CBS News Investigative Unit Wins Emmy Award
The first part of a five-month CBS News Investigation found a staggering number of rape kits -- that could contain incriminating DNA evidence -- have never been sent to crime labs for testing. In the second part of the report, CBS News found more than 6,000 rape kits from active investigations waited months, even years to be tested.
Congratulations to Anchor and Managing Editor Katie Couric, Executive Producer Rick Kaplan, Senior Producer Keith Summa, Producer Laura Strickler, and Chief Investigative Correspondent Armen Keteyian on the win.
Watch the winning reports below.
- Okla. tornado survivor finds dog buried alive under rubble
- 5/24: I-5 bridge collapses north of Seattle; "On the Road": Three siblings survive Okla. tornado
- The forecaster who sounded the alarm for Moore, Okla.
- I-5 bridge collapses north of Seattle
- Survivor of KKK Baptist Church bombing: "I had to forgive"
- Sibling rivalry takes a backseat after Okla. tornado
- On the road: Three siblings survive Okla. tornado
- Jersey Shore shop owners reopen for Memorial Day
- CBS News goes undercover in a Bangladesh clothing factory
- Survivor of Bangladesh factory collapse speaks out
- Man killed in brutal London attack
- Second London terror suspect identified
- Did Obama admin. know of IRS targeting during campaign?
- Resentment over wars may have motivated London terror attack
- Storm spotter: Oklahoma tornado "a nightmare"
- Tornado victim reunites with dog during interview