WAAY 31 News!

Excited to share some @WAAYTV news with you! I’m the new co-anchor of WAAY 31 news at 4, 5, 6 and 10 p.m. with Dan Shaffer, Meteorologist Kate Mckenna, and Sports Director Lynden Blake. Hope you join us weeknights for Coverage You Can Count On.

Wow, what a year!

Wow, what a year!

Wow, what a year! As 2018 comes to a close I spent some time today reflecting on this past year. We moved to a new city, started new jobs and made so many special friendships. My heart is filled with gratitude, this was a terrific year!

Join me, Bill Young and WAAY-TV Meteorologist Kate McKenna on WAAY 31 News Mornings & Midday

Join me, Bill Young and WAAY-TV Meteorologist Kate McKenna for WAAY 31 News, weekday mornings and midday!

Join me, Bill Young and WAAY-TV Meteorologist Kate McKenna on WAAY 31 News Mornings starting at 4:30 a.m. and on WAAY 31 Midday at 11:00 a.m!

From Music City to Rocket City

From Music City to Rocket City

Dear friends and colleagues,
I wanted to share with you a new chapter in my life and career. After much thought and consideration, I accepted a position as a morning and midday news anchor at the ABC affiliate in Huntsville, WAAY 31 TV. I loved living and working in Nashville for the past several years. Nashville is an amazing city filled with warm and wonderful people! I am very grateful for the life long friendships that I have made here while working with incredible, talented, and professional journalists at News 2. I loved my time in Nashville and now I am looking forward to this new chapter beginning in February!

Today was a gift!

Today was a gift!

It was cold outside yet our family managed to warm the hearts of many. We spent the day traveling the streets of Nashville and delivering meals to people in need who are homeless without a Christmas meal. We met amazing people today and are surrounding them with love and light, creating lasting holiday memories we will cherish forever.

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