Duhane Lindo

Duhane Lindo didn't have to travel far to join the WWSB ABC7 News Team. He started as Chief Editor in July of 2001. He covers a wide range of issues on the Suncoast as a general assignment reporter. On occasion, you can find Duhane hosting or reporting various stories in the community on “Black Almanac”, which airs Sunday morning on ABC 7. Before coming to ABC7, Duhane spent two years as an editor for WTVT Fox 13 News in Tampa. In addition to being Chief Editor and Reporter, he has taught at Miami-Dade College's School of Entertainment and Design Technology as an adjunct professor. Duhane was born and raised in New York City and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, LA (#LionNation). He also received his Master of Arts in Journalism & Media Studies from The University of South Florida-St. Petersburg (#GoBulls). Outside of work, Duhane usually works out at the gym, plays pick-up baseball, travels, spends time with family and friends as well as keeping up with ALL sports. He mostly follows major league baseball, collegiate football, basketball and baseball.

Recent Articles by Duhane

  Multiple Manatee County agencies participate in a simulated training exercise

  Manatee County kids eat free during spring break

  Manatee County Commission considers paid beach parking for Anna Maria Island

  Plans for Lido Beach Pavilion now in the beginning stages

  Bill would require hotel workers to identify, report human trafficking cases

  Bradenton City Council presents the latest on their Streetscape Master Plan

  Sarasota Fire Chief speaks on former colleague who was tragically killed

  Orioles fans elated, SRQ adds non stop flights to Baltimore

Mother of Jabez Spann’s speaks out about her son’s death

City of Sarasota names four neighborhoods opportunity zones

  Thunder by the Bay returns to Sarasota

  Port Manatee seeing exponential growth in the last five years

  Manatee District Schools security changes post Parkland

  Four suspects still on the loose after attacking Sarasota Police officer

  Can service workers afford to live on the Suncoast? New report may have the answer

  An influx of dogs arrive at Lakewood Ranch animal rescue

  Suncoast reaction to the elimination Florida Standards Common Core

  Manatee County Sheriff’s trying to play catch up with population growth

  Myakka City residents organize meeting to address heavy East Manatee traffic

  Helping homeless students on the Suncoast