Johnson, Doug Pigley/ Darrin Tegman
          • Team Coverage: KOMO News – Pat Costello

          2017 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

          • Newscast: “5pm / Greenwood Explosion”
          • Excellence in Writing: “Eric Johnson Compilation” – Eric Johnson
          • Sports Reporting: “6pm News / All Girls Baseball Team” – Mike Ferreri (reporter), Doug Pigsley (Photographer)

          2016 Regional EMMY Awards

          1st Place
          • Morning/Daytime News: “November Storm”  – Daniel Grohl, Producer
          • Breaking News: “Ride The Ducks Crash”  – KOMO Staff
          • Business/Consumer – News: “The Fall of City Guru” – Jon Humbert, Investigative Reporter
          Best Writer – News:
          • Lindsay Cohen
          Best Video Journalist:
          • Mitch Pittman
          Lifetime Achievement: NATAS Silver Circle
          • Scott Altus

          2016 Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

          1st place
          • Breaking News: “Ride The Ducks Crash”  – KOMO Staff
          • Hard News Coverage: “No Safe Haven”  – Tracy Vedder/KOMO Investigative Team

          Sioux City, IA – KMEG/KPTH

          2019 Iowa Broadcast News Association 

          1st Place
          • Sportscast/Program: “Siouxland News at 10” – Owen Siebring, Sports Director 
          2nd Place
          • Feature: “Siouxland News at Sunrise” – Jacob Heller, Anchor 

          2019 Midwest Broadcast News Association 

          1st Place
          • Sportscast: “Siouxland News at 10” – Owen Siebring, Sports Director 

          South Bend-Elkhart, IN – WSBT

          2019 Associated Press Awards


          • Best Spot News Reporting: “Deadly Bus Accident” – WSBT Staff 
          • Best Station Photojournalism: WSBT Staff 
          • Best Sports Report: “Haitian Rose” – Darla Hernandez & Jade Birch
          • Best Producer: Lee Stevens


          • Best Newscast: “Historic Flooding” – WSBT Staff 
          • Best Continuous Coverage: “Deadly Bus Accident” – WSBT Staff 
          • Best Feature Videography: “Dispatcher Meets Caller” – Jade Birch 
          • Outstanding Weather Operation: WSBT Staff 
          • Best Sports Videography: “ND Defeats Northwestern” – Adam Derengowski 

          2018 Associated Press Awards


          • Best Newscast: “Niles Tornado” – WSBT Staff
          • Outstanding Weather Operation: WSBT Staff
          • Best Website
          • Best Station Photojournalism: WSBT Staff
          • Best Producer: Lee Stevens
          • Enterprise Reporting: ” Digital Dependence” – Katlin Connin, DeMarco Brown
          • Best Newscast: “Storm Damage & Emotions Exp” – WSBT Staff
          • Best Spot News Coverage: “Doctor Murdered” – WSBT Staff
          • Best General News: ” Targeting K2 Suppliers” – Hilary Powell, Jade Birch
          • Best News Series: “Get the Lead Out” – Danielle Kennedy, Jade Birch
          • Best Feature Videography: ” Concord Rube Goldberg” – Katlin Connin, DeMarco Brown
          • Outstanding News Operation: WSBT Staff

          Springfield, IL – WICS

          2019 Illinois Associated Press

          1st Place

          • Best Light Feature: “Saint’s Flight” – Dee Dee Gatton, Anchor 
          2nd Place 
          • Best TV Website: “” – AJ Bailey & Cody King, Digital 
          • Best Investigative Report: “Overtime Goldmine” – Rachel Droze, Reporter

          2017 Illinois Broadcasters Association Awards

          1st Place
          • Best Medium Market TV Weathercast – Cheryl Lemke
          2nd Place
          • Best Medium Market Sports Anchor: “Weekend” – David Coy
          • Best Medium Market Photographer: “Early Evening Shows” – Shawn Shanlee

          2016 Illinois Silver Dome Awards

          1st Place
          • Medium Market Local program, Series or Documentary: “Child Loss Series” – Stacey Skrysak
          • Medium Market TV: Best TV Photojournalism

          2016 Illinois Broadcaster Association Awards

          1st place
          • Best Local Program-Series or Documentary: “Child Loss” – Stacey Skrysak, Adam Theilken\
          Best TV Photojournalist
          • Shawn Shanle – Photojournalist

