Darran Todd

Darran Todd

Reporter

Darran Todd joined the WALB news team in May of 2019 as a multimedia journalist. Darran was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi but always wanted to travel and learn the world of broadcasting. Shortly after completing community college at Hinds in Raymond, Mississippi with his associate's degree, Darran moved to Atlanta. Darran graduated from Clark Atlanta University in the spring of 2018 with his bachelor’s degree in broadcasting. While in Atlanta, Darran interned at WGCL-CBS46. Darran’s drive and dedication for journalism came from watching reporters in the newsroom make a difference in the community by giving light to stories and individuals' lives. He fell in love with the hustle and workload of a journalist. When he isn’t chasing stories for WALB, you can find him at the gym or out enjoying all that life has to offer Darran loves the history and culture that the city of Albany has to offer and has really adjusted to a new city.


Recent Articles by Darran

  ‘Our first home’: Organizations help provide home for Leesburg couple

  'Even in death I want to make sure that everybody hears her name’: Vigil held Saturday for Janiyah Brooks

  Gucci Mane, Lil Baby and City Girls come to Albany

  GSP and GDOT talk safety and numbers

  New recycle plant possibly building in urban area in Tifton

Tift County canning plant educates youth

  Turner Co. Health Dept. opens their doors for HIV awareness

  Carolyn Ellis School of Dance in Tifton is relocating

  4-H2O day camp teaches importance of water

  Crisp County Sheriff’s Office hosts open house

  Flint Riverkeepers hosts “ Knobby Knees” event in Downtown Albany

SparkIT computer camp hopes to bring technology into classrooms

Tift Co. pedestrian hospitalized after accident

Beulah Hill Family Life Center to host health fair in Tifton

Georgia State Patrol gives safety tips for driving in rain

  Colquitt EMC offers scholarships to high school and college graduates

  Seamless Summer Feeding Program helping kids eat in Tifton

Berry farmer hopes disaster bill will help

  New method gives improved bunion relief

  Job alert: Ashburn in need of employees

  Tift County names Bus Driver of the Year

Tifton program aims to serve up family fun

  ’We have gone from us getting paid for recycling materials, to us paying’; Tifton recycling owner working to clear out eyesore

Crisp Co. fire station teaches youth how to prevent fires

  Crisp Co. sheriff’s looking for new candidates

  Albany gas prices on the decline

  Albany Fire Department receives new fire trucks

  Albany Tech teaches cyber program

  Families prepped for fun in the sun on Memorial Day

  Beat the heat: Splash pad opens in downtown Albany