Dave Huddleston came to Channel 2 Action News as a reporter/anchor in January 2012. He comes to WSB-tv after criss-crossing the country. Raised in Tacoma, Wash., Dave has won numerous awards including the 2011 Emmy for Best Anchor in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Southern New Jersey.
He and a team of reporters won a George Foster Peabody award for a series of stories on mentoring. In 2008, he won another national award, the National Association of Black Journalist's Salute to Excellence Award for a report on Temple Hospital's From the Cradle to the Grave Program.
Dave started his career in Seattle, Washington as a production assistant on Evening Magazine. He then moved to the Midwest and in front of the camera in Madison, Wis.
He got the call to join WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, Minn. after the news director spotted him on TV in Madison.
Philadelphia, Pa. and the FOX owned and operated station was the next stop where Dave was the primary co-anchor for the FOX 29 10 o'clock news.
He joined the CBS station, KYW in Philadelphia and helped launched Eyewitness News at 10 on the CW Philly and the Emmy award winning Brotherly Love Report, a series of stories of average citizens doing great things through volunteer activities.
Dave has sat on numerous local and national boards including the National Marrow Donor Program, Washington State University's Foundation, and was an executive board member for the Penn-Jersey Red Cross and executive board member for the Philadelphia Gift of Life Organization.
Dave joined the National Bone Marrow Registry and donated bone marrow to a 17- year-old with leukemia.
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