Alana’s parents, Kyle Prettyman and Alexa Shoultes, told us about their pain and passion in launching the foundation. They say their goal is to help other families who may be dealing with similar situations as them. To learn more about The Alana Rose Foundation, including how you can help, call 302-519-5973.
About Annie Hearn
Annie has been with WBOC since March 2008. Prior to her time at the television station, Annie spent 4 ½ years at 1450 WILM Newsradio in New Castle, DE as a general assignment reporter, legislative correspondent, and morning co-anchor. She was also an Adjunct instructor at Wilmington University. Annie has a Bachelor's degree from University of Delaware. She majored in English with a concentration in Journalism. Annie won a national Edward R. Murrow award in 2006. Check out all stories by Annie.
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