I-TEAM Reporter Breken Terry and Executive Producer Regan Spencer received the awards for the piece, "Voices for Victims," which was part of more than a year's worth of reporting and investigations.
The award came in the category of "Community Service," which was described during the show as an award that "is given to a station project that impacts an issue of public importance."
A big change came in June 2019 when Governor Kay Ivey signed House Bill 380 into law, which brought about reforms to the ABPP.
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- WAAY 31 I-TEAM: 'Voices for Victims' honored with Regional Emmy Award
- WAAY 31 I-Team Investigation: Veterans Choice
- WAAY 31 I-Team Investigation: Protecting Patients
- WAAY 31 I-Team Investigation: Tianaa Dangers
- I-Team Special Report: Voices for Victims
- WAAY 31 I-TEAM wins Alabama Broadcaster Association award for parole board coverage
- WAAY 31 honors Hometown Hero Sgt. George Mills of Decatur
- WAAY 31 honored by victims advocacy group for Jimmy Spencer investigation
- WAAY 31 I-Team Investigation: Sheriff Ana Franklin's questionable connections
- WAAY 31 I-Team Investigation: Pinpointing 911 cell calls