BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — News 4’s Al Vaughters will soon be a member of the Buffalo Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.
Vaughters was announced as a 2021 inductee on Tuesday morning. A nearly three-decade veteran of the News 4 team, Vaughters has been broadcasting in Buffalo since August 1994.
Prior to this, he reported the news at stations in Chicago, Illinois; Dayton, Ohio; Providence, Rhode Island and Fort Wayne, Indiana.
A trusted and respected name in the community, Vaughters has brought home a number of awards for his work, including two Emmys and an Excellence in Consumer Reporting Award.
Vaughters’ commitment to the community can be seen beyond the TV screen, too. He is a board member of SABAH (Spirited Athletes Bold at Heart) and co-founder and vice president of the Buffalo Association of Black Journalists.
And at home, he’s husband to Michele and the father of two children.
You can read Al Vaughters’ full biography here, and read some of his most recent reports below:
- BBB Warning: Scammers want to get your early tax check next week
- Buffalo’s gateway to downtown no stranger to buildings collapsing
- Relief is on the way as FCC mandates crackdown on annoying ‘robocalls’
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Al Vaughters is an award-winning investigative reporter who has been part of the News 4 team since 1994. See more of his work here.