Megan Reyna, a Houston, Texas-native came to North Alabama in 2019 to continue her career as a journalist. She comes from Lubbock, Texas where she attended Texas Tech University. She has two degrees, one in journalism, the other in dance. After graduating, she worked at the local FOX affiliate for three years.
Within her two years at WAAY 31, Megan has launched the Saturday morning show, anchored the weekend evening newscasts and now anchors the weekday morning show. She is excited to continue to call the Rocket City her home.
When Megan is not working, you can find her dancing, walking her dog, Raider, or attempting to cuddle her cat, Coco.
Thompson made the decision early on to undergo breast reconstruction.
Since 2011, the foundation has provided $100,000 in assistance.
The area saw nearly a foot of rain.
Huntsville Hospital Foundation's Surviving and Thriving program has helped more than 250 breast cancer survivors.
The CDC released these recommendations early Friday.
According to court documents, he will serve
The Morgan County Sheriff's Office said dispatchers received a call that a woman was hanging out of a car window before she fell out.
It will be a mobile vaccine clinic with both Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines.
This will last from September 7 to September 20.
No one was hurt.