Sophia is very excited to be a member of the WAAY 31 team and telling stories that impact the North Alabama community.
Previously, she worked as the Weekend Anchor in Roanoke, Va. During her time there, she covered national murder trials, President Trump's visits during the 2016 election, flooding and tornadoes hitting the Roanoke Valley. During Sophia’s time in Southwest Virginia, she volunteered with the American Cancer Society and Junior League of Roanoke Valley.
Sophia started her journalism career in the cold, but very friendly state of North Dakota. While reporting in Fargo, she was able to tell stories which impacted the community.
Sophia graduated with a B.S. in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University. She has two dogs and loves hiking, traveling, and volunteering her time to help others in the community.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
It's the first arrest in the case since 2018.
The camp focuses on three areas: welding, cooking, and STEM.
CERT stands for community emergency response team.
You do need to qualify for the program and there are certain forms you will need to apply.
The United States Army is looking to recruit 1,700 new soldiers to serve in 150 different occupations.
Child I.D. kits are important to fill out and keep in your home. It contains information like your child's fingerprints, medical records and any identifiable information. It also has a DNA sample and place to put a photo.
Heath Jones with Toney Fire and Rescue said the home was unoccupied and no injuries were reported.
The dinner is a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of North Alabama.
According to Huntsville Fire and Rescue, the cause of the accident is ruled as accidental electrical.