Lyndsey Price

POSTED: 4:23 PM May 16 2013   UPDATED: 4:40 PM May 12 2014
Lyndsey-Price

Lyndsey is a Chilhowie, Virginia native and is excited to be back to the place she calls home.

Lyndsey graduated Cum Laude from the University of Alabama with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and minors in Communication Studies and Computer Science. While in Tuscaloosa, Lyndsey worked as a student professional at WVUA-TV where she served as a fill-in anchor, reporter, and producer. She was huddled under the WVUA anchor desk on April 27, 2011 as the E-F4 tornado tore through Tuscaloosa. She was privileged to tell the stories of loss, hope, and recovery of the people of Tuscaloosa.

After graduation Lyndsey moved to Monroe, Louisiana where she was a reporter for KNOE 8 News. While there she covered many big stories and landed an exclusive interview with Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Dynasty.

In her free time you can find Lyndsey watching Alabama Football (Roll Tide!) and hanging out with friends and family.

If you have any stories ideas or comments, email her at lprice@wcyb.com.

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