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Contents

1985–1990 1990–1993 1993–1996 1996–2007 2007–2016 2016–2021 2021–present
1985–1990 1990–1993 1993–1996 1996–2007 2007–2016 2016–2021 2021–present

1985–1990

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1990–2016

1990–1993

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1993–1996

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1996–2007

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2007–2016

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2016–2021

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On July 15, 2018, Nexstar Media Group agreed to acquire WHDF from Lockwood Broadcast Group for $2.25 million; Nexstar concurrently took over WHDF's operations through a time brokerage agreement. The sale was completed on November 9, creating a duopoly with WZDX.

On March 20, 2019, McLean, Virginia-based Tegna announced it would purchase WZDX from Nexstar upon consummation of the merger, as part of the company's sale of nineteen Nexstar- and Tribune-operated stations to Tegna and The E.W. Scripps Company in separate deals worth $1.32 billion (coinciding the merger of then-owner Nexstar Media Group and Tribune Broadcasting), making WZDX the first Tegna-owned station in the state of Alabama. This logo was based on the one used by former sister station WYZZ-TV. However, they were still using Nexstar's graphics for its newscasts until September 2021, when it debuted its new look, making it the last Nexstar-Tribune divestitures to follow suit with the rest of the Tegna-owned stations.

2021–present

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