Brittany comes to the Rocket City from Cincinnati, OH.
Brittany Harry was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, but is very excited to now be living in Alabama!
From St. Louis Brittany traveled to Cape Girardeau, MO where she went to college at Southeast Missouri State University.
That's also where Brittany got her start in TV news.
While pursing her degree, Brittany worked in production at KFVS until she graduated in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in Multimedia Journalism.
Brittany began reporting at WFIE in Evansville, Indiana.
She spent 2 years in Indiana before moving to Cincinnati, Ohio where she was a reporter at WXIX for 3 years.
Brittany has a true passion for story telling and keeping local communities informed.
Brittany is thrilled to now be reporting for WAAY 31 and anchoring on the weekends too.
She welcomes you to reach out to her anytime, whether it be with a story idea or your favorite North Alabama recommendation!
No one was hurt in the fire.
The game was played at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn.
Police have not yet identified the two people killed in the crash.
Right now states like Minnesota and Michigan are seeing a surge of COVID-19 cases they haven't seen in months.
Of the 32 stores visited, all but eight sold to a person they knew was underage.
The fire happened in the 3200 block of Patton Road on Saturday.
Thirty bicycles were dropped off to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday.
The menorah was discovered stolen on Monday and now an investigation is underway.
The changes were discussed in a packed City Council work session Monday.
The crash happened on Carter Grove Road.