Alexis is from Atlanta, Georgia, but moved to Jackson, Mississippi to pursue a degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Speech Communications. After earning her undergraduate degree, Alexis moved north to Syracuse, New York. She graduated from the Newhouse School of Public Communications with a master’s degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism. While in Syracuse, she worked as a student reporter and interned at WSYR Channel 9.
Alexis says her most memorable experience was interning for a group of stations as a Washington D.C. News Correspondent. She had the chance to cover pressing issues including youth homelessness and the surge of women in politics.
As a self-proclaimed “foodie”, Alexis enjoys exploring the Huntsville restaurant scene with her family and friends.
You will soon see five more menorahs placed around Madison County.
They're urging for more people to be vaccinated — especially children — to get the vaccination rate near 70%.
Physical donations will be taken Monday and Tuesday, and financial donations will be taken through this week.
The draft is open for public comment until Jan. 4.
About $78 million can be used for creating more electric vehicle charging stations.
It'll be a yearly, $5,000 scholarship for Northeast Alabama Community College.
They're looking to also add more consoles and console games to the program in the near future.
Mechanics say start checking your tires, car battery and coolant levels daily as the weather gets colder.
The highway is set to be repaved, but it's nowhere near completed.
David Rogers has only shown this collection in special shows but never before to the public.