In a sea of tree-climbing, swamp-diving showboat TV reporters, Tony Pipitone of WTVJ/NBC 6 stands out for his even temper and matter-of-fact delivery. Where others rely on anecdotal man-on-the-street interviews to get a sound bite, Pipitone uses cold, hard facts to show viewers exactly how they're getting screwed. For instance, he recently analyzed data from 44,000 local trauma center admissions and found a huge disparity in the cost of treatment. Those chops undoubtedly come from Pipitone's background as a former newspaper reporter in Baltimore, followed by 26 years as an investigative TV reporter in Orlando. Since his move to Miami in 2014, he has tackled everything from shady charter school operators to Florida's hit-and-run epidemic. And with 12 Suncoast Emmys and six Edward R. Murrow Awards, he has the hardware to prove he's the real deal.