Is Brooke Smith Fired From WVTM 3 Morning News?
She was the ABC affiliate's daily 3 p.m. anchor in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she covered the 2017 Las Vegas Strip mass shooting and earned a regional Emmy for her reporting.
She joined WVTM 13 in April 2003 as Birmingham's first on-camera traffic anchor.
She also contributed to the creation of "Hometown Tours," which highlight the lovely towns and cities in Central Alabama. In addition, Brooke covered entertainment and features for WVTM 13 News at Midday.
She anchored in "Daytime Alabama," WVTM 13's first entertainment- and consumer-focused discussion show after Brooke stepped down from the morning and lunchtime broadcasts in 2009.
After the birth of Gracie, her eldest daughter, she made the decision to stop watching television. In January 2011, she made her TV comeback as the host of a nearby morning program.
She made a triumphant return to her native WVTM 13 to host the program she had co-created with her lifelong friend Ken Lass more than ten years earlier. "Today in Alabama."