Sydney joined WTVA as a multimedia journalist in January 2020.
Before she started in north Mississippi, she gained some reporting experience as a multi-media journalist in Monroe, Louisiana.
While there she covered severe weather, politics, crime and was the main reporter for the devastating tornado that ripped through Louisiana Tech and the city of Ruston.
She is a graduate of Georgia State University. In college, she interned at WSB-TV and worked as a production assistant for Atlanta’s top radio stations.
During her free time, Sydney likes to watch TV, exercise and try new restaurants.
She is excited to connect with the wonderful city of Tupelo and share your stories.
Feel free to shoot her your story ideas at email@example.com and follow her on Twitter.
Aberdeen's mayor, Maurice Howard, confirmed that someone working in City Hall tested positive for the coronavirus.
The patient came to the hospital complaining of shortness of breath and was admitted a short time later.
Faith Food Pantry in Nettleton is closing it’s doors to keep their workers safe during this pandemic.
Two public officials in Belmont say they got tested for the coronavirus after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for the disease.
The city of Ripley's social distancing requirements did not stop locals from celebrating the birthday of 3-year-old Brantley Burroughs.
Tishomingo county has started getting back on it's feet after a tornado hit the area on Tuesday.
Local restaurants are starting to feel the effects the coronavirus is having on their businesses, leaving many like Mitch McKamey, owner of Kermit's Outlaw Kitchen and The Neon Pig Cafe, to wonder about the future of their businesses.
One person is dead, another is under arrest after a fatal shooting Friday in Altitude.
The Itawamba Sheriff’s Department is asking the public for help finding the person who shot two animals Thursday night .
Pontotoc issued restrictions to businesses as the spread of the coronavirus reaches across Mississippi.