When Alabama Governor Robert Bentley was accused of having an affair and using taxpayer funds to cover it up, Rebekah was trusted as the lead reporter, driving three hours to Montgomery several days a week to cover the scandal. Rebekah covered the story from initial impeachment efforts all the way up to the Bentley's resignation. Rebekah's live breaking news reports, live interviews, and live Q&A with anchors contributed to winning top ratings in the market during breaking news coverage of his resignation.
Rebekah often travels for FOX10 News to cover national and regional breaking news. She traveled to West Point, GA when a quadruple murderer and his alleged accomplice were cornered in a motel room after a multi-state manhunt. Rebekah was on the scene in Biloxi, MS delivering live reports on air and on social media after a CSX train crashed into a charter bus and killed four people. Rebekah also provided breaking news reports when an SUV crashed into a group of students during a Mardi Gras parade.
Rebekah has covered natural disasters such as devastating tornadoes in Hattiesburg and the indirect effects of hurricanes on the Gulf Coast. She has been a key reporter in covering the allotment of BP oil spill settlement funding following the Deepwater Horizon disaster of 2010.
While in Mobile, Rebekah has become an avid volunteer and ambassador for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. She frequently emcee's events for St. Jude on the Gulf Coast and raises awareness for childhood cancer.
Rebekah has experience from seven different print and broadcasting newsrooms.