Daniella Oropeza

Daniella Oropeza is a reporter for WTVA-TV and WLOV-TV in Tupelo.

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Daniella Oropeza is a reporter for WTVA-TV and WLOV-TV in Tupelo.

Recent Posts by Daniella Oropeza

Group to turn historic Amory church into multi-purpose building

Board members over The Windows in Amory plan to renovate the historic building before its 100th birthday.

Family, friends host prayer and justice rally for Water Valley man

Family and friends hosted a prayer and justice rally for a Water Valley man Monday night.

Alabama K-9 who died after drug contact honored at memorial

An Alabama K-9 known as both the best narcotics-sniffing dog in the state and a "knucklehead" was honored at a memorial service Tuesday after he died searching for drugs during a prison sweep.

Alabama sued in transgender driver's license case

A federal judge on Tuesday questioned Alabama's requirement for a transgender person to undergo full gender reassignment surgery before they can change the sex on their driver's license, suggesting that a license that contradicts a person's public appearance essentially marks them with a "scarlet letter T."

Principal acquitted in teacher sexual misconduct probe

A judge has acquitted an Alabama high school principal who had been accused of obstructing an investigation into allegations that a teacher was sexually involved with a student.

Alabama foster parent pleads guilty to child abuse charges

A former foster parent in Alabama has pleaded guilty to child abuse, sexual abuse and torture.

3 dead, 4 hurt in south Alabama wrecks

Three people are dead and four are injured following a pair of collisions in southeastern Alabama.

Alabama university demolishing class building hit by twister

An Alabama university is demolishing a classroom building that was severely damaged by a tornado last year.

Coast Guard rescues stranded boaters off Alabama coast

The U.S. Coast Guard says it has found four people who were stranded when their boat's battery died off the coast of Alabama.

Reeves holds $5M, Hood $900K in Mississippi governor's race

Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves continues to outraise and outspend all other candidates in the Mississippi governor's race, with Attorney General Jim Hood raising and spending the most among Democrats in the race for the state's top job.

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