Dave Huddleston, WSB-TV

Dave Huddleston

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Recent:
  • WSB-TV
Past:
  • WPXI
  • WHIOTV
  • WSOCTV
  • WSB Radio
  • KIRO 7

Recent articles by Dave:

State election board votes to create online portal to apply for absentee ballots

The Georgia State Election Board is making major changes to how you can get your hands on an absentee ballot. It voted on Monday to create an online portal for people to register to get an absentee ballot. Officials said the goal is to have it up before the November election. Channel 2 Action News met former election worker John Sullivan in April. Sullivan was concerned absentee ballots weren’t… → Read More

Take a look inside Tyler Perry’s ‘Camp Quarantine’

We're taking you behind the scenes to show you how Perry was able to bring more than 300 cast and crew members back to work as safely as possible. → Read More

Atlanta mayor opening up COVID-19 testing center for city workers

Concerned about rising COVID-19 cases, Atlanta's mayor said Wednesday she is opening up a new testing center just for city workers, so they can get back to servicing the city. → Read More

Athens judge pauses ordinance that would have banned alcohol sales after 10 p.m.

Channel 2′s Dave Huddleston was in Athens, where residents said the ordinance would have had a negative impact on local businesses and the town’s culture. → Read More

Bulldogs fans disappointed in changes to SEC season

University of Georgia football won't start until the end of September and they will only play in-conference games. → Read More

Rep. John Lewis lies in state at U.S Capitol before returning to Atlanta

LIVE Team 2 Coverage continues from Washington, D.C. now on Channel 2 Action News → Read More

Rep. John Lewis’ casket arrives in D.C. to lie in state at U.S. Capitol

We’ll bring you LIVE Team 2 Coverage inside and outside the Capitol, all day on Channel 2 Action News. → Read More

Civil Rights icon, leader Rev. C.T. Vivian dies at age of 95

We will be remembering the Reverend’s lasting mark on the Civil Rights Movement, throughout the day on Channel 2 Action News. → Read More

Governor sues Atlanta mayor, city council over mask mandate

The move will set up a legal showdown between the state and local governments over efforts to contain the disease. → Read More

Surge in COVID-19 infections means long road back for Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines lost $5.7 billion during a brutal three-month stretch in which the coronavirus pandemic brought travel to a near standstill. → Read More

State health director says lag time for COVID-19 test results ‘unacceptable’

Dr. Kathleen Toomey on Monday said she’s so concerned about it that she mentioned it to the governor and they are now taking action. → Read More

Man showed up to COVID-19 testing appointment but says he had to do test himself

Nikolaus Daniels said he and a friend got tested Friday but when they pulled up the technician told him he would have to do the test. → Read More

This is how Atlanta’s airport is keeping travelers safe for the holiday weekend

We’re learning the steps Delta Air Lines is taking specifically for its customers, on Channel 2 Action News starting at 4 p.m. → Read More

Governor says people know what to do to keep COVID-19 cases down

Kemp said he is concerned about young people and the virus. → Read More

Shooting deaths of 3 homeless people in Atlanta may be tied to same killer

All three shootings have happened since June 1 at downtown homeless camps near Pryor Street and Interstate 20. All victims were shot multiple times with a hand gun. → Read More

Civil rights groups intend to sue Secretary of State over long lines, problems at the polls

Several civil rights groups told Channel 2 Action News they plan to sue the state of Georgia over voting issues at the polls. They told Channel 2’s Dave Huddleston that Georgia has had voting irregularities for more than a decade, and what is happening now doesn’t surprise them. Voter Brian Delaney said despite the long lines and voting issues at many voting locations around metro Atlanta, he… → Read More

State health director warns Georgians not to let down their guard over COVID-19

Dr. Kathleen Toomey said just because the state is opening back up does not mean the coronavirus isn’t still out there. → Read More

DA charges six APD officers for use of excessive force on 2 college students

Watch Channel 2 Action News RIGHT NOW for the latest developments in the charges against the officers. → Read More

“We felt like we were going to die” Students tased by Atlanta police speak for first time

Morehouse student Messiah Young, 22, and Spelman student Taniyah Pilgrim, 20, are speaking out for the first time about what happened to them Saturday night. → Read More

From Riverdale to aircraft carrier: local sailor reflects on Navy journey

While we remember those who fought and died for our freedom on Memorial Day and every day, there are thousands of active duty servicemen and woman protecting us right now. → Read More