I am excited to be joining the WAAY 31 team as a reporter and helping serve the Tennessee Valley.
I grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, right outside of Washington, D.C. and graduated from the University of Maryland. In college, I studied Broadcast Journalism as well as Criminology & Criminal Justice During my time at the University of Maryland, I had the opportunity to be a student anchor and reporter for Capital News Service.
I also interned at USA TODAY, WJLA-ABC7, and NBC Sports Washington where I was able to enhance my broadcast and writing skills. I spent time working for the sports department at some of these internships so if you want to talk any sport, I'm here!
For me, meeting the people in the community and telling the stories that otherwise wouldn't be told are what I enjoy about this job. I look forward to experiencing both of those things here in the Rocket City.
The $47 million dollar project, split between the City of Huntsville and the state, will ultimately widen the road from four lanes to six, as part of phase one.
Updates will include status reports on Restore Our Roads projects, major road development in key corridors of the city.
The Marshall Space Flight Center will manage the lunar lander program, which will send man back to the moon by 2024, and then to Mars.
WAAY 31 spoke to a space leader in Huntsville that's built previous landers.
The Newby Road improvement project is set to begin in September.
Judge Chris Comer gave each side 14 days to submit their documents, with Wednesday being the deadline.
Currently at Huntsville Hospital, the NICU cares for 1,100 babies per year. With the expansion of the wing, 10 more beds will be added.
Ella Burch has ranked first in her class for the past two years and was on track to become valedictorian.
Right now, there’s bipartisan support for gun reform after two mass shootings killed more than 30 people over the weekend.
The school district continues to see more and more students enroll and because of that growth, Superintendent Robby Parker says more teachers are needed.