My journalism career began while in high school in Sacramento, CA. At the time, I loved all types of photography and decided to join my school's newspaper. I started off my freshman year as a staff writer, eventually becoming our photo editor and later, co-editor-in-chief.
I began to make the transition into television news in college. Northwestern University didn't offer a degree in photography, so I decided to try my hand at broadcasting. Throughout my four years, I reported and anchored for the Northwestern News Network, while pursuing a degree in journalism.
During my time at school, I also spent a quarter working for WLNS, the CBS affiliate in Lansing, MI and a summer interning with a local magazine in Buffalo, NY. After graduation, I began reporting for FOX10 News in Mobile, AL before coming to WAAY 31. I enjoy working at WAAY 31 because I get to work alongside wonderful colleagues all of whom are excited about delivering important stories that impact the community.
Students spend three days per week at a factory and two days in the classroom.
Hundreds gathered at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) this week for the 12th Annual Wernher von Braun Memorial Symposium.
New Futures is partnering with WAAY 31 for a telethon on September 12, 2019.
Units at the Garden Place Apartments were condemned by the city after a tree crashed into them.
Several dignitaries were honored during the pregame ceremony.
The European Office to Advance Economic Development officially launched in August.
Family members of the victims identified the suspect as 14-year-old Mason Sisk.
Mike West was elected as the Limestone County Coroner back in 1982.
About a dozen people came to the high school to pray for the family.
Lorine Parker, the woman who saw the wreck happen, said the Red Cross came out to help the affected family.