Darryl Forges is a morning reporter for NBC 6 News. Darryl hails from Fayetteville, Georgia.
Before coming to NBC 6 Darryl was a reporter for the CBS/ABC Affiliate in Montgomery, Alabama, starting in the South Alabama Bureau, and quickly worked his way up to the morning reporter and fill-in anchor position. While working in Montgomery, Darryl won several awards including an Alabama Broadcasters Association award, as well as two Associated Press Awards.
Darryl covered several historic events, including President Obama's visit to Selma for the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday, and the 60th Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Darryl also covered stories about education, and investigated whether or not the needs of special needs students were being met in some public schools in the state.
Darryl also interviewed several political figures and media moguls like Oprah Winfrey, John Legend, and Alabama Governor Robert Bentley during a national story about his alleged affair with his advisor.
Darryl is a proud graduate of the University of West Georgia where he majored in Mass Communications, and minored in Political Science. While he's away from South Florida news Darryl enjoys spending time with family, his dog Nola, and working out.