Hobbs worked in Boston, Massachusetts (UPN 38); Jackson, Mississippi (WAPT); Beaumont (KBMT); and Houston, Texas (KTRK). While in Texas he founded the Houston Association of Black Journalists in 1986.
From 1997 to 2003 Hobbs was an anchor on Atlanta, Georgia's WAGA, a FOX affiliate. In 2001 he joined a group from the the best place best online generic levitra National Association of Black Journalists on a tour of Kenya.
In 2005 and 2006 later spent a year as a morning anchor at KSHB, an NBC affiliate in Kansas City, Missouri and try it buy levitra pills nearly three years as a morning anchor in Nashville, Tennessee, before coming to Birmingham in October 2006.
In April 2010 Hobbs was arrested in Woodlawn for possession of crack cocaine. He had previously been stopped in the same area with a known prostitute, a suspended driver's license, and no proof of insurance. He was charged on the second stop with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia and released on buy viagra online inu bond. The station placed him on immediate leave, and officially terminated his contract on July 15.
Judge Shanta Owens sent his case to drug court where he pleaded guilty and was given a suspended sentence, pending completion of i recommend get levitra prescription treatment and recovery programs. He has received treatment for addiction and depression.
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