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Christine joined the WHNT News 19 team in July 2016 as our Interactive Content Reporter/Producer. She works to keep you in the loop and entertained on the web and on the air. She is an American-Canadian who loves lip balm, kickboxing, Indiana Jones, and lake life.

After spending four years at The Loveliest Village On The Plains, Christine began her post-grad career as a freelance news and production assistant for CNN in Atlanta. She has written and produced international and domestic stories, including a report on an archaeology project in the Ur region of Iraq and a feature piece on an Atlanta-based acupuncturist.

Christine was raised an Army brat and thrives in an ever-changing environment. Her interest in broadcast news stems from a combined passion for the performing arts and genuine conversation.

Favorite quote:
“Somebody kind, who touches your mind, will suddenly touch your heart.” -The Sound of Music


Recent Articles
  • Huntsville Police Department revamps recruiting campaign

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Nationally, police academy recruits are at an all-time low. There may be fewer citizens wanting to be police officers, but the Huntsville Police Academy knew it couldn’t let a shortage determine the quality of its cadets. “The writing’s been on the wall for the past several years, that it was going to get tougher and tougher to find those high caliber individuals that were wanting to be part of police work,” said police recruiter, Officer Karl Kissich. The […]

  • Find sneakers, video games, and basketball galore at the Kickz N Stickz Expo and Tournament!

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — If you like some sweet sneakers, video games, or basketball, an event coming up Sep. 8 might have something for you– because the Kickz-N-Stickz Sneaker and Video Game Expo will combine all three with the theme of basketball at the Von Braun Center. Kickz-N-Stickz is the nation’s first sneaker show and video game tournament rolled into one giant, family fun expo. Sponsored by Big 75 inc. & AT&T, this event is free to the public with registration. It […]

  • What happens to cars that are parked for 1+ years at the Huntsville airport?

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — A WHNT News 19 viewer sent us this photo of a car that he and others had noticed has been parked on an upper level in the parking garage at the Huntsville International Airport for over a year…its license plate expired in 2016. And that prompted the question: What happens to vehicles when they appear to be abandoned in an airport parking garage/lot? Does anyone notice or do anything about it? We asked officials at the Huntsville […]

  • Straight To Ale brewery recognized nationally as a ‘Bike-Friendly Business’

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Straight To Ale brewery at Campus 805 is no stranger to racking up rewards. But usually, those prizes are in the nature of beer, brewing, and the like. This time the brewery is being recognized for setting a different kind of standard. One that constitutes a culture and environment for bicycling! The League of American Bicyclists is a national organization that recognizes businesses for how they’re improving infrastructure and the general outlook of bicycling in cities as […]

  • Never lose anything to the gap between your car seat and console with the Drop Stop!

    Keys, phones, change, jewelry, bottle caps, pens, gum, and more…at one point or another, you’ve probably dropped one of these things down the crevice between your car seat and the console. You don’t have to messy for it to happen, sometimes things just slip away, and when they do, there’s no easy way to get it out. Imagine the concoction of snack crumbs, lost change, things never to be seen again after they fall between your car seat and console. […]

  • ‘Donut Forget About Us’: Local donut shop asks community to help keep their dream alive

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — A local donut and lunch shop is facing the threat of closure, and they’re putting their fate in the hands of their faithful customers and the community. In 1984, The Donut Hole opened to the Huntsville community, and the mastermind behind the operation was affectionately known as “Nana.” “She knew everybody by name, the customers knew her and they loved her,” remembered Alimag Green, one of three owners of the Donut Hole. “That’s why our logo says […]

  • The Bagnet is a small and mighty magnet that keeps your bags & purses off the floor!

    Whether it’s a backpack or purse, gym bag or clutch, if you’re not holding it, it usually ends up getting set on the ground. You might set it down in restaurants, public bathrooms, locker rooms– there are so many places where you don’t know how clean the floor is, and you end up taking those germs with you wherever your bag goes. This week for deal or dud we tested a product that claims to keep your belongings off the […]

  • The back-to-school season means getting used to sharing the road with school buses and obeying traffic laws

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The back-to-school bustle has begun! That means increased traffic before and after school hours, and the presence of school buses.  And buses back on the roads mean drivers have a responsibility to follow traffic laws pertaining to stopping for and passing buses. Following the rules of the road is essential to the safety of drivers, passengers and pedestrians year-round, but during the school year, there are some changes to traffic, and it’s important for drivers to take […]

  • New drivers need to pay attention to the stages and restrictions of the Graduated Driver’s License law

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — With the new school year comes a wave of teenagers completing the qualifications to get their driver’s license– adding more drivers to the road, and more distractions. Alabama State Trooper Curtis Summerville says the beginning of a new school year is the perfect time to remind teenagers about Alabama’s Graduated Driver’s License law. The Graduated Driver’s License law has three stages: the permit period, the restricted period, and the unrestricted period. The restricted period applies to most […]

  • Local program is recruiting recovering opioid addicts in medication-assisted treatment

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — A Huntsville-based recovery program is piloting an initiative unlike any of its kind — a place where recovering opioid addicts in medication-assisted treatment can live in a safe in a safe and sober community. The only requirement is that participants are enrolled in a medication-assisted treatment program providing methadone, suboxone or similar support. Most opioid addiction recovery programs in the United States, if not all, are abstinence-based. This means no drug or alcohol use is permitted to help with […]

  • Chick-Fil-A grand opening in Decatur attracts chicken sandwich enthusiasts

    DECATUR, Ala. — Chick-Fil-A opened another location Wednesday morning in southeast Decatur. The fast-food chain is known for opening its restaurants in style, by offering free chicken for a year to the first 100 customers. Many of those vying for this coveted prize camped out 24 hours before the opening, just to ensure their place in line. The 100 prize winners all came for the same reason…to get some chicken! Sherry Williams was #18 in line and hadn’t slept all […]

  • The Pet Peek Window gives your dog a view through the fence

    Dogs will be dogs. And especially if you ever let your dogs out in a fenced-in backyard, they tend to bark at just about anything they hear outside the fence. The Pet Peek Window is an accessory for your fence that gives your dog a view through the fence. Sometimes, dog owners will just cut a hole in their fence so that their pup can see outside, but this leaves the chance of splinters in their fur or on their […]