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Allison Duff started at WHNT News 19 as an intern in August of 2008. She has since made WHNT her home, working various different jobs along her path to be a producer. Allison started as the weekend producer. She then produced WHNT NEWS 19 at 9:00, which debuts February 1, 2010 on WHNT2. She is now happily producing WHNT's newest newscast: WHNT News 19 at 6:30.

Allison graduated from Auburn University with a bachelors in Communication. She turned down a scholarship to Alabama, broke her daddy's heart and headed to the "Loveliest Village on the Plains" where she abandoned her upbringing to become a hardcore Auburn football fan.

Allison has lived in Alabama since 1995. She attended Jones Valley Elementary, Huntsville Middle School and graduated from Huntsville High in 2003. She was involved in Huntsville High theater and played volleyball competitively for several years.

Now, other than producing the news, you can find Allison out and about trying to soak up the local nightlife on the weekends or curled up with her iPod during the week. An avid music lover, she attends the the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, TN every year.


Recent Articles
  • Downtown Decatur Getting a Facelift

  • Great Weather for Bonnaroo

    WHNT News 19’s Allison Duff makes her seventh visit to Bonnaroo.

  • Pay it Forward: Dave Melton

    If you need help or would like to be a part of the help, contact Pastor Dave Melton at the Hartselle Church of the Nazarene.

  • Animal Shelter Overhaul

  • Crimestoppers: Thief Caught on Camera

  • Resilience After the Storm

  • Athens City Council Says “No” to Charter Schools

    Athens city leaders took a new step to denounce any plan of allowing charter schools in Alabama. Local leaders are weighing in on the debate going through state legislation right now.

  • More Shelters Coming to Lawrence County

  • Driving You Crazy: Plainview Crossover

    A busy road, with no turn lane leaves drivers nervously with their tails in traffic. It’s driving some of you crazy, so we’re taking action at the Plainview crossover.

  • Pay it Forward: Calhoun Cupboard

    This week’s Pay it Forward recipient is a professor at Calhoun Community College and an April 27th tornado survivor. Heather Congo has spent the last year giving back to her community in more ways than one.  Her colleague Angie Hood nominated her for a Pay It Forward.

  • Renovations Coming For Huntsville’s Milton Frank Stadium

    A plan is underway to improve Huntsville’s most-used high school football stadium. Crews will get started on Milton Frank Stadium soon.  It hasn’t had a makeover for almost 40 years and isn’t up to code anymore. The Huntsville Board of Education held a special session Thursday to get the process started.  They have to put a rush on it because the next football game there is just 135 days away. Repairs will take at least 130 days.

  • The Criminal Case Against George Zimmerman

    The Trayvon Martin shooting case continues to garner national attention, including here in north Alabama. Local NAACP President Alice Sams praised Wednesday’s latest developments, which saw prosecutors level second-degree murder charges against suspect George Zimmerman. The NAACP has been outspoken on the case, claiming that racial unfairness has played a role in the criminal investigation. “I think this is good news,” said Sams, when asked about the new murder charge. “That’s what the family of Trayvon Martin has asked for, that […]

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