John Huddleston

John Huddleston joined WBRC FOX6 News in August 2012. He worked in Tuscaloosa for the previous 10 years. John started in TV while still in high school. He joined College Sports Southeast in the fall of 2000 and worked as a tape editor/studio camera operator. He then moved to Tuscaloosa to attend school at the University of Alabama and later graduated with a degree in broadcast news. While still in school, John worked at WVUA-TV starting off as a weekend photographer and eventually working his way up to Executive Producer/10PM Anchor. He worked most of the years in between as a sports anchor/producer at the station. John has received close to 25 Associated Press awards for his work in both news and sports. He was named "Best Sports Anchor" four times and was the producer of the program that won "Best Sports Program" five times. In addition, he has been honored for his reporting and photography work covering both news and sports. In his spare time, John enjoys playing golf, traveling, and reading. He currently lives in Hoover with his wife Clare, who is also a WBRC FOX6 News reporter.

Recent Articles by John

  Cullman County Schools cancel classes Friday due to flooding

Stretch your dollar for Severe Weather Preparedness sales tax holiday

Minor flooding thus far as more rain forecasted

Another accident in Homewood intersection prompts concerns

Sec. of State: Alabama woman who joined ISIS, wants to return home is no longer US citizen; cannot return

Hoover death investigation ruled as homicide

Exposed electrical wires found on Birmingham street

Amazon scrapping New York plans should have no effect on JeffCo construction

How available are AEDs in Alabama?

How have school safety plans changed 1 year since the Parkland shooting?

Moody police purchasing new drug detection device

What was causing the discoloration of JeffCo creek water?

Think your tax refund is lower this year? You’re not the only one

Changes in how Hoover police receive overtime

Esports coming to a high school near you

Runner who collapsed at Mercedes Marathon recounts experience

UAB faculty helping students save money

5 things to do when cleaning during flu season

Hueytown church, community members help elementary students with ‘Blessings in a Bag’

New payday lending rules might be over before they start