Devon Walsh

Devon Walsh

Devon Walsh wakes up early to anchor WKRG News Five This Morning from 5-7AM with Bill Riales and John Nodar. She also anchors News Five at noon. She was honored by the Associated Press as "Alabama's Best News Anchor" in 2010 and 2012. Devon is thrilled to be back at the station where she got her start. She got her first taste of the news business as a teenage intern at WKRG. After graduating from the McGill-Toolen Catholic High School and The University of Notre Dame, she started as an assignment editor/reporter at WKRG, and later anchored the evening news with Mel Showers. She then spent six years anchoring at top-rated, Fox 6 WBRC before returning to Mobile in 2008.  Devon and her husband are excited to raise their son, Sam, and daughter, Janie, surrounded by family here along the Gulf Coast.

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  • Precious Poodle Needs Home

    Precious Poodle Needs Home

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 8:22 AM EDT2014-08-20 12:22:24 GMT
    Our Pet of the Week is a two year old poodle named Lucille. She is looking for a home at the Mobile SPCA. She is a happy dog, and her fur is very soft! She was found in a local cemetery. She is crate-trained, and could well be house-trained.If you are interested in adopting Lucille, call the Mobile SPCA at (251)633-3531.
    Our Pet of the Week is a two year old poodle named Lucille. She is looking for a home at the Mobile SPCA. She is a happy dog, and her fur is very soft! She was found in a local cemetery. She is crate-trained, and could well be house-trained.If you are interested in adopting Lucille, call the Mobile SPCA at (251)633-3531.
  • Local Physician Makes Mission Trip a Family Affair

    Local Physician Makes Mission Trip a Family Affair

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 1:07 PM EDT2014-08-19 17:07:55 GMT
    Medical care here in the United States is far superior to medical care in parts of South America. Local gastroenterologist, Dr. Matt Eves, just returned from bringing first class medical care to a third world country. He took his daughter, Paulette, and son, Bradley, to Honduras earlier this summer. They went to a poor hospital frequently visited by mission teams. The hospital was founded by Dr. Steve and Mary Kinsey from Baldwin County, 30 years ago.The Mobile Infirmary donated $20,000 worth...
    Medical care here in the United States is far superior to medical care in parts of South America. Local gastroenterologist, Dr. Matt Eves, just returned from bringing first class medical care to a third world country. He took his daughter, Paulette, and son, Bradley, to Honduras earlier this summer. They went to a poor hospital frequently visited by mission teams. The hospital was founded by Dr. Steve and Mary Kinsey from Baldwin County, 30 years ago.The Mobile Infirmary donated $20,000 worth...
  • A Rare Look Inside Strickland Youth Center

    A Rare Look Inside Strickland Youth Center

    Friday, August 15 2014 9:45 AM EDT2014-08-15 13:45:11 GMT
    Strickland Youth Center guards speak to News 5 about how their job is more of a calling, than a job.
    Strickland Youth Center guards speak to News 5 about how their job is more of a calling, than a job.

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