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

Have you gotten your shot for Hepatitis A?

  GSP wants drivers to arrive safely during football season

  ‘I’m going to try for another 50’: Tifton barber styling, cutting and buzzing hair for 50 years

  Tift Co. educators reflect on life, legacy of John Smith

  Recent heat could impact dairy coming from South Ga.

  Mayor says Tifton is on the rise

  Victim speaks out after Pizza Hut armed robbery in Cordele

  ABAC students get good meals, clothes with ‘The Closet Pantry’

  100 year old Tifton building to be redeveloped

  South Ga. helps Clear the Shelters

  UGA super fan ready for football season

  Turner Co. native becomes new superintendent

  Tift Co. senior citizens learn lessons on bullying

  Tifton gets ready to ‘strike out’ Alzheimer’s

  Community activist: Penalties for hands-free law aren’t tough enough

  Tift Recreation Dept. meet to discuss plan for youth

Tift Co. announces 'Old Tire Amnesty’ program

  Tift Co. leaders work to protect you in dangerous heat

  Fraternity gives back by feeding ASU football team

Georgia Power staff volunteers at Second Harvest to prepare for Tifton grand opening

  New farmers market brings fresh produce to South Tifton

Tift Co. staff members receive new cars to bring in the school year

  Leaders make sure you can always get a lift in Tift

  Tift Co. High School alumnus honors memory of Coach Bateman through music

  Turner Co. Elementary School back in session

  ABAC welcomes new dean of Arts and Sciences

  Eighth Street Middle School students get back into the groove of school

  People paint police car at Crisp Co. National Night Out

  Pastor responds to the permanent closing of Harvey’s in South Albany

  VH1 reality star host 5k run to fight obesity