CINCINNATI - WCPO won eight Emmy awards for various news coverage, including a top Community Service Emmy.
The award announcements were made Saturday night at Belterra Casino.
9 News won the Community Service Emmy for the " 10 Years Later: A Changed City " series. The series focused on more than 30 stories in 30 days that culminated in a one-hour documentary, all about how far the city of Cincinnati has come since the 2001 riots.
9 News anchor and investigative reporter Brendan Keefe took home the seven other awards:
1) Craft Achievement in Reporting - Features/Human Interest (composite of three stories)
2) Investigative Series - "I-Team: Cincinnati's Ghost Station"
3) Continuing Coverage - "I-Team: Stolen Freedom"
4) Crime - "I-Team: Time Machine for Crime-fighters"
5) Specialty Assignment Report - "I-Team: Grave Mistakes"
6) General Assignment Report - No Time Limit - "I-Team: Growing Problem of Budget Cuts"
7) Video Journalist - "I-Team: Missing Speed Limit Signs"
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