Danielle joined the WJHG news team as a morning associate producer in June of 2015.
Danielle joined the WJHG news team as a morning associate producer in June of 2015. Born and raised in Florida, Danielle stayed true to her roots and graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Editing, Writing and Media, with a minor in Communications.
In January 2017, Danielle became the Walton and Okaloosa County reporter, covering the west end of our viewing coverage.
Danielle enjoys the beautiful Florida weather, the emerald coast and welcoming community.
When not at work, Danielle likes to go to the beach, socialize with friends and get lost in a good book.
If you've got a story idea, she'd love to hear it! You can reach her through email, Facebook or Twitter.
"He was just trying to protect us," said the girlfriend of Markeis McGlockton, a 28-year-old father of three who was killed during a parking space dispute.
The machinery of the Communist apparatus relied on whisper networks of compromised people, including situations where a "brother spied on his brother."
"I know that it could have been worse," the Canadian city's police chief said.
Cuba has made great strides over the past decade on LGBTQ rights, partly thanks to the high-profile advocacy of Fidel Castro's niece Mariela Castro.
The fiery rhetoric by both presidents comes against the backdrop of increasingly adversarial actions between the two nations.