DeAndria Turner

DeAndria Turner

Reporter

Huntsville, Ala.

DeAndria’s no stranger to the South. She was born and raised in Gautier, MS. She graduated from the University of Mississippi with a B.A. in broadcast journalism and a double minor in African American studies and English in May 2020.

She credits her journalism skills to the internships she was able to take advantage of throughout college, from our sister station WMC Action News 5, to NBC Dateline in New York City. DeAndria was also a weekend reporter at a local CBS affiliate in Columbus, Mississippi and worked for her student radio and news station. She was also apart of the prestigious UNC-CBC Diversity Fellowship in Raleigh, NC.

Investigative and community driven topics are stories she looks forward to covering and says her favorite part of reporting is meeting new people and learning new things everyday.

When she's not covering a story, DeAndria’s catching up on her favorite TV shows. DeAndria is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


Recent Articles by DeAndria

  COVID-19 cases decreasing at UNA

  COVID fuels surge in online child abuse

  Signs educators can look for in child abuse even while teaching virtually

  Crimes against children: The men and women behind the investigations

  Florence City receives second round of CARES Act grant; benefits local businesses

  Killen teen faces rape, child porn charges

  Stand off in Florence ends peacefully

Tuscumbia city leaders wants grant to remove blighted properties

Remembering 9/11: Muscle Shoals teacher helps kids learn about tragic day

  A bus driver’s route through the pandemic

  Mix-use development in the works in Florence

  Speech pathologist on the front lines helping COVID-19 patients recover

  Students in Colbert County receive free breakfast and lunch thanks to USDA waiver

  ‘Just a blessing, a miracle baby, that’s what he meant to me’: Three-year-old Kaiden Garner’s mom speaks out

  Son of slain mother speaks out about her murderer being charged

  Man charged with 2015 slaying of Rogersville woman

  ‘Somebody needs to answer for taking that beautiful girl away’: Russellville family demands justice after daughter’s death

  Franklin County School’s new thermal system detects high temperatures

  During COVID-19, it’s a good time for a flu shot

  Movie theaters are reopening - but will people go?

  What Florence City Schools can expect when they return to the classroom

  UNA students return for in-person classes

  Community leader joins law enforcement seeking answers for 3-year-old Kaiden Garner’s death

  The 19th amendment: Local leaders reflect 100 years later

  Candlelight vigil held for Kaiden Garner, police investigating his death

  Shoals area schools receive grant to add mental health professional

  Sheffield City schools ready to open next week

  Russellville business offers $10,000 reward to catch thief

  Lawrence County heads back to school Wednesday

  UNA students moving in Sunday