Born and raised in southern Alberta, Liam Nixon’s broadcasting career began as an overnight on-air music personality in the Calgary radio scene.
Soon after, he decided to pursue his passion of news, and enrolled in the Broadcasting Diploma program at Mount Royal College. Upon graduating in 2007, Liam joined the Chat News team in Medicine Hat, where he spent seven years working his way up the ladder to the position of Anchor/Assistant News Director.
His Chat career highlight was anchoring the award-winning coverage of the June 2013 flood, and flood preparations in June 2014. Both newscasts were awarded the RTDNA Canada Bert Cannings award for the Best Small Market Newscast in Canada.
Liam moved his family (including his weeks-old twins) to join the Global Lethbridge team as Anchor/Newsroom Manager in September of 2014.
The following year, the team was awarded the Bert Cannings award for the Best Small Market Newscast (Prairie Region) for its coverage of the Blairmore Amber Alert in September of 2015.
Liam enjoys volunteering his time and efforts to local causes and fundraisers, including emceeing charity events and being the worst golfer at every charity tournament he enters.
When not in the newsroom, he can usually be found adventuring with his wife Jessica and their young twins.
Students in the Digital Communications and Media program at Lethbridge College stand to benefit from a significant financial gift announced Monday. Continue reading →
A woman is in custody and Lethbridge police are looking for her male accomplice after a series of crimes on the north side earlier this month. Continue reading →
Triple M Housing Ltd. and its 10 subsidiaries now face 13 charges under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Continue reading →
On Wednesday, 39-year-old Charles Russell was behind the wheel of his family’s van, travelling with his 27-year-old wife and two daughters on Highway 36 when the northbound vehicle collided head on with a southbound truck. Continue reading →
Officers were called to the school at around 1:30 a.m., after reports of numerous fights after a fire extinguisher was discharged in the gym. Continue reading →
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team is investigating after a man suffered serious injuries during a confrontation with a Lethbridge police officer. Continue reading →
E-Petition 1833 calls on the federal government to make it illegal for conversion therapy to be used on minors or to send minors outside of the country to receive it. Continue reading →
Personnel are searching the river near the Alexander Wilderness Park and Pavan Park along with the help of a police drone. Continue reading →
The man who admitted to randomly attacking a Lethbridge woman while she walked to work in the fall of 2016 will learn on Friday how much time he must serve behind bars. Continue reading →
Anderson was originally facing charges of possessing, accessing and distributing child pornography, but the distributing charge has been replaced with one count of making child pornography. A fourth charge of voyeurism has also been added. Continue reading →
Mack Miles spoke about how the LGBTQ+ community is viewed in Lethbridge and talked about the upcoming Lethbridge Pride Fest. Continue reading →
Global News has confirmed another suspected drug overdose death at the Lethbridge Correctional Centre, the third such death in 2018. Continue reading →
A combined investigation has resulted in the seizure of 31 kilograms of cocaine at the Carway, Alta. border crossing, aproximately 100 kilometers southwest of Lethbridge. Continue reading →
According to the landowner, a previous tenant abandoned the property in January and moved to the Vulcan area, leaving behind a large mess. Continue reading →