          Syracuse, NY – WTVM / WSTM

          2019 New York State Broadcasters Association

          1st Place

          • 2019 Serving New York: “NBC3 & CBS5 AM Shows, Noon, 5, 5:30, 6, 11 PM,” 
          • Best Sportscast: “NBC3” 
          • Best Social Media Personality: Niko Tamurian – CNY Central 

          2018 New York AP Awards

          1st Place

          • Spot News Coverage: “Severe Weather Slams the Syracuse Area” – WSTM Staff

          2018 Syracuse Press Club Awards

          1st Place

          • Spot News: “Shooting Near Elementary School Frightens Parents” – Reporter, Brett Hall
          • Regularly Scheduled Sportscast: “Syracuse Meets it’s Match in Miami” – Sports Team, Niko Tamurian, Matt Hauswirth
          • Multimedia Story: “Tear it Down or Fix it Up” – Reporter, Brett Hall
          • Best Use of Social Media: “Tornado Touches Down in Vernon Downs” – Tyler Head, Wayne Maher

          2nd Place

          • Spot News: “Missing Florida Teen Winds up in Syracuse” – Anchor, Michael Benny, Producer, Justine Marschner
          • Regularly Scheduled Sportscast: “Syracuse Drops Duke with Dramatic Buzzer Beater” – Sports Team, Niko Tamurian, Matt Hauswirth, Matt Landers
          • Video Journalism: Reporter, Alex Resila
          • Best Weathercast: “December Snowstorm” – Meteorologist Peter Hall

          2018 New York State Broadcasters Association

          • Service to New York: “Telethons (Hurricane Harvey, Food Bank) & Katko Town Hall” – WSTM/WTVH/WSTQ Staff

          1st Place

          • Outstanding Evening Newscast: WSTM Staff
          • Best Sportscast: WSTM Staff
          • Outstanding Social Media Personality: Anchor, Matt Mulcahy
          • Outstanding Weathercast: “The Next Big Weather Maker” – Meteorologist, Molly Matott

          Traverse City, MI – WPBN

          2015 Michigan Association of Broadcasters

          • Best Weathercast: ” 5pm”  – Chief Meteorologist, Mark Watkins
          • Best Feature: “A Special Bond” – Reporter, Erika Erickson
          • Best Series:  Mini Documentary – ” Unthinkable-The Goodhart Murders” – Anchor, Marc Schollett

          2014 Traverse City Red Hot List

          Local TV Personality
          • Marc Schollett, Melissa Smith
          Local Weatherman
          • Joe Charlevoix, Marc Watkins
          Sports Reporter
          • Harrison Beeby

          Tulsa, OK – KTUL

          2016 Associated Press Awards

          • Solo Journalism – Kristin Dickerson
          • Special Program – Mike Massey, Amy B
          • General Photography – Dre Dabars, KTUL Staff
          • Video Editing – Dre Dabars
          • Best Feature – Burt Mummolo, KTUL Staff

