Colton Bradford

Colton Bradford is an Emmy award winning journalist and host who officially joined the NBC10 Boston news team as an anchor in July of 2022 following years as co-host and reporter for the station’s entertainment/lifestyle show "The Hub Today."

His broadcast career began at the age of 16 on the radio in his small hometown of Mobile, Alabama, and later included stops at NBC affiliate WPMI.

Colton has reported on numerous issues across multiple NBC platforms, from food insecurities to the public education crisis in America, and even landing a few memorable sit down interviews with icons like Dolly Parton and Tom Hanks.

In 2011, while in college at the University of South Alabama, he began focusing his career on television as a youth voice correspondent for NBC’s "Education Nation" and co-hosted "Student Voice LIVE" with Disney actress Monique Coleman.

A familiar face and voice in the Greater Boston community, Colton moved to Boston at the age of 22 for a job hosting a nightly radio show before getting the chance to audition for "The Hub Today."

He works closely with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and has helped to raise $2.5 million for the families, kids, and research being done there. He currently can be seen reporting on NBCLX and anchoring on NBC10 Boston weekdays at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.

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  • Cape Cod Oct 7, 2022

    Cape Cod Boy Welcomed Home After Months in Hospital Following Water Rescue

    A young Cape Cod boy got a huge welcome when he got home after spending more than three months in the hospital. On June 26, 5-year-old Zohaib “Little Z” Malik Mohammed went missing at Snake Pond Beach in the Forestdale section of Sandwich, Massachusetts. He was soon found unresponsive underwater. When first responders arrived at the scene, people on the…

  • Halloween Oct 7, 2022

    Nonprofit Helps Salem Family With Wheelchair Makeover Fit for Halloween

    For many parents Halloween can be a time to create tradition, a time to look forward to the costumes, revelry, and of course candy. But for parents of a child with a disability, it can be daunting to think about getting the perfect costume. That’s until a group known as “Magic Wheelchair” steps in to save the day and...

  • Martha's Vineyard Sep 22, 2022

    Mass. Man's 2-Year-Old State Flag Redesign Appears on Pamphlets Given to Migrants

    A pamphlet distributed to the migrants Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent to Martha’s Vineyard featured a Massachusetts man’s artwork redesigning his state’s flag instead of the official banner. The migrants were dropped off by plane on the Massachusetts island last week. DeSantis claimed credit for orchestrating the move. Even though Martha’s Vineyard was unaware of the plan before they...

  • Boston Sep 8, 2022

    ‘Make Way for Ducklings' Makes Way for So Much More

    “Make Way for Ducklings” is one of New England’s most iconic childhood books and pieces of public art.   The woman who sculpted those bronze members of the Mallard family, based on the Robert McCloskey classic, is still creating art. And she’s doing so with a renewed sense of purpose, as she approaches her 94th birthday later this September....

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