Sheldon Haygood began his career as a Sports Reporter at WBRC FOX6 back in 1994. Since then, Sheldon has developed into one of the city's favorite weekend sports anchors. During the week, he is busy covering sports events in the Birmingham area and the Southeast.
Sheldon grew up in the great state of Texas - San Antonio to be exact. His desire to make sports reporting a career grew out of his love of sports in general. During his high school years, Sheldon was involved in team sports. But once out, he tried his hand at radio, working as a disc jockey. He received his degree in Journalism from Southwest Texas State.
His first stint in television landed him a job in Midland, Texas at KMID-TV. There, he worked as a reporter and weekend anchor. From there, Sheldon moved to Lubbock as Sports Director. Then an offer from WHOA-TV (now WNCF-TV) in Montgomery, Alabama took him from his home state. WBRC came knocking in 1994, and Sheldon has been here ever since. Sheldon is married and the father of four beautiful children.
Nine year old Kate Miller is finishing up her third grade year of elementary school, which is remarkable considering six years ago she was diagnosed with cancer. Her battle inspired her mom to write a book about the journey, it is called "Fighting for Kate," and this is her story.
April has been donate life month and that means something of importance to the Legacy of Hope in the state of Alabama, it is Alabama's organ and tissue donation alliance. Recently WBRC met up with heart transplant recipient Ed Stagg, in hopes of getting more to become an organ donors.
It's not unusual for twins to be smart or valedictorian's their senior year of high school, but what about two sets? At Thompson High School Aliyah and Shaliyah Johnson along with Trulle and Hope Karvonen are part of a group of students earning valedictorian; which is a 4.0 GPA or higher.
Homer Brown is in the Guinness Book of world records for the most consecutive played U.S. Open appearances in table tennis. His number is currently 50 in a row after competing recently in the annual event in Orlando.
Realtor Justin Dyar has accomplished something few in Alabama have ever achieved, selling more than 100 million dollars in property in one year. Dyar joined an elite group when he reached the milestone in 2018. We met up with Dyar recently to find out his secrets but also what motivates him.