I decided I wanted to be a journalist when I was about 10 years old. I grew up in Trinity, Alabama right down the road from the Shoals. I watched the news growing up and became fascinated with people’s stories.
I attended the University of North Alabama and interned with WAAY 31 from 2011-2012. After I graduated college WAAY 31 offered me a job as a weekend reporter. I worked in Huntsville for about a year before becoming the Shoals Bureau reporter. The move was easy. I love Huntsville but my heart is in the Shoals. I am so proud to serve the people in the Shoals.
I believe God called me into this business. I've always had a gift for making friends and I carry that over into my work. I know I can make a difference and I strive to do that every day. For me working at WAAY 31 isn't about being on TV, it's about connecting with people, sharing their stories, and being a part of this great community. I am a hometown girl, living my dream of helping people right where I grew up. I also love my amazing WAAY 31 family!
The suspect could be facing more charges.
Shawn Childers was last seen in September 2016.
Investigators are still working to determine a motive in the shooting.
WAAY 31 was in Killen on Tuesday to learn what firefighters are urging people to do.
Coach Maynor made the comments on Monday.
Lyn Head's term expired July 1, 2019.
Matthew Conley's family worked for three years to raise the money for the memorial.
Some 3,000 customers are being sent notices.
On this day 18 years ago, thousands of firefighters rushed to the Twin Towers. Hundreds never came home.
Director Charlie Graddick said parole hearings are expected to resume on or about Nov. 1.