Facebook is dropping the “like” button for pages in favor of a more simplified approach, but it could mean some of your favorite Facebook pages, including WBRC FOX6 News, will no longer show up on your news feed.
General Manager, Collin R. Gaston, and News Director, Shannon Isbell, today announced a new weekday anchor lineup to the evening and late newscasts, as well as the addition of a new traffic anchor on Good Day Alabama.
The WBRC First Alert Storm Tracker is a Ford Expedition with four-wheel drive, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled, and a five-star crash rating. The vehicle is the newest WBRC First Alert Storm Tracker to join the WBRC fleet, powered by Town & Country Ford.
Dixon Hayes has covered Anniston Gadsden Talladega and surrounding areas of East Alabama since 1988 and has done so exclusively for WBRC FOX6 News since June 1999. Staying in that one area so long basically keeps him near his hometown his lifelong friends and his family.