Meredith joined the WHNT News 19 team as an Executive Producer in September 2014.

She moved to the Tennessee Valley from Kansas City where she produced for KMBC. Before moving back to her hometown of Kansas City, she spent about a year and a half producing in Northwest Arkansas at KHBS/KHOG.

Meredith gets an adrenaline rush covering severe weather and breaking news. She also loves showcasing stories from around the community and is thrilled to be part of a team that’s dedicated to taking action and getting results.

When she’s not at work, Meredith is likely exploring the area. She loves finding new places to enjoy and great places to eat.

Meredith is a proud Mizzou Tiger. She’s excited her school is now in the SEC and she is looking forward to matchups with Alabama and Auburn. M-I-Z!

Recent Articles
  • Educators raise concerns after funding for Science in Motion is not listed in governor’s budget

    Many parents of tech savvy students are lighting up the phone lines and flooding inboxes of local and state board members because of concern about funding for Science in Motion. The program is the high school science component of the Alabama Math, Science and Technology Initiative. The concern started when a line for the program did not appear in the governor’s proposed budget. Science in Motion brings a laboratory with thousands of dollars of high tech equipment to schools across […]

  • One man taken to hospital after small fire in apartment

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Fire and Rescue officials say one man was taken to the hospital following a small fire in an apartment. Officials on the scene say the man had minor burns and smoke inhalation. Fire crews say the fire started because of unattended cooking oil. Officials say the man tried to take the oil outside but did not make it. Authorities say there was one other person inside the apartment on Golf Road at the time of the fire […]

  • Drivers asked to avoid Winchester Road unless you’re headed to a poll location

    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is still directing traffic on Winchester Road to try to get people in and out of their voting location. Traffic has been heavy throughout the day near Cove Church, a large polling site.  It’s located at 1635 Winchester Road NE, between Shields Road and Homer Nance, and deputies ask anyone who is not voting to please take an alternate route. The traffic delays started mid-morning, and continued through the afternoon.  They’re […]

  • Alert expanded statewide for missing senior from Decatur who has Alzheimer’s

    DECATUR, Ala. — The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued a Missing Senior Alert for James Robert Elliott. Authorities say he was last seen on October 11. Elliott was wearing blue jeans and a brown shirt. Officials say he may be driving a 1998 black Ford Explorer with Alabama tag number 52A44Z1. Elliott was last seen leaving his home in on 11th Avenue NW in Decatur. Decatur Police asked for the public’s help locating Elliott earlier this week. The ALEA alert […]

  • UPDATE: 2 charged with kidnapping after reports of man in underwear running through Athens street

    ATHENS, Ala. – Athens Police say Mollie Rosenblum, 43, and Wendell Todd Fain, 42, are charged with kidnapping. Athens Police say around 2 pm Wednesday, they found the victim running down Market Street near Houston Street. The victim told police he had been bound and held against his will for nearly 12 hours. Police say he was injured, and had been threatened with deadly force. He was running to escape. UPDATE: Athens Police announced on Thursday the victim is an […]

  • Alabama Secretary of State’s Office reprinting 2.7 million ballots to correct Amendment 2 language

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The Secretary of State’s Office says it is correcting 2.7 million ballots for the November election. The group Conservation Alabama says it notified the state of an error with the language for Amendment 2. The first two paragraphs were left off the sample ballot. The group says this means key language that addressed the permanent protection of state parks funding was omitted. Read the full amendment text in the amendment guide from the Secretary of State versus the text on […]

  • UPDATE: Child undergoes night of surgery after dog attack in Crossville

    CROSSVILLE, Ala. – Police call it the worst dog mauling they’ve ever seen. Thursday morning, Crossville Police were called to a home for a report of a child bitten by a dog. When they got there, they found the child very badly injured. Authorities say the child is 4 years old. Emergency crews transported the child to Marshall Medical South in Boaz then airlifted to Birmingham in critical condition. Crossville Police said the incident happened at a home on Justice […]

  • UPDATE: Home destroyed by fire in Toney

    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. — Toney Fire & Rescue crews are investigating a fire that destroyed a home on Friday night. The home at 156 Church Street was vacant. Firefighters saw flames when they got to the scene. The Toney Fire & Rescue squad said an engine company laid about 750 feet of supply line to the closest hydrant. That led to the closure of Old Railroad Bed Road for a few hours. It took authorities a few hours to clear […]

  • Harvest-Monrovia Water & Sewer Authority asks customers to curtail outside water use

    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. — The general manager for the Harvest-Monrovia Water & Sewer Authority announced customers should start conserving water immediately. The water authority says severe drought conditions are getting worse day by day. At this time, officials are asking customers to voluntarily curtail outside water use. General Manager Roger Raby asks each customer to please help conserve as much as possible each day. He says if conditions continue to worsen, the water authority may have to curtail use. Keep […]

  • Huntsville Police Department Incident Review Board releases findings in fatal officer-involved shooting

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala.  — The Huntsville Police department convened an Incident Review Board to examine evidence and hear testimony related to a case where an officer used deadly force earlier this month. 34-year-old William Thomas Hennessey was killed on June 18. Authorities say the incident began when an Alabama State Trooper began investigating the report of a driver possibly under the influence at 1004 Jordan Lane.  The offender produced a weapon and began struggling with the Trooper.  Huntsville Police Officers were in the area assisting […]

  • Madison Police investigating shooting on Michael Avenue

    MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – Madison Police say they are investigating a shooting in the 100 block of Michael Avenue. That is just off Wall Triana Highway and south of Gillespie Road. The shooting happened just after midnight early Sunday morning. Madison Police are asking people to avoid the area overnight while officers investigate. Investigators had the entire road taped off, and spent the night talking with neighbors and possible witnesses in different apartment buildings in the area. #BREAKING Madison Police […]

  • Electric bottle and food warmers recalled for fire hazard risk

    Mayborn USA is recalling Tommee Tippee® Closer to Nature® electric bottle and food warmers. The products were sold separately or as an accessory with the Complete Starter Kit or the All in One Newborn Set. The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports six instances of bottle and food warmers overheating, melting, smoking and catching on fire. Officials say these instances resulted in $16,000 in property damage. Consumers should immediately unplug and stop using the recalled product and contact Mayborn for free replacement warmers. […]