She joined 11 Alive last year as a traffic reporter. Her contract is up in February.
Duncan was arrested April 28 after a Hawks playoff game on charges of DUI and reckless driving. She blew a .099 on a breathalyzer test administered by the cop, above the .08 state legal limit. She apologized on air at 11 Alive a few days later.
Over the years, she has continued to work as a Hawks sideline reporter. She has also contributed to the Atlanta Falcons radio network pre- and postgame shows and as a sideline reporter for SEC and ACC football games on Comcast Sports South.
"That's always been a dream of hers to focus on sports," said Rashan Ali, a former colleague at V-103 and 11 Alive, where she began hosting the new 12:30 p.m version of "Atlanta and Company" in October.
"That's a big-time market," said Ryan Stewart, who hired her for the Stews a decade ago. "It sounds like she'll have more responsibilities and she'll be surrounded by championship teams all around the board. That's pretty exciting."
Here are past stories I've written about her: