Ayron Lewallen, WVTM 13

Ayron Lewallen


Birmingham, AL, United States

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Past articles by Ayron:

Basketball fans voice parking concerns ahead of March Madness

After a 15-year hiatus, March Madness is heading back to the Magic City. The city of Birmingham has grown quite a bit since the last time it hosted a round of the tournament, and many people are wondering if the city has enough parking options to handle thousands of basketball fanatics coming for the tournament.Birmingham Parking Authority president and CEO Andre Davis is confident there’s… → Read More

Mitchell family seeks answers in loved one's death inside Walker County Jail

The Mitchell family is suing the Walker County sheriff along with several employees of the department and two nurses who were on duty. → Read More

Lawmakers push for equal consideration on issues in surplus spending

After the first day of the special session, lawmakers said issues like broadband, infrastructure, and cutting taxes are at the top of that list. → Read More

Gov. Ivey looks forward to future in 'State of the State' address

The governor is calling a special session to figure out how to spend a billion dollars in federal COVID money before the state loses it. → Read More

Hoover residents upset after city council approves funding for I-459 interchange

Many residents said the city plans to build the interchange too close to their homes. → Read More

'We were pretty fortunate': No one hurt after downtown Birmingham wall collapses

Kim McCann said a minor inconvenience saved her car from being damaged. → Read More

Film producer says unexpected move to Birmingham exceeded his expectations

The film “The Shift” was originally supposed to shoot in Atlanta, but some issues forced production to switch gears. → Read More

Irondale mayor updates residents on quality of life improvements

Many people are happy to see their tax dollars being put to good use. → Read More

Alabaster City Council approves 1% sales tax increase for better amenities

Many at Monday's city council meeting felt the decision was made before consideration of the public's concerns. → Read More

'Glory to the heroes': Tuscaloosa man reflects on time as prisoner of war in Ukraine

Five months after returning home, Alex Drueke still thinks about how he can help Ukraine in the ongoing war against Russia. → Read More

Gadsden city staff host town hall discussing possible occupational tax repeal

The city of Gadsden plans to fight the bill when it's expected to be introduced during the next legislative session starting March 7. → Read More

Holly Pond man devastated after two neighbors are killed in house fire

Larry Satterfield said he's lived across the street from the Olinger family for more than 40 years. He describes them as good people and is devastated by the loss. → Read More

State lawmaker hosts town hall on future of Birmingham Southern College

Birmingham Southern is asking the city, county and state for a combined total of more than $37 million to avoid closing. → Read More

Tuscaloosa police and University of Alabama to increase safety measures on the Strip

Tuscaloosa police and university leaders are strengthening their partnership and opening up a joint police station in the center of the Strip. → Read More

15-year flooding issue concerns Vestavia Hills neighbors during severe weather

Nancy Foreman said she and her neighbors have gone to the city twice since 2005 to ask for help to save their homes. → Read More

Potential Birmingham Southern College closing could significantly impact state, local economy

A study from an independent economist found that BSC brings in more than $70 million to Jefferson County alone. → Read More

Protestors demand transparency from Walker County sheriff after death of Anthony Mitchell

Protestors claim there have been several cases of misconduct inside the Walker County Jail, but the death of Anthony Mitchell is the final straw. → Read More

Tuscaloosa County to vote on raising property taxes to help school system budget

Tuscaloosa County Schools Superintendent Keri Johnson said the school system is the 9th largest in the state but is one of the most underfunded. → Read More

Mercedes Benz Marathon chairwoman excited for 20-year tradition's victory lap

A decline in financial support and participation forced event chairwoman Valerie Cuddy to make the difficult decision to make this the final year. → Read More

Calhoun County Sheriff disappointed with ALDOC's early inmate release

The inmates’ release was due to a law passed back in 2021, and several concerned officials and families expressed their concerns about how this was handled too. → Read More