A native of Columbus, Georgia, Olivia is a mass media graduate of Columbus State University where she received extensive training in the field of communication, journalism, and reporting.
Prior to becoming a digital content producer, Olivia produced feature stories for several business owners, music artists, and events. She also completed internships at local news stations and media outlets.
She currently enhances her skills in mass communication via media productions, feature writing, and broadcasts.
Olivia is a current member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Lambda Pi Eta, and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
County Administrator Roger Rendleman confirmed that Katherine Carson is on paid leave as the county investigates an issue they hope to have resolved before the next Lee County Commission meeting on Nov. 12.
42-year-old Heath Stafford died after he struck a utility pole. Authorities say he was refusing to stop for the Lee County Sheriff's Office, approximately five miles west of Phenix City when he crashed.
According to Opelika police, 39-year-old Wesley Alan Southerland was arrested on Sept. 25. At the time of contact, Southerland was in possession of a large about of methamphetamine, marijuana, and a pistol.