Jason Dennis

Jason Dennis


Jason rejoined the WTVM staff in August 2007 and now anchors News Leader 9 at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00. He has 15 years of experience in the TV news business, most of that time in Columbus and East Alabama.  Jason graduated from Elon College in N.C. in 1998 and immediately started his first job as reporter and anchor at WDTV in Bridgeport, W.V. Jason became WTVM's East Alabama Bureau Chief in 1999, working out of our Opelika newsroom.  He then moved to Columbus, working with the station as the senior police, courts & military reporter until 2004.  From there, Jason moved to Birmingham, AL and worked for 3 years as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WBRC Fox 6, which is now part of our Raycom team. Married since 2000, Jason's wife Shana is a home health physical therapist in Columbus.  They now live in Midland with their two wonderful children - Olivia and Zachary.  Jason's interests include going to church, running, playing sports like tennis, golf and basketball, along with traveling and watching movies.  The most important thing in Jason's life is his faith in God. Jason was born in Galveston, Texas in 1976 and grew up mainly in the mountains of western North Carolina, near Asheville, where Jason's parents and sister still live.

Recent Articles by Jason

  Military Matters: Columbus car dealership team with House of Heroes to aid military widow

Fort Benning being proactive about noise and smoke concerns

  EXCLUSIVE: CPD in dire need of nearly 100 officers, says police chief

  Military Matters: ‘Battle Buddies’ Army family writes about military journey

  MILITARY MATTERS: Ft. Benning Army brigade simulating tactical training

  Military Matters: Lighthouse Brigade JROTC Honors Students

  Military Matters: Ft. Benning drill sergeants cleaning up storm damage

  Military Matters: Ft. Benning gives first look at new combat fitness test

  Military Matters: New movie and art at National Infantry Museum

  Military Matters: Fort Benning commanding general breaking racial barriers

  Military Matters: Army veterans with hearing loss sue earplug manufacturer

  Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year Finalist: Diamond Williams

  Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year: Finalist Treasure Jones

  Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year: Finalist Lovely Foster

  Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year: Finalist Amiya Cook

  Former Columbus drug addict loses 100 pounds in eight months, credits faith

  District attorney from Columbus honored for work on 'Stocking Strangler' case


Movie extras needed in Columbus for filming in June

House of Heroes gets a boost from Run Across Georgia

Running 260 miles from Savannah to Columbus to support local causes

Health care group at Columbus School getting help from Run Across GA

Meet Columbus City Council District 9 candidates: Judy Thomas and Reggie Liparoto

GA Secretary of State candidate smashes voting machine in latest ad

Columbus-based ministry tackling opioid crisis

Youth of the Year finalist: Amiya Wright

Youth of the Year finalist: Kaitlyn Leigh

SPECIAL REPORT: Stroller strong moms

Marine from the movies speaks at House of Heroes Chattahoochee Valley Luncheon

No injuries reported after train derails in Manchester, GA