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Alvin Ivy

Alvin joined WTVA in January 2001 as a multi-media journalist and videographer.

Title: Videographer

Alvin grew up in Chickasaw County around Trebloc and is a big fan of the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

He is a graduate of MSU.

In his spare time, Alvin likes to workout, read God's Word and ride his four horses.

Recent Posts by Alvin Ivy

Families of both people killed in Shannon store shooting speak out

The families of the two people killed in separate shootings at a store in Shannon Thursday spoke about their loved ones.

Tupelo Public School District announces Teachers of Distinction

Twenty-three Tupelo teachers and six assistant teachers were recognized for their hard work and excellence.

Salvage operation ongoing at old Tupelo Stockyard

A salvage operation is being conducted at the old Tupelo Stockyard on Elizabeth Street.

Guntown PTO present check following "Jonah's Day"

Guntown Middle School officials presented a check to Jonah Horton and his family. Horton was diagnosed with leukemia in his 8th grade year.

Okolona native introduces Junior NBA to students

The Junior NBA introduced its most comprehensive youth basketball initiative to Okolona Elementary School, marking a major milestone.

Fire destroys house in Fulton

The house is located on Dylan Road.

Toyota makes big donation to Salvation Army Angel Tree

A donation of more 2,000 toys will brighten the faces of hundreds of children here in North Mississippi this Christmas.

4-County Foundation hands out awards to help community

Nine area organizations received awards this month from the 4-County Electric Power Association Foundation.

Angel Tree program kicks off in Tupelo

Columbus police investigate homicide after body discovered

Police in Columbus are trying to figure out who killed someone after a body was found Saturday morning.

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