Darran Todd

Darran Todd

Multimedia Journalist

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

  Murder trial begins for 2015 Albany death

  Albany Recreation & Parks give seniors a magical experience with Valentine’s Day breakfast

  Radium Spring Middle School students learn how to prevent social isolation

Albany resident shocked his neighbor was shot

Senate bill could put the future of the Dougherty Co. Police Dept. in your hands

  Albany police urge community to use exchange zones for in-person social media transactions

  ’I grew up on this farm’: Coffee Co. family begins picking up the pieces after severe weather hits their home

  ‘I’ve got a lot of money tied up into this house’: Cordele man still recovering from storms gets hit again by Thursday’s weather

  Dougherty Co. Public Works prepares for storm days in advance

  Albany residents want to see change after teen shot

  Georgia Peanut Commissioners host annual reports day at UGA

  Tifton community raise concerns about leaning Smokehouse billboard

  Workshop at Chehaw Park recreates hammocks, toys with recycled materials

  African American lecture professor educates community on Andersonville history

  Southwest Georgia students learn criminal justice lessons through mock trial competition

  Albany police looking for next class of Citizen’s Academy

  Albany commissioners approve a $2 milllion dollar proposal

  Turner Co. School Board purchases new set of wheels for students

  Albany police creates ‘Civilian Crime Scene Technician’ for college students

  Community members reflect on Carter’s Grill & Restaurant still closed after years

  Tift Co. middle schoolers explore their future in career outlook program

  ‘Operation from Tift with Love’ kicks off to support deployed troops

  ’I think my greatest joy is giving them to people’: 93-year-old sews her way into the hearts of South Georgians

Tift Co. Show Choir earns top spot at grand championship

  Tifton elementary school presents ‘Pre-School Reading Night’

  Monroe High students learn about safe driving from truck driver

  ‘He didn’t deserve to die like that’: Neighbors speak out about Tifton man’s death inside home

  Lee Co. elementary students bring families together with ‘Frozen Jr.’

  Fraternity raises money for ASU scholarships with Bowl-A-Thon

  GSP: Phones, road rage major factors in car accidents