I am excited to be joining the WAAY 31 News Team, I’m open to all concerns and voices of those in Huntsville and surrounding areas.
I am originally from Atlanta, GA but received my Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Speech Communications from Jackson, Mississippi. I then moved to Syracuse, New York where I received my Masters in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications from the Newhouse School. While there, I had the opportunity to be a student reporter for NCC News Online and intern with WSYR News Channel 9.
My most memorable experience is interning with the news stations: WCMH, WDTN and WKBN as their Washington D.C News Correspondent for 6 weeks. I had the chance to cover pressing issues such as youth homelessness and the surge of women in politics this year.
I enjoy going out in my spare time to explore what the city has to offer, spending time with friends and family and I'm a "foodie"!
I am ready to be a vessel for those in the Tennessee Valley and I look forward to being the best reporter I can be for you.
May restaurants are open
The drive through option is available for low-income families.
SiP Lounge has cigar options still available and soon, a new drink option.
In Alabama, barbershops and hair salons can stay open if there's a 6-foot distance between clients and less than 25 people inside.
Several bars are closed, but some are still staying open however they can.
Po Boy Factory is still taking to-go orders and curbside orders.
YMCA told us they'll be open to the public starting Monday, March 23rd.
Bio-One usually specializes in crime scene or hoarding clean ups
The deadline is extended to March 31
So far out of the confirmed 29 cases, none of them are in Dekalb County.