Brittany Dionne

Brittany Dionne

Reporter/Anchor

Birmingham, Ala.

There’s no place like home for Brittany Dionne, a Birmingham, AL native and graduate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and E.B. Erwin High School.

Brittany joined the WBRC FOX6 News team in February of 2019 as a reporter/anchor after serving as a reporter and fill-in Anchor for First Coast News in Jacksonville, FL. While in the “Sunshine Sate”, Brittany covered the terrorist attack at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Irma, and the disappearance of the El Faro container ship where 33 sailors perished after the ship sank upon sailing into the path of Hurricane Joaquin. While in Jacksonville, Brittany was also part of coverage which earned the news team the prestigious Regional Edward R. Murrow award for Hurricane Matthew coverage. Her contributions also led to several team members winning Emmys for coverage of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting.

Brittany began her journalism career in Columbus, GA at ABC/FOX affiliate WTVM News Leader 9. While in Columbus, Brittany served as lead legal reporter and fill-in anchor. She also covered Fort Benning where she spent countless hours documenting life on post for our nations hero’s.


Recent Articles by Brittany

  Health officials reconsider public wearing masks to slow spread of COVID-19

  Can taking vitamins and other home remedies boost your immune system?

  Local businesses band together to make the best of a tough situation

  Families unable to visit patients at hospitals because of COVID-19, even if they are not diagnosed with the virus

  Coronavirus numbers change by the minute

  Is it safe to handle mail during COVID-19 outbreak?

  B’ham woman with coronavirus: ‘I really didn’t take it that seriously. I wouldn’t wish this pain on anyone.’

  Is it time to refinance your home?

  Trussville family talks about what it’s like isolating themselves at home during COVID-19 outbreak

  Alabama COVID-19 Telemedicine Task Force to figure out a better way to service their patients

  Gov. Kay Ivey moves Runoff Election to July 14 due to coronavirus pandemic

  Some claim laptop and computer monitor shortage as more people work remotely

  How to treat COVID-19 at home

  Bessemer circuit court judge exposed to coronavirus, worries about impact to justice system.

How to seek care for other illnesses during COVID-19 pandemic

  How to get tested for coronavirus in Alabama

  Cullman Co. woman claims family has been turned away while trying to get tested for coronavirus

  How the coronavirus is impacting the service industry

  Local school districts prepare for Coronavirus outbreak

  Sen. Kamala Harris visits Miles College, speaks on rumors of joining Biden as running mate

  Congress stops in Birmingham for annual civil rights piligrimage

  UPDATE: B’ham 6th grader intially denied transfer after attack at school now approved to go to new school

  Jones Valley Middle School student attacked by several classmates recorded and shared online, parent fears for daughter’s life

  Health experts warn about germs at the polls

  How to stop political candidates from sending text messages to your phone

  Center Point fire officials warn against deadly decision after two deaths

  Center Point Mayor: Concerns about crime ‘blown out of proportion,’ as several businesses close

  B’ham church & neighbors fight back against blight

  College students gather in Birmingham to learn the power of participating in elections

  The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute projects $600,000 deficit