          2016 Radio Television Digital News Association Awards

          • Regional Best Website
          • Continuing coverage

          2016 Emmy Awards

          • Daytime Newscast
          • Video Journalist – Kristin Dickerson

          2015 Regional Murrow Awards

          Continuing Coverage

          2015 Gracie Award

          Outstanding Anchor – News or Magazine
          • Kristin Dickerson

          Washington, DC – WJLA

          2017 Regional Emmy Award

          1st place
          • Newscast Daytime: “Tornado Disaster: ABC7 4PM” – Tornado Disaster: ABC7 4PM
          • Newscast Evening: “Silver Spring Explosion” – Lauren Stauffer, Andrea Nejman, Jonathan Elias, Anna-Lysa Gayle, Timothy Barber
          • GA Report within 24 hours: “Be the Light” – “Jay Korff, Dwayne Myers”
          • GA Report no time limit: “Cumberland at a Crossroads” – Jay Korff, Kevin Drennen
          • Continuing Cov. within 24 hrs: “Tordil Take Down” – Staff
          • Team Coverage: “Silver Spring Explosion” – Staff
          • Investigative Single Story: “Sudden Impact-Takata Airbag” – Lisa Fletcher, Dwayne Myers, Holly Shannon, Ron Mounts, Jeffrey Keene
          • News Special: “A Nations Story” – Rebecca McDevitt, staff
          • Arts & Entertainment Story: “Tuba Man” – Jay Korff, Kevin Drennen
          • Military Special: “Left Behind” – Jay Korff, Kevin Drennen
          • Politics/ Government: “Butt Dial Death” – Chris Papst
          • Magazine Program: “ABC7 Stories that Matter” – Rebecca McDevitt, Jay Korff
          • Overall Excellence: Dan Mellon, General Manager
          • Anchor News: “Elias Composite” – Elias Composite
          • Reporter Live: “Ice, Snow, Wind, Fire & Football” – Jay Korff
          • Reporter Political: “Campaign 2016: On the Trail” – Scott Thuman
          • Photography within 24 hours: “Through a Photographers Lens Take 2” – Dwayne Myers
          • Photography: ” A Year of Photography at WJLA” – Kevin Drennen
          • Writer News: “A Place of Honor and Healing” – Jay Korff
          • Writer News: “That’s Korff with 2 Fs” – Jay Korff

          2017 Chesapeake AP Award

          1st Place
          • News Documentary: “Left Behind” – Jay Korff, Kevin Drennen
          • Continuing Coverage: “Silver Spring Explosion” – Staff
          • Outstanding Photography: Kevin Drennen
          • VJ/One Man Band: Mike Carter-Conneen
          • Best Reporter: Jay Korff

          2017 National Headliner Award

          • Public Service: “Fatal Butt Dial” – Chris Papst

          2017 RTDNA Award

          1st Place
          • Overall Excellence: WJLA-TV: All Staff, Mitch Jacob
          • Excellence in Sound: “Tuba Man” – Kevin Drennen
          • News Documentary: “Left Behind” – Jay Korff, Kevin Drennen
          • News Series: “Butt Dial Death” – Chris Papst
          • Excellence in Video – Kevin Drennen
          • Newscast: “Election Day Arrives” – Election Day Arrives

          2016 (CAPBA Awards) Chesapeake AP Broadcast Association Award

          Outstanding Coverage of a Continuing Story
          Outstanding Feature or Human Interest Story
          Best Reporter
          Outstanding News Operation
          • WJLA-TV, Washington – Mitch Jacob, Joe DeFeo, Gregg Micklos, Holly Shannon, Kelly Lamp, Lauren Stauffer, Shon Hawkins, and Dan Mellon

          2016 EMMY Awards

          Overall Excellence Politics/Government Program Special
          •  “Your Voice, Your Future: America State of Affairs” – Michael Jaffe, Joe DeFeo, Scott Thuman, Alan Siskin
          Business/Consumer Program Special
          • “7 On Your Side” –  Holly Shannon, Rebecca McDevitt, Horace Holmes, Kimberly Suiters, Chris Papst, Rigel Moranchel, James Joslyn, and Dale Wright
          • “That’s Korff with two Fs” – Jay Korff
          Continuing Coverage Within 24 Hours
          • “The Baltimore Riots: A City Under Siege”  –  Jay Korff, Lauren Stauffer, Simon Middleton, Andrea Nejman, Martin Doane, Jennifer Blye, Leon Harris, Horace Holmes, John Gonzalez, Michael Rudd, AnnaMaria Di Pietro, Joe DeFeo, Travis Washington, Chanelle Oliver, Ashley Billings, Alison Starling, Jessica Glasser, Rebecca McDevitt, Brad Bell, Kellye Lynn, Michael Jaffe, Richard Martin, Mitch Jacob, and Donna Harris
          Continuing Coverage Within 24 Hours
          • “The Baltimore Riots: A City Under Siege:  – Jay Korff, Van Applegate, Rebecca McDevitt, Jonathan Elias, Vince Brando, Richard Martin, Mason Herndon, Crystal Wimberley, and Isam Daho
          Sports/ Single Story/ News Series
          • “200 Miles for 200 Children ” – Jay Korff, Dwayne Meyers
          Health Science/ Single News Story
          • “The Surprise” – Jay Korff, Tim Guidry
          Politics/Government News Series No Limit
          • “The Immigration Crisis Close-up” –  Scott Thuman

