Steve Crocker co-anchors the 6 and 9pm newscasts at WBRC FOX6 News. Steve grew up watching television news in Queens, New York and was introduced to broadcasting by his older brother Rob, who does jazz radio in the New York area. Steve's broadcasting career began at WCLK radio in Atlanta, while attending Morehouse College, where he earned a B.A. in Mass Communications. After working as a producer and reporter at several radio stations in Atlanta in the late 80's, he moved to TV in 1990, as a news writer for CNN, working on stories including the fall of the Soviet Union, the Los Angeles riots and the O.J. Simpson trial. On occasion, Steve also filled in as an anchor for CNN, Headline News and CNN's Airport channel. In 1995, Steve went to work as a reporter and morning anchor for KDFW-TV, the Fox station in Dallas. In 1998, Steve moved to WIS-TV in Columbia, S.C. to anchor the 6pm & 11pm news. In 2003, Steve joined the WBRC/FOX6 team and has been proud to be in Birmingham ever since.
Relieved. It’s how Oliver Robinson says he feels to know that he will serve 33 months in federal prison, even though he doesn’t know where just yet. The former state legislator had pleaded guilty to seven charges including bribery, fraud and conspiracy.
Reducing traffic is one reason UAB has launched something called the Blazer Home program. We told you three months ago they were offering university employees incentives to buy a home in Five Points, Glen Iris or Titusville. "The dowtown malfunction junction area was kind of crazy and stressful," Vince Burgett said. That's why Burgett and his wife recently traded the maddening drive from Morris for this handsome home in Birmingham's 5 Points South, between Dreamland ...
Black Panther continues its record-breaking worldwide run going into it's second weekend. But if you're intrigued by the ruler of the fictional African nation of Wakanda, who are some real African heroes whose names you should know?
The animals like Kwanzaa the lion may always be the stars of the Birmingham Zoo. But the next time you talk with a zookeeper, you may be talking to a rising star in the national zoo community thanks to the Birmingham Zoo's Passion Into Conservation Action, or PICA grants.