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.
He was an influential member of the Huntsville community, especially in District 1.
The police chief and chaplains say this won't be the last event they do like this.
People from across the Shoals area came out Saturday for food, for fun and to donate money for the victims and their families.
WAAY-31 spoke with Dr. Karen Landers about how we can move forward in this pandemic.
UAB doctors stated that in August, they saw the highest number of pregnant inpatients with COVID.
Sunday, a 'Freedom' rally was held in Huntsville where many people voiced what they believe should be more accessible in Northern Alabama and the state.
The CDC reported more people are getting their booster shots for Covid than those who are getting their Covid vaccine shots.
Hernandez died Wednesday night due to her car being swept away from flash flooding.
'Jaylee was a bright light that cannot be replaced'
A 4-year-old child and an 18-year-old female died in Marshall County because of flooding, the coroner confirmed.