Reginald Jones

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Meet Reginald Jones

Reginald came to WTVY News 4 in December 1997 from WAAY-TV in Huntsville. At that time, his duties included Executive News Producer and 5 o'clock News Anchor. Later, he took on the Noon newscast. In October 2000, Reginald began co-anchoring the 6pm and 10pm newscasts.

Reginald began his broadcast journalism career as a reporter at WALB-TV in his hometown of Albany, Georgia. His work has taken him to other stations in Alabama and Georgia.

He holds degrees from Southwestern Christian College in Terrell, Texas and Albany State University in Albany, Georgia. He has done additional study at the University of Texas in Arlington, Poynter Institute for Media Studies and the Columbia School of Journalism.

He has been recognized for his professional work by the Associated Press and has received numerous awards from professional and civic organizations.

Sports Headlines

Posted: 03/17/2018 - Collin Sexton scored a team-high 17 points to total 632 for the year, which ranks third on Alabama’s single-season scoring list

Posted: 03/16/2018 - The 19th-ranked Auburn basketball team played outstanding defense and knocked down timely shots down the stretch to defeat College of Charleston, 62-58, in the first round of the NCAA Midwest Regional at Viejas Arena Friday.

Posted: 03/16/2018 - Rylan Delap along with Dothan Attorney Robert Black hosted a fencing exhibition at the downtown library to introduce the sport to kids in the area.

Posted: 03/15/2018 - Collin Sexton scored 21 of his team-high 24 points after halftime to lead Alabama to an 86-83 victory over Virginia Tech on Thursday night for the Crimson Tide's first NCAA Tournament win in a dozen years.

Updated: 03/14/2018 - You have your greats in the sport of boxing, from Muhammad Ali, Rocky Marciano to Floyd "Money" Mayweather. You know their names, but there is a name you may not know, one that you should know. There's a girl fighting out of the Wiregrass that has already taken the amateur boxing world by storm.