The man, known for ripping the Bill Clinton 'tarmac meeting' scandal wide open, has died.
Alabama TV anchor Christopher Sign is dead at 45 years old, and police are allegedly looking into a possible suicide.
According to reports, he was found dead on Saturday around around 8:13 AM by police.
Cops went to Christopher's Scout Trace home after receiving “a person down” call over the weekend.
Hoover Lt. Keith Czeskleba allegedly told Al.com authorities are investigating a possible suicide.
ABC 33/40 paid tribute to the reporter, saying, “Chris was a tremendous leader in our newsroom.”
“He worked with our reporting staff on a daily basis, but also worked behind the scenes with the I-Team and with news managers on coverage of major events,” his obituary continued. “You were very likely to get an email from him with a story idea in the middle of the night. He was passionate about journalism and showed it each and every day as he pushed himself and his colleagues to be the best.”
Christopher leaves behind a wife, Laura, who he has been with since the '90s after meeting at the University of Alabama.
Both played sports at the university prior to graduation.
Christopher manned the offensive line for the school’s football squad, while Laura was an All-SEC volleyball player.
His Instagram shows that he was a devoted dad who was dedicated to his family.
The sports anchor at Christopher's network addressed his death.
“I can’t believe we have an article with this title,” Jamie Hale wrote Saturday. “It doesn’t feel real. We were in the office together last night cutting up like we always do."
“I don’t understand why,” she continued. “I can’t talk about you in the past tense. The grief today is unbearable.”