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Michelle Stark is a morning anchor and technology correspondent for WHNT News 19. She and her husband are also new parents, excited to be living in Huntsville and experiencing The South's legendary hospitality!

Michelle anchors weekdays from 4:30 - 7:00 a.m. on WHNT News 19. She also showcases must-see websites, apps, gadgets, emerging technologies and social media trends.

As an Emmy® Award-winning broadcast journalist with a decade of experience, Michelle brings a lot to the team.

In 2011, she was nominated for an Emmy® Award for a series of reports on technology in schools across the Tennessee Valley. That same year, the Alabama Associated Press Broadcasters Association also named her "Best News Anchor."

Previously, Michelle was a morning anchor and technology reporter for KIVI-TV in Boise, Idaho. While there, she was honored more than a dozen times for her writing, features and investigative work.

Michelle graduated from Michigan State University with a B.A. in International Relations and got her start in the industry as an anchor, reporter and producer at the ABC affiliate in Lansing, Michigan. She also spent time early in her career working as an intern/researcher in Washington D.C. for ABC's "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings."

In 2013, Michelle and her husband welcomed their first child - a baby girl. You can check out Michelle's baby blog @ michellestarkbabyblog.wordpress.com to follow her journey, or share your advice and insights!

When Michelle manages to get a quick break from the thrills (and spills) of parenting, she loves reading, video games, chowing down on fondue and artsy-crafty projects. As a Detroit native, Michelle also loves to cheer for that city's sports teams and, obviously, Spartan basketball!

Have a story idea for Michelle? Email her at michelle.stark@whnt.com. You can also send her a tech tip on the interwebs via Facebook or Twitter @mstarktweets!


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    Google conference underway; New software and Glass details expected

    SAN FRANCISCO (CNNMoney) — Google’s Android software is about to make the leap beyond smartphones and tablets. Google’s annual I/O conference for software developers and designers begins on Wednesday. The company is widely expected to showcase its new smartwatch-ready “Android Wear” software. Google revealed plans for Android Wear in March, but developers are anxious to get details on its planned features and specifications. The rumor heading into the conference is that Samsung, whose Galaxy phones already run on Google’s software, […]

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    Taking a trip? Check out Trippy

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Summer is travel season and if you’re planning a getaway, you have some great options for advice. Most people have heard of TripAdvisor or Yelp but Trippy is another website to help you figure out the dos and dont’s at your next destination. Trippy’s goal is to offer reviews and recommendations in a casual, social environment. Here’s how it works. Once you create a profile, you can ask a travel question of your own or answer someone else’s. […]

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    “Curse Takeover” and “NASA on the Square” coming to Downtown Huntsville

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The third weekend in June will bring some exciting events to Downtown Huntsville, including a food gathering and a great showcase of science and exploration. Check out the details below and watch for updates on WHNT’s News 19 newscasts.   Curse Takeover June Street Food Gathering When: Friday, June 20th from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Where: Church Street between Clinton Avenue and Williams Cost: Free to Attend What: More than 22 food vendors, lined up on Church Street There will also be […]

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    Growth on Northside Square, ‘Pop-Up Putt-Putt’ Featured in Downtown Open

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) We checked in with Downtown Huntsville, Inc. on Thursday, May 15th to see what’s new and unique in the heart of the city. Here are a couple of cool new events and additions to watch out for: Growth on Northside Square Several new businesses are opening up in this area of Downtown Huntsville. The Vibe will offer entrepreneurs and professionals a place to work outside the home or office. The downtown space will offer refreshments and a collaborative […]

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    Dad a golfer? He might love this app

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Hitting the links is a popular Father’s Day activity. If you want to surprise dad on Sunday with a tool to help his game, you don’t have to drop all your money on a driver. Checkout Golfshot’s Golf GPS app. It’s free to download for Apple and Android devices. Golf GPS is almost like a personal caddy, who just happens to know the stats on all the courses near you. Using the free edition of the […]

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    Here are some of the latest iPhone 6 rumors

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Just last week, Apple announced a bunch of new products. One device that didn’t get any upgraded love was the iPhone. Although few industry insiders expected to see a next generation smartphone appear at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, it was still kind a disappointment to Apple fanatics. Rumors about the next iPhone – unofficially dubbed the iPhone 6 – are already flying on the web. So what will it look like? When will it get […]

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    What the NSA might actually know about you

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – When news first broke that the National Security Agency was collecting huge amounts of metadata from American phones, a lot of people shrugged it off. Maybe they shouldn’t have. According to some researchers, metadata could actually reveal a lot about you and your activities. National Security Agency leaders have argued the agency’s surveillance programs pose no real threat to Americans, because they simply collected metadata – things like phone numbers dialed or length of call. They’re not actually listening […]

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    How the iPhone may improve our eye care

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – There are a lot of rural areas in the Tennessee Valley and one day, iPhones may help people in those remote communities get better medical care. Stanford doctors have found a way to use iPhones for eye care and their technique could have big implications. Eye exams generally involve using large devices called indirect ophthalmoscopes and slit lamp instruments. They allow doctors to get an up close look at our eyes. Unfortunately, they have a drawback. […]

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    The limits and possibilities of self-driving cars

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – In the United States, at least 33,000 people are killed in car crashes every single year. Companies like Google, Audio and Volvo want to bring that number down with self-driving cars. But how much can these vehicles, still early in development, actually do? What are the limits of current technology? Anders Eugensson, Government Affairs Director for Volvo, tells CBS News partner CNET.com the current possibilities are actually pretty impressive. “We think we can expand this autonomous […]

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    Local Brewery Celebrates World Cup, Huntsville Ghost Walk Returns

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – June will bring some fun events to downtown Huntsville, including a celebration for soccer fans and the return of a “spooktacular” community favorite.  Here’s what you can enjoy… Huntsville Ghost Walk What: Tours sharing the history of the old buildings and mansions in Downtown Huntsville When: Saturday nights starting June 7th at 6:00pm, running through November 1st Where: Tours starts at Harrison Brothers. There are three different tours to choose from; Twickenham, Old Town and Downtown Cost: $10 […]

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    Need to sell stuff? You have options beyond eBay

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Most people looking to sell stuff quickly will hit up Craigslist or eBay. The websites are great for unloading or picking up collectibles, personal items, furniture and more. They’re not your only option though. A number of apps have popped up recently to make selling stuff easier, including SellSimple. SellSimple is free for iPhone users. It’s designed to sell your stuff quickly by pushing it out to a broad audience using the power of social platforms. Here’s […]

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    Millennials great at leading digital lives, not so great at home buying

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – The Millennial generation is great at many things: texting, social media, selfies. But buying a home? Not so much. Just 36% of Americans under the age of 35 own a home, according to the Census Bureau. That’s down from 42% in 2007 and the lowest level since 1982, when the agency began tracking homeownership by age. It’s not all their fault. Millennials want to buy homes — 90% prefer owning over renting, according to a recent […]

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