Josh Voight is an Executive Producer at WHNT News 19. Josh joined WHNT in June of 2012. He spent the first two years of his career at another Huntsville television station before moving to WHNT.

Josh graduated from the University of Alabama with a bachelors degree in Telecommunication and Film.

Josh was born and raised in Huntsville. He graduated from Randolph School in 2005. He’s a huge fan of the Green Bay Packers and the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Recent Articles
  • Madison County Man Facing Child Pornography Charge

    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – The Madison County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man on a child pornography charge Friday afternoon. Jeffrey Lee Parker is charged with Possession of Child Pornography.  He was booked into the Madison County Jail shortly after 1:30 p.m. Parker is being held on a $30,000 bond. WHNT News 19 is working to learn more about this case and will bring you the latest on-air and online here at

  • Capital murder charge dropped against Madison County man

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A Madison County grand jury declined to indict a Madison County man in connection with a 2013 Huntsville murder. The grand jury issued a no bill in the case against Michael Pierce and ordered he be released from the Madison County Jail last week. Pierce was charged in the May 2013 shooting death of Charles Swinford.  His son, Michael Fletcher pleaded guilty in connection with this case last month. Fletcher was sentenced to 25 years in prison […]

  • Madison City Planning Commission Recommends Approval of Wall Triana Rezoning Plan

    MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – The Madison City Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of a controversial rezoning plan Thursday night. The commission voted 6-3 in favor of recommending the rezoning plan. More than fifty Madison residents showed up to voice their opinion.  At least a dozen of those in attendance spoke out against the plan, which would convert a piece of land on the corner of Wall Triana Highway and Brownsferry Road from residential to commercial zoning. More than 150 people signed […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Aerial footage of Huntsville plane crash

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – WHNT News 19 had an exclusive look at the Huntsville plane crash from the air. ***These images are not for redistribution

  • Update: Victims identified in deadly plane crash

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – We now know the identities of the three people killed in a plane crash Wednesday afternoon at Huntsville International Airport. Madison County Deputy Coroner David Young identifies the victims as follows: William Christopher II, 57 of Center Point Robin Gary Smith, 60 of Yukon, Oklahoma Kenneth Lynn Rousseau, 67 of Harpersville Robin Smith was a retired Oklahoma Highway Patrol lieutenant, according to a release from their office. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen says a Westwind II […]

  • UPDATE: High speed pursuit ends after SUV crashes into Huntsville home, police make arrest

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Police have made an arrest in connection to a high speed chase that ended when an SUV crashed into a home and the driver fled on foot. It happened just after 5:00  p.m. at a home near the intersection of Moss Road and Pulaski Pike Monday. Police say officers tried to pull over the driver of a Chevrolet TrailBlazer for a minor traffic stop, but they say the driver sped off, leading them on a chase up […]

  • UPDATE: Florence police find 5 missing children

    FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – Florence Police located the five missing children with their mother in Town Creek Saturday. The children were missing since May 21st. Investigators say 12-year-old Jeremiah Rollins, 8-year-old Taylor Rollins, 6-year-old Phoenix Rollins, 3-year-old Kassidy Cunningham, and 2-year-old Austin Rollins were  with their biological mother, Shiree Alann Rollins. Investigators believe that Rollins took the children to avoid a court order. Two of the children have special needs. All 5 children are now in DHR custody.  

  • Taliban Video Shows Bowe Bergdahl’s Release in Afghanistan

    KABUL, Afghanistan (CNN) – Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) — Dressed in all white with a striped shawl across his shoulders, the gaunt-looking American looks up at the Black Hawk chopper circling overhead. Armed Taliban men stand around him, one with a rocket-propelled grenade launcher ready. When the chopper lands, the American is led there by two men, one carrying a white flag. He is given a pat-down, loaded on to the helicopter and whisked away. A new video released by the Taliban showed […]

  • Huntsville School Board Loses Request to Ignore Citizen Comments

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A federal judge denied the Huntsville school board’s motion to ignore citizen comments made at last week’s two-day desegregation hearing. “It would be unrealistic and unwise for the Court to close its eyes to the impact that the parties’ positions and the Court’s decision have on the Huntsville community,” ruled U.S. District Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala today. Huntsville school attorneys argued the 22 public comments should not be on the record because they were not made […]

  • Judge Sets Bond for Huntsville Man Accused of Killing 3-Year-Old Son

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A Madison County judge set bond for Maurice Cartwright who is accused of choking and killing his 3-year-old son. Judge Claude Hundley set Cartwright’s bond at $400,000 with certain conditions.  He must submit to electronic monitoring and pay for the expense associated with it.  He must also report to the Madison County Probation Office weekly.  Judge Hundley also ordered that Cartwright must live with his mother. Cartwright has not posted the bail and remains in the Madison County Jail. […]

  • Hazel Green Man Pleads Guilty to 2013 Lex Drive Murder

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Michael Shawn Pierce Fletcher pleaded guilty to murder in connection with the 2013 shooting death of Charles Swinford Friday. Fletcher, 25, of Hazel Green, shot and killed Swinford inside his mobile home on Lex Drive in Huntsville on May 15, 2013. Fletcher will spend 25 years in jail, with credit for time served.

  • Attorneys File Motion to Prevent Enforcement of AAA Ruling

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WHNT) – Attorneys for the state of Alabama filed a motion to stay an order that blocked the Alabama Accountability Act Wednesday. The attorneys state they believe the “Court’s order was wrong.”  They want the court to prevent the order from taking effect during the appeal process. Montgomery County Circuit Judge Gene Reese on Wednesday ruled the school choice law unconstitutional and issued an injunction that would keep families from taking advantage of the tax credits and scholarships offered […]