A native of Greenville, MS, Roslyn Giles joined WTVM News Leader 9 in August 2009 as a General Assignment Reporter. In August 2016, Roslyn became the anchor of WXTX Fox 54. Roslyn started her career at WXVT-TV 15 in the early 1990s bringing the news to the people who knew her best in her hometown of Greenville, MS, reporting, anchoring and hosting a public affairs show were a few of her tasks. In 1996, Roslyn moved to Columbus, GA to become the Opelika Bureau Chief Reporter for the CBS affiliate, WRBL-TV 3. She and her news team received an Associated Press Award for Best Coverage for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. After nine years of reporting and anchoring, Roslyn decided to change hats and venture into Real Estate. The separation from TV was short-lived. Three years later, she returned to her first love as a freelance reporter at her previous station in Columbus and soon landed a full-time reporting job at WTVM News Leader 9. After two years, she was promoted to weekend anchor. In 2014, Roslyn received an Outstanding Media Award from the Georgia Marshal Network for balanced reporting. Roslyn received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in English from the University of Southern Mississippi, in Hattiesburg. Before graduating, she also attended USM's international studies program at the University of The West Indies in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. She enjoys keeping people informed, public speaking, reading, shopping and taking care of her family. She has served on numerous boards including Safe Kids of Columbus and Media Advisory Board for Shaw High School's Mass Communication department. She is married to Tracey Giles. They have three children, Trey, Trevor and Mya.
The number of wildfires at Fort Benning is actually below average for this fiscal year, which runs from Oct. 1 to Sept 30. Normally they see anywhere from 100 to 120 wildfires. Right now, it stands at 98.
AT&T workers across the southeastern U.S. are striking today for "unfair labor practices." The strike includes 20,000 workers across nine states including Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Michael Strahan was one of many star-studded former professional athletes who inspired the audience with their personal stories of success and struggles at the sold-out Bob Wright Symposium for Business Empowerment.