Varion Walton

A Seasoned, Proven Journalist.


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"Information for your Heart and Soul"

After almost 2 decades in the broadcast news industry, Varion Walton is now taking her talents and expertise to a worldwide audience. Don’t worry, this doesn’t mean you won’t be seeing her on the air at 5, 6 & 10. She’s simply using technology to rewrite the rules of T.V. news. Varion is now "on air and on line". This seasoned and trusted journalist has launched her very own website and is now covering more of the celebrity, entertainment and national news you love--24/7!

Top Story

50 Years Of Freedom

From a small town in Alabama, the nation was able to witness the inequality of African-American's during the 1960s. Varion Walton covers the memories, present struggles, and how a Hollywood Motion Picture, "Selma" is shining light on the much needed progress that is still needed.


Political News

"Matters of Faith"

Introducing: 

The Ruffin Family

For years they were North Alabama’s “best kept secret!”  Not anymore!  The word is quickly getting out about this “gifted” mother-daughter trio who are starting to get the attention of such gospel legends as Dorinda Clark-Cole and Donnie McClurkin.  They’re gaining critical acclaim with some industry insiders calling their “tight vocals and anointed lyrics nothing short of angelic.” Vetrea Slack Ruffin and The Ruffin Family, the focus of “Matters of Faith”.

"No Higher Honor"

During her eight years of service in Washintong, Dr. Condoleezza Rice served in two of the highest levels of government, sometimes seeking common ground with some of our most revered enemies around the world!


How did she do it?  Does she have any regrets in the role she and the Bush administration played in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina?  Who does she thinks gets the credit for bringing down "AMERICA'S MOST WANTED" Osama Bin Laden? What about her pick in the upcoming Iron Bowl?  Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is talking and Varion Walton has her story.  "NO HIGHER HONOR", Condoleezza Rice's new memoir of her "years in Washington."