David Jackson

Multimedia Journalist

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Multimedia Journalist

School: Oakland University
Hometown: Davison, Michigan

David Jackson joined the TV6 news team in December, 2016 as a multimedia journalist. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Oakland University in 2015.

He gained reporting experience hosting the Daily Radio News, the hourly news summary, on 94.3 WKUF in Flint. In college, he worked with the Oakland Post, in Rochester, Michigan as a photojournalist.

David is married to Kari and they have two children. Before journalism, he drove a truck, worked in construction, performed with and volunteered for The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps, started college in Electrical Engineering, but found his passion in Journalism.

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NYC bomb suspect: 'Trump you failed to protect your nation'

Akayed Ullah, 27, of Brooklyn was hit with federal charges Tuesday for Monday's bungled rush-hour bombing.

Auschwitz survivor: North Korean gulags 'even worse' than Nazi camps

In a report detailing gruesome atrocities, an international committee says Kim Jong Un should be prosecuted for 10 separate crimes against humanity.

Why Trump's provocative Jerusalem move hasn't sparked an intifada

Less than a week after President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, Palestinian protests have largely fizzled out.

Alabama dad blasts Roy Moore, mourns gay daughter in viral video

At a Roy Moore campaign event in Midland City, Alabama, a father made a heartfelt plea on behalf of his deceased gay daughter: Don't vote for Moore.

Trump attorney says conflicts require second special counsel

Lawyer Jay Sekulow says the Justice Department and FBI can no longer ignore the 'multiple problems' created by 'obvious conflicts of interest.'