DeAndria Turner

DeAndria Turner


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

  Muscle Shoals school system working to expand pre-school program

  Some stations still without gas as pipeline resumes operations

  Florence business owner hopes to see more job applicants after pandemic unemployment benefits end

  Florence Mayor reflects on first six months in office

  Gas stations across the Tennessee Valley feeling the effects of pipeline attack

  More people are seeking help for drug abuse but are there enough resources?

  Thursday storm caused more power outages than February’s multi-day ice storm

  Shoetopia manager thankful for Muscle Shoals community after her store burned in a fire

  One year later: How one Florence business is doing after receiving the “Florence First” grant

  Investigation underway after Muscle Shoals business catches fire in storm

  USDA free school lunch program extension benefits schools in the Shoals

  Florence man sentenced to 20 years for child pornography charges

  “You need to prepare for the worst and hope for the best;” How one Shoals family preps for severe weather

  Florence business sees more foot traffic since Safer Apart order

  A Shoals church upgrades the home of 8-year-old leukemia survivor

  Investigators concerned over rise in overdoses in Lauderdale County

  One suspect in Florence murder investigation pleads not guilty

  Lauderdale County activist group believes protest bill targets them

  Shoals schools celebrate making top 25 in the state

  Judge denies youthful offender status for two people charged in connection to the death of 3-year-old Kaiden Garner

  Rogers High School principal remembered for his lasting legacy

  City council approves regulations for 5G companies

  Business owners persevere after fire destroys building

  “I lost the biggest part of good in my whole life:” Phil Campbell woman remembers loved ones killed in deadly tornado 10 years later

  Healthcare facilities seeing lower vaccine demand across the Shoals

  City of Tuscumbia approves garbage rate increase

  DURA Automotive Systems nearly ready to open its doors

  Colbert County parents put on prom for students second year in a row

  Food Bank of North Alabama opens new location in Florence

  Protecting your children from online predators