Sheri Falk

Sheri Falk joined the ABC 33/40 morning news team in March 2013.{}

Before moving her dogs, cats and husband to Birmingham, Sheri spent five years working in Hattiesburg, Mississippi at WDAM-TV. While there she served as the evening anchor and general assignment/health reporter.

The Mississippi Associated Press recognized Sheri six times for outstanding work as an anchor and reporter. She was honored for her coverage of The Mississippi Innocence Project which helped overturn the case of two women sentenced to 44 years in prison, after being convicted of aggravated assault. Sheri also covered the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Meixco and witnessed the 2012 execution of a 35 year old man convicted of murder at the age of 18. In 2013, she covered the February tornado that ripped through Hattiesburg. In 2014 Sheri was an instrumental part of ABC 33/40's Don't Text and Drive campaign, which received an award from the Alabama Broadcasters Association for Best Community Service Project.

Sheri earned her Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL. Her Journalism career began behind the scenes, in her hometown of Fort Lauderdale, FL working as a traffic producer for local radio stations. Sheri also worked at WTVJ in the production department as a floor director.

You can catch Sheri every weekday morning from{}4:30-7AM. Feel free to say hello and pass along any story ideas.

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