Charleston Huntington, WV – WCHS/WVAH

2021 RTDNA Awards

  • Small Market Television Station: Breaking News Coverage “Chemical Plant Explosion”- Staff

2021 WV Broadcasters Association Awards

1st Place

  • Best Sportscaster- Mark Martin
  • Best Breaking News Coverage “Charleston Officer Shot”- Staff
  • Best AM Newscast “Eyewitness News This Morning”- Michelle Carroll
  • Best Locally Produced TV Show “UBB: 10 Years Later”- Leslie Rubin
Finalist
  • Outstanding Sports Operation of The Virginas “Eyewitness Sports”- Mark Martin, CJ Harvey, & Josh Lewis
  • Best Investigative Reporting “Why is The Bay with The Mayor’- Leslie Rubin
  • Best Team Coverage “Honoring a Hero”- Team

2020 WV Broadcasters Association Awards

1st Place

  • Best General Assignment Reporting- Whitney Wetzel
  • Best PM Newscast “Eyewitness News at 6”- Latasha Hughes
  • Best Serious Feature “Where is Hoover”- Leslie Rubin
  • Best Website “www.wchstv.com”- Staff
  • Mountain State Heritage “Traveling West Virginia”- Brad Rice

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 Virginas 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