Chasity Maxie, WBRC FOX6 News

Chasity Maxie

WBRC FOX6 News

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Chasity:

Uptown sees big boom, how will it impact local businesses?

The uptown district is booming! With the addition of Protective Stadium, the re-opening of Legacy Arena, and the Squadron kicking off its inaugural season this weekend, there’s bound to be plenty of foot traffic in the area. But how is all of this impacting local businesses? → Read More

BBB offers tips to ensure your online package arrive safely and on time

Many in Alabama are concerned about whether their holiday packages will arrive to their destinations on time after hundreds of FedEx packages were found dumped on Alabama roadsides. The Better Business Bureau said while in many cases you’re at the mercy of those providing delivery services, there are some ways to make you feel more comfortable with shipping your packages. → Read More

Are health departments still contact tracing?

The World Health Organization said contact tracing will be key to understanding and containing the Omicron variant. We heard so much about contact tracing at the beginning of the pandemic, but we’re nearly two years in and the topic of contact tracing isn’t as popular but is still important to managing the virus. → Read More

CDC issues health advisory as cases of flu increase in kids and young adults

The Centers for Disease Control has issued a new advisory about the flu. The agency said it’s seeing an increase in the virus among kids and young adults. → Read More

YWCA offers resources for domestic abuse victims

The holidays are often referred to as the most wonderful time of the year, but for victims and survivors of domestic violence, this can be an especially stressful time. → Read More

Local Christmas tree farmer says there’s a shortage of certain varieties

Christmas trees are going up in homes all over the country, but for those who love putting their gifts under a real tree, you may have a tougher time finding the variety your used to. → Read More

Former University of Alabama football player battles COVID, encourages others to get vaccinated

The 36-year-old former football player had no underlying health conditions and was in no rush to get the vaccine. → Read More

Former University of Alabama football player battles COVID, encourages others to get vaccinated

The 36-year-old former football player had no underlying health conditions and was in no rush to get the vaccine. → Read More

Hundreds gather in Linn Park for Mayor Woodfin’s inauguration

Hundreds gathered this afternoon to witness the official swearing in of Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin. His inauguration was held in Linn Park with a slew of special guests there to celebrate him. → Read More

Protect yourself from porch pirates

A new study predicts Americans will spend about $209 billion shopping online this holiday season and with those record sales comes an increase in stolen packages. Research finds 43% of Americans have been hit by package thieves at an average cost of $136. → Read More

Medication used to treat flu is in short supply due to supply chain issues

Doctors are anticipating an active flu season this year, but some medications used to treat the virus are in short supply right now. We’re talking specifically about Xofluza. Pharmacists here at Ritch’s Pharmacy in Mountain Brook said it’s really a supply chain issue. → Read More

Opioid crisis reaches record highs

New federal data suggests America’s drug epidemic has reached its deadliest height, and here in Jefferson County, we’ve already surpassed the number of deaths from opioid overdoses from last year. The CDC said overdose deaths topped 100,000 annually for the first time. Researchers said the new record is being driven by opioid abuse. → Read More

Could supply chain issues impact your Thanksgiving dinner?

The news has been full of stories about product shortages caused by global supply chain issues. And while it may be difficult to find certain products, the Alabama Grocers Association said you don’t have to worry that your favorite Thanksgiving staples won’t make it to the table this year. → Read More

New data shows Alabama has more jobs than workers

Alabama continues to face a labor shortage with more jobs available than there are people looking for work. That’s according to a Stateline analysis of federal statistics from August. So, why is it so hard to fill these positions? → Read More

New data shows Alabama has more jobs than workers

Alabama continues to face a labor shortage with more jobs available than there are people looking for work. That’s according to a Stateline analysis of federal statistics from August. So, why is it so hard to fill these positions? → Read More

Unvaccinated Alabamians make up majority of COVID cases and COVID deaths in the state

New data from the Alabama Department of Public Health shows 88% of Alabama’s COVID-19 cases, and 89% of COVID-19 deaths, were in unvaccinated Alabamians. → Read More

Inflation: highest level since 1990, local experts react

It’s been a hard time for consumers as the price of pretty much everything has increased. But it’s really hurting our pockets when it’s time to go to the grocery store. It’s the highest inflation rate U.S. consumers have seen in more than 30 years. → Read More

Alabama mom and her kids share their experience with Pfizer’s vaccine trial

An Alabama mom and her kids are sharing their experience with participating in Pfizer’s vaccine trial over the summer. They’re hoping their story will take away the fear some may have about getting their young children vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Alabama mom and her kids share their experience with Pfizer’s vaccine trial

An Alabama mom and her kids are sharing their experience with participating in Pfizer’s vaccine trial over the summer. They’re hoping their story will take away the fear some may have about getting their young children vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Alabama mom and her kids share their experience with Pfizer’s vaccine trial

An Alabama mom and her kids are sharing their experience with participating in Pfizer’s vaccine trial over the summer. They’re hoping their story will take away the fear some may have about getting their young children vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More