WHNT News 19 Honored With Seven Associated Press Awards

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Ryan Cody, left, and Jerry Hayes, right, hold WHNT News 19's 2015 Associated Press Awards

Ryan Cody, left, and Jerry Hayes, right, hold WHNT News 19’s 2015 Associated Press Awards

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – WHNT News 19 wins seven Associated Press awards for stories and work broadcast during 2014. They were presented during a luncheon at the Birmingham Marriott. WHNT News 19 brought home six First Place awards and one Honorable Mention in the Television Division 2 competition.

While the names below represent the winning work that was entered into the contest, we congratulate all of our team members who do their part every day to deliver the news to you on air, on whnt.com and through social media.

Best Documentary – #Virtues: WHNT-TV, Tiffany Golden, Michelle Stark, Sam Lott

Best Investigative Reporting – Scrubbed: A Taking Action Investigation: WHNT-TV, Carrie Marchese, Shane Hays

Best Sports Story – Deshler Dominating Adversity: WHNT-TV, Ryan Cody

Best Sports Feature – Huntsville Havoc Visits The NICU: WHNT-TV, Jerry Hayes, Shane Hays, Ryan Cody

Victor Irving Best Staff Photography – WHNT-TV, Shane Hays, Ryan Cody, David Kumbroch

Stan Tarilton Best Photographer – WHNT-TV, Shane Hays

Best News Feature – Honorable Mention – A Soldier Remembered: WHNT-TV, Jerry Hayes, Gregg Stone