Calvin Hughes Bio, Age, Height, Brother, Wife, Family, Net worth, Salary, Local 10 News

By | April 25, 2021

Calvin Hughes Biography and Wiki

Calvin Hughes an American News Anchor for the ‘WPLG Local 10’ Television station. He co-anchors the Local 10 News at the schedule of 4,5,6 and 11 p.m. Hughes is also an Emmy Award-winning newscaster on WPLG Local 10. In mid-2010, Hughes moved to a nighttime co-anchor slot in the morning and noontime anchor position.

Calvin Hughes Channel 10

Hughes began his career as a KYW-TV news anchor. KYW-TV in Philadelphia’s CBS station. Calvin anchored newscasts for the weekend. He was also working as a reporter on the side of the weekday night.

He covered several national stores including the shootings of the Live 8 Concert and Amish Schoolhouse. Calvin had previously worked in Atlanta as an anchor and reporter. From 1999 to October 2002 she worked there for WGCL-TV. There is no news on bits of gossip about Calvin Hughes. Likewise, he has not been associated with any controversy.

At the end of 2006, Hughes came to Local 10 from KYW-TV, Philadelphia’s CBS station, where he had been since November 2003, anchoring the weekend newscasts and serving as a weekday night side reporter covering several national stories, including the Live 8 Concert and Amish school shootings.

Hughes previously worked with Jane Robelot, Dallas (KXAS-TV, 1995–99), Lexington, Kentucky (WKYT-TV), and Evansville, Indiana (WTVW), as an anchor and reporter in Atlanta (WGCL-TV from 1999 to October 2002).

At the age of 19, Hughes began reporting to the local radio station KBIA in Columbia, Missouri, while he was still a student at Missouri University where he graduated in journalism. He is a member of the brotherhood of Kappa Alpha Psi.

Hughes was born in Cleveland and was also in East St. Louis, Illinois for several years. He was selected to run the Olympic torch relay leg in 2002 as he passed the streets of St. Louis, Missouri, heading for the Salt Lake City, Utah winter games.

Calvin Hughes Salary

Hughes earns a salary range of $33,774 to $112,519 a year

Calvin Hughes Net worth

Hughes has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and 5 million dollars.

Calvin Hughes Age

Hughes’s age, date of birth, and birthday are not shared with the public.

Calvin Hughes Height and Weight

Hughes stands tall at an average height and has moderate body weight.

Calvin Hughes Education

Calvin earned a degree in journalism from Missouri University. At the age of 19, Hughes began reporting to the local KBIA radio station in Columbia, Missouri. He is also a member of the fraternity of Kappa Alpha Psi. Also, there are no details about his history of education.

Calvin Hughes Family

He has not shared information of his family with the public. We will update this section once this information is available.

Calvin Hughes Brother

Hughes got a surprise visit from his brother during the 6 o’clock news. He once posted a photo of him and his brother stating: Hanging with my youngest brother Telly on the sidelines of the Heat / Bucks game.

Calvin Hughes Wife

She is married to Bacardi L. Jackson, Esq, Clavin Hughes. The couple has a daughter and son with two children.

Calvin Hughes Divorce

Hughes had a nasty divorce during which he was temporarily reduced to seeing his three children only during visits supervised by another adult, according to court records.

Miramar resident Hughes, 46, who anchors the ABC station’s highly-rated nightly news alongside Laurie Jennings, was finally given full access to the children, ages 6, 8, and 10, in June after a special hearing in a Broward County family court. Bacardi Jackson, Hughes’ soon-to-be-ex-wife, claimed in motions the children are scared of Hughes because of his alleged “abusive behavior” and “lack of concern for their care.”

She alleged Hughes has “anger management issues” and he “violently spanked” at least one of the children. She also filed a separate petition in which she alleged she was also the victim of Hughes’ temper, but that set of papers has been sealed.

To limit negative exposure, court records show, Hughes agreed to supervised visits with the children temporarily last fall. A few weeks, however, turned into many months because of motions filed by Jackson, said Katie Phang, Hughes’ attorney.

“It took a special hearing to dismiss the temporary arrangement,” Phang said. “That takes time. But now, Calvin enjoys complete, unsupervised and unfettered shared custody.”

Spencer West, Jackson’s lawyer, said two petitions for a domestic violence injunction against Hughes, one to protect Jackson and the other to protect the children, are still pending even if Hughes’ visits are no longer supervised. “We’ll let the facts speak for themselves when it comes to the abuse,” West said.

Hughes and Yale University-trained lawyer Jackson were married in Memphis in 2005, according to the paperwork. Calling the married “irretrievably broken,” she filed for divorce in August 2016 and asked for alimony and child support. In his counter-petition, Hughes called Jackson’s petition “frivolous and spurious” and designed to “harass” him. He did agree with her on the “irretrievably broken” part.

Local 10 has made it clear it’s standing by its man despite the ugliness. “This is a private family matter, but we will say we know the type of person Calvin is. He is a great father, a great journalist and he has our support,” News Director Bill Pohovey wrote in an email.

And Hughes issued this statement: “My kids are now and have always been my priority. I love my children. Unfortunately, when couples get divorced, allegations are made that are not true.”

Hughes, records show, is currently paying Jackson $3,100 a month in temporary child support. Said Jackson: “I’ve tried to do my best to keep all this private, but this is not about someone’s reputation or money. It’s about my children.”

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