Asia Wilson is a multimedia journalist for WALB News 10. She joined the team in January 2018. Asia is a native of Salisbury, North Carolina and calls the Charlotte area her home. Prior to WALB, Asia was a news contributor at WCCB Charlotte "The CW" and a communications specialist for a government agency. Her stories have been on the desk of the North Carolina governor several times. During this time, she also worked as an independent contractor in the production department with the Charlotte Hornets, and volunteered some of her time with a Raycom Sports Media show called, "The ACC Blintz."
Asia graduated from Lenoir Rhyne University as a triple major in broadcasting, public relations, and journalism. While in college she was the only journalism student to work with ESPN and DV Sports Media. After college, she went on to intern at WSOC and PBS both in Charlotte. She has been featured in two independent films and most recently was selected as a Woman of Influence and one of Charlotte’s top 30 most auccessful individuals under 30 years old. Asia has a passion for all things news and sports. She is excited to tell your stories here in Southwest Georgia. If you have a story idea, feel free to reach out!
Right now, Albany Police are working to find out who’s responsible for the four robberies that happened last week.Albany Police said from September 28th through October 5th the following incidents happened at public stores.
Future bills and big issues were big talkers at a legislative round table luncheon in Mitchell County on Thursday. Baconton Mayor Annette Morman brought in state and area leaders to discuss the upcoming legislative session.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and experts with the Liberty House of Albany, said there’s been zero deaths from abuse so far this year. That's out of 17 counties in the South Georgia area.
A Lee County family is furious as they said their five-year-old didn’t get off the bus at their home. It happened at the start of the school year, but they’re still demanding answers from the school system.
Trial started Tuesday afternoon in the Alex Mixon death case, and it’s been emotional.Iren and Mickee Carter are both charged with felony murder, two counts of armed robbery and two counts of aggravated assault.