          Best Transportation/Traffic Reporter

          • “Julie Wright Traffic & Fun” –  Julie Wright

          Best Political Reporter

          • “Politics & Terror”  –  Scott Thuman

          Best Live Reporter

          • “Jay Korff Live Compilation” –   Jay Korff

          Newscast/Weekend/Larger Market

          • “Baltimore Boils Over” – Brett Holton, Lauren Harshman, Richard Reeve, Christopher Durden, Kellye Lynn, Kimberly Suiters, LeRita Reid, and Donna Harris

          Newscast/Evening/Larger Market

          • “ABC7 News at 11pm: Baltimore Riots” – Lauren Stauffer, Andrea Nejman, and George Williams II

          Newscast/Evening/Larger Market

          • “ABC7 News at 11pm: Baltimore Riots” – Lauren Stauffer, Andrea Nejman, and George Williams II

          ABC7 News at 11pm

          • ” Philadelphia” – Lauren Stauffer, Andrea Nejman, Leon Harris, Jay Korff, and Brad Bell

          2016 National Murrow Award

          Best Breaking News

          • “Baltimore Riots: A City Under Siege”  – WJLA News Staff

          Best News Documentary

          • “Diverted: TWA 514” – WJLA News Staff

          Best Hard News Reporting

          • “The Great Escape” – WJLA News Staff

          Best Sports Reporting

          • “Training for the Tahoe 200” – WJLA News Staff

          Best Writing

          • “200 Miles for 200 Children” – WJLA News Staff

          West Palm Beach, FL – WPEC

          2019 Telly’s

          1st Place

          • General News or News Feature: “Battle at the Boarder” – Michael Buczyner, Wally Lurz, Chris Hinson, Chris Mills and Maria Tomasch
          • General News or News Feature: “Inside the VA” – Andrea Marvin, Wally Lurz and Maria Tomasch
          • General News or News Feature: “Passionate Chorus” – Maxine Bentzel and Wally Lurz

          2018 Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards

          • Team Coverage: “Parkland Strong” – Adam Henning, Carl Pugliese, Liz Quirantes, Lynda Figueredo,
            Michael Buczyner, Robert Hubler, Brittany Silverstein
          • Feature News Report: “Impact Puerto Rico” – Yaremi Farinas, Chris Hinson
          • Talent Reporter Live: “Captivating Live Shot Composite” – Vincent Crivelli

          2018 Telly’s


          • General Nature/Wildlife Reporting: “CBS12 News” – Michael Buczyner & Wally Lurz
          • General News: “CBS12 News” – Lynda Figueredo & Wally Lurz
          • General – Miscellaneous: “CBS12 News” Wally Lurz

          2018 Traffic Safety Committee of the Palm Beaches

          1st Place

          • Distinguished Service: “CBS12 News This Morning” – Anchor, Samantha Kerrigan

          Wilkes-Barre, PA – WOLF

          2019 Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Association

          • Outstanding Investigative Story/Report/Series – Tennyson Coleman
          • Outstanding Television Coverage of a Local Sporting Event: “Friday Night Rivals” –  William Murphy, Bob Ide, Steve Phillips

          2018 Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Association

          • Outstanding Television Feature/Report/Series – Brian Sheehan, Reporter and Tyler Peterson, Videographer

          Yakima, WA – KIMA / KEPR

          2016 Society of Professional Journalist Northwest

          1st Place
          • Live Breaking News Coverage: “Suspect survives confrontation with SWAT” – Crystal Bui
          2nd Place
          • Live Breaking News Coverage: “Roosevelt fire has entrants on edge” – Kathleen Jacobs
          3rd Place
          • Sports Reporting: “Graff Strong, Getting Stronger” – Vincent Sapienza
          • Live Breaking News Coverage: “Four in custoday after Yakima standoff” – Bridget Chapman

          2015 Tri-City Herald People’s Choice Awards

          1st place – News Anchor
          • Terry Chick
          1st place – Sportscaster
          • Vince Sapienza
          3rd place -News Anchor
          • Annie Andrews
          Favorite Weathercaster – 2nd place
          • Mike McCabe
          3rd place
          • Jay Frank
          Favorite Sportscaster – 3rd place
          • Morgan Vance