Randi Hildreth, WBRC FOX6 News

Randi Hildreth

WBRC FOX6 News

Birmingham, AL, United States

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Recent:
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WTVM News Leader 9
Past:
  • WSFA 12 News
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WALB News 10
  • WAFB
  • WIS News 10
  • Dakota News Now
  • WAFF 48
  • FOX10News | WALA

Recent articles by Randi:

House passes Aniah’s Law, bill now goes to Senate

More than 90 state lawmakers signed on to co-sponsor the bill which passed the house 101-0. → Read More

Is Alabama vaccinating people from out of state?

Leaders with the Alabama Department of Public Health say it is a situation they are monitoring, but they don’t believe a large number of people have come to Alabama to get vaccinated. → Read More

Apartment building burns, water hard to find amid Texas freeze

The volunteer fire department had to bring water from remote locations, delaying rescue efforts. → Read More

Fairfield City School employees get first dose of COVID vaccine

More teachers in Central Alabama got the first dose of the COVID vaccine Wednesday. → Read More

Community helping woman who lost home and husband in same week

One woman is asking for volunteers to help a tornado survivor who lost her home and husband in the same week. → Read More

Community helping woman who lost home and husband in same week

One woman is asking for volunteers to help a tornado survivor who lost her home and husband in the same week. → Read More

COVID-19 cases trend down in schools according to latest dashboard numbers

State health doctors say the dip could be because many schools started the semester virtually, for at least for the first full week after the Winter holiday. → Read More

Small business owners wait for PPP loan update

Many small businesses are applying for the next round of financial help from the government to stay afloat, and waiting to find out if they have to pay back the previous COVID-19 relief loan. → Read More

What impact could the new COVID variant have on schools

The CDC continues to monitor for spread of COVID variants - which are essentially new forms of the COVID virus. They’re monitoring one in particular that’s already showing up in the U.S. and it’s considered more contagious. → Read More

State Superintendent concerned about winter months for in-person learning

State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey says he has concerns about COVID’s impact on schools over the next few months and the ability to maintain full in person learning. → Read More

State Superintendent concerned about winter months for in-person learning

State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey says he has concerns about COVID’s impact on schools over the next few months and the ability to maintain full in person learning. → Read More

When will mass vaccinations start for teachers?

State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey and the state’s top health officials met Thursday morning to continue talks on how to get more teachers access to the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

When will mass vaccinations start for teachers?

State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey and the state’s top health officials met Thursday morning to continue talks on how to get more teachers access to the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

USPS moves past holiday shipping backlog

USPS leaders say workers have moved past holiday shipping backlogs that snarled your mail at the hub locally and nationwide. → Read More

Over 400 vaccinations for group 1A, 1B administered in Gadsden

Health care staff ran out of vaccine around 10:00 a.m. Thursday. → Read More

Teacher vaccinations start this week in some parts of the state

The CDC approved recommendations that teachers are next in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine at the end of 2020. → Read More

Gyms preparing for rush of clients

Gyms are preparing for the new year rush to get fit. But like everything else - the pandemic creates challenges. Owners say January is the month gyms thrive because getting in shape is a classic resolution for people. → Read More

Dumpster fire helps town say good riddance to 2020

A town thought that a dumpster fire was, in fact, the perfect way to say farewell to the past year. → Read More

10 children lose mom during pandemic, community steps in this Christmas

A holiday burden was lifted for a family in Montevallo still grieving after losing their mother. Community members in Shelby County stepped in to help the 10 children left behind. → Read More

Birmingham City School teacher transforms her garage into her virtual classroom

Teachers continue to come up with creative ways to educate students during the pandemic. Birmingham City Schools switched to remote learning to end the year and one district teacher transformed her garage into her virtual learning classroom for students. → Read More