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.
Huntsville Police said the attack happened near the second precinct office on Clinton Avenue in downtown Huntsville.
The Warriors to the Workforce job fair will be part of the Global Force Symposium and Exposition.
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The course at the Limestone County Career Technical Center began over the summer in 2018.
The program began at the beginning of the fall 2018 semester through Hartselle High School.
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The high school students were brought in from around the Tennessee Valley to learn about the program that combines work experience with classroom learning.
The Alabama Community College System (ACCS) vice chancellor said the expansion is driven by an industry need in north Alabama.
The center is located at the Alabama Robotics Technology Park in Decatur.
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