Anchor Returns to Huntsville After Short Leave

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

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WHNT’s former morning anchor is coming back to work the night shift.

Shevaun Bryan left the station in 2018, after covering the Tennessee Valley for more than four years as a reporter and morning anchor.

She exited for the sister station KFOR in Oklahoma City but says coming back to Northern Alabama was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.

“I called the valley home for years and couldn’t miss the opportunity to return to a community I deeply care about,” Shevaun said.

She will fill the recently vacant main evening anchor spot and join Greg Screws starting April 8.