Tonya Terry came home in September 2002 to take her place as part of the team of anchors on one of the top-rated morning shows in the country, WSFA 12's Today in Alabama. She also anchors the community focused show Alabama Live. Prior to coming to WSFA 12 News, Tonya spent five years in Huntsville where she worked as a news anchor and reporter at both the ABC and CBS affiliates. Tonya has also worked at television and radio stations in Troy, Dothan and Enterprise. Tonya volunteers a lot of her time, so don't be surprised to see her at your school, church, football game or other community events.
Will Brody’s allergy to nuts is so severe he’s had to use an Epipen four times to counter dangerous attacks.But through a clinical trial of a new approach to peanut allergy, he’s built up a tolerance that should protect him from accidental exposure.
It's barely pumpkin latte season and already signs are up advertising flu shots and adding to the anticipation of the season, an experimental drug is showing promise in treating the sickest people with flu.
In the human performance lab at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, researchers study how vision and movement work together and why the two integrate differently in people with autism.