COLUMBUS, Ohio (WDTN) - Several of WDTN's staff members were honored Sunday by the Ohio Associated Press at an awards banquet in Columbus.
Jordan Burgess was named "Best Reporter" and Kris Sproles took home the title of "Best Photographer."
Burgess and Sproles teamed up to win first place for "Best Feature Reporting" as well for a story they put together on a rock 'n' roll church service.
Holly Samuels and Paul Rodzinka won first place in the "Enterprising Reporting" category for a piece they did on the rising number of women applying for concealed carry licenses.
Samuels also won second place for "Best Broadcast Writing."
To see a list of all the winners in our category and to read the judges' comments, click here .
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Fifty names were read as families mourned their loved ones who were victims of violence.