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Alisa Anderson

Alisa Anderson joined WTVA in October 2019

Title: Multi-Media Journalist
aanderson@wtva.com

Alisa is from Memphis, Tennessee, and is a graduate of Mississippi State University.

She is excited to be back in the area and to tell the stories that matter the most.

When Alisa isn't working, you can find her cheering on the Dawgs, watching Netflix or trying new restaurants in town.

If you see her out and about, make sure you say hi.

She's always looking for new story ideas. So if you have any, be sure to email her at aanderson@wtva.com.

Recent Posts by Alisa Anderson

Saltillo residents getting used to new water system

Saltillo Mayor Rex Smith said the switch improved the overall quality of the water.

Workers trying to alleviate pressure on Okitebbeha County Lake Dam

Workers are working to pump enough water out of the lake to get it out of the danger zone.

Residents continue to recover from Pickens County tornado

Many residents say they plan to rebuild and regroup.

Committee asking for donations to help victims of Pickens County tornado

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Red Cross, county and city officials created a committee to help storm victims.

Corinth Police searching for a man they say stole thousands of dollars

Police Capt. Dell Green says the man targeted gas stations all over Corinth using skimming technology.

City of Verona making improvements to city park

Verona received a U.S Forestry Grant for park improvement two summers ago.

Job seekers attend Tupelo job fair

More than 1,500 people attended Wednesday's job fair at the BancorpSouth Conference Center.

Golden Triangle Kennel Club holds annual dog show

Golden Triangle Kennel Club held its annual dog show at the Mississippi Horsepark in Starkville.

Residents recovering from deadly tornado in Pickens County

The National Weather Service in Birmingham reports three confirmed deaths near Carrollton in Pickens County.

High winds may topple trees in tomorrow's storm

Tupelo Fire Chief, Thomas Walker says people need to watch out for falling trees.

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