Dal Cannady

Dal Cannady

Bureau Chief

Dal Cannady has been WTOC's bureau chief since 1996. But he's been a reporter in southeast Georgia since 1990. Before coming to the Southeast News Leader, Dal served as anchor/news director for the CNN/Headline News affiliate in Statesboro.

"But my first job in television was at the age of nine or ten at high school football games, carrying around film reels (who remembers those?) for my uncle who was a TV news director in Albany, Georgia," he recalls. "I was paid with a bag of popcorn, a Coke and some M&Ms."

A graduate of Georgia Southern University, Dal has lived in Statesboro since 1985. A father of three children, ranging in age from toddler to teenager, Dal is active in his church and is a struggling "do-it-yourselfer" around the house.


Recent Articles by Dal

Location choice a part of fall commencement plan at Georgia Southern

  Community helps Bahamian students graduate from Georgia Southern

  Statesboro Police Dept. increases patrols as students leave for the holidays

  Bulloch Co. sees largest local drug bust

  Vidalia group helping brighten Christmas for children in need

  2019 a pleasant surprise for cotton farmers

  Operation Safe Disposal helping keep crooks out of your trash

  Ga. Department of Corrections hiring officers

  City of Santa Claus receives thousands of letters for Santa

  City of Santa Claus swears in first female mayor

TMT Farms reopens walking areas, adds volunteer security

Lyons Police Department awarded Governor’s Office of Highway Safety grant

  GSU holiday helpers making Christmas brighter for families in need

  South Georgia farmers hoping for improvements on getting help

  Congressman Buddy Carter remembers WTOC’s Craig Harney

  Bulloch Co. family uses Christmas light display as food drive

  Black Friday shoppers finding deals in Statesboro

  Feed the Boro preparations underway

  Thanksgiving holiday traffic busy on I-16

  Cotton farmers need a solid week of dry weather

  Non-profit in Baxley collecting blankets and heaters

  13-year-old girl killed in shooting at Atwood, Seminole streets

  Statesboro Fire stress importance of smoke detectors after fatal fire

  American poultry products will soon return to Chinese kitchens

  1 of 2 suspects takes plea deal in Toombs County murder case

  Volunteers needed for ‘Feed the Boro'

  3 adults, child shot Saturday night in Vidalia

  Statesboro’s 46th annual Attic Sale this Saturday

  Missing Metter man found, recovering

  Mayor-elect in Glennville hoping to help the city grow