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

  Lauderdale County remains persistent with mobile vaccine clinics despite declining numbers

  First Fridays return to downtown Florence

  Lauderdale County man sentenced to 121 years in prison on child pornography, abuse charges

  New bill allows law enforcement officers to issue court summons, ticket instead of arresting someone

  Florence City School’s Falcon Feeder hitting the streets with free meals this summer

  Salvation Army of The Shoals transitional housing getting upgrades

  Barnes Pharmacy in Florence closed for good with hefty fine to pay

  Town of North Courtland celebrates 40 years of being incorporated

  Back to normal: Many businesses, museums returning back to normal

  Making History: Phil Campbell hires first woman Police Chief

  Areas damaged by 2019 tornado in Joe Wheeler State Park reopens in Rogersville

  New accessible park coming to Florence

  Custodian receives honorary high school diploma after 5 decades of service

  EXCLUSIVE: Victims family want justice for loved-one killed more than a year ago after COVID-19 delays court

  Swampers, Roger Hawkins, remembered for his lasting legacy as iconic drummer

  Lauderdale County Road 16 bridge construction plans moving forward

  A sound of normalcy: Muscle Shoals Sound Studios extending tours during summer

  Muscle Shoals school district offers students 12 and up COVID-19 vaccine

  Colbert County High marching band invited to Pearl Harbor commemoration

  No concerns over O’Neal Bridge after I-40 crack in Memphis

  Florence man convicted of 2017 murder will serve 25 years

  The Kaiden Garner Project hosting child abuse prevention walk-a-thon in Sheffield

  Colbert County community remembers fallen officers on National Peace Officer Memorial Day

  State grant helps provide broadband service in rural, unserved areas

  Inflation rates rise; What does this mean for the Tennessee Valley?

  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

  Florence Municipal Court offering warrant amnesty days