I decided I definitely wanted to go into TV when I was a junior in high school. I shadowed the Chief Meteorologist at a TV station in Orlando, and I fell in love with the news business.
I came to WAAY 31 in January 2017. During my time at the station, I have covered a variety of stories. I have traveled throughout the state, Georgia, and Tennessee to cover stories that have affected the people who live in North Alabama.
During my first few months at the station, I traveled to Atlanta when a church youth group's bus crashed that was headed from our area to the airport. I spent days talking to Church leaders and people on the bus when the deadly wreck happened.
I was in Montgomery when Mazda Toyota announced they were bringing a $1.6 billion dollar automotive plant. I talked with local, state, national and international leaders that were involved making Huntsville the home of the plant. The opportunity to cover the major announcement was just one that showed me that Huntsville is headed to be the biggest city in the state.
I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Florida where I studied Telecommunication News. During my time there I reported for UF's PBS affiliate news station and anchored the 5 o'clock newscast. I love living in the Rocket City and getting to know people in the community!
Williams Avenue will permanently have one lane headed east on the road.
The crimes happened over the holiday weekend.
The man told police the items valued at about $25,000 were stolen.
The student was on his way to a band performance.
The probate judge, who takes office in January, said addressing mental health is one of his main priorities.
Madison County voters approved an amendment on the November ballot that allows the county commission to create a noise ordinance.
Some Madison County voters had problems at the polls on Tuesday.
The Emergency Management Agency held its last update Monday afternoon.
The Madison County Election's office said Monday afternoon there are no plans that impact voting precincts.
Huntsville police say the man is mainly using the counterfeit bill at restaurants.