Levi Harvey

Levi Harvey joined the WAFF news team as the Shoals reporter in March 2018. He comes to us all the way from California. The Bay Area Native graduated from Sacramento State University with a B.A. in Communications. Prior to landing this job, Levi worked as a Community Reporter for a public access station, a producer assistant for KTVU-TV and interned for FOX 40 in Sacramento. Levi is excited to be in the Tennessee Valley and tell the stories that matter to you. You can reach him on Facebook or Twitter if you have a story idea or just want to say “HI”! When he’s not working, you can find Levi at a concert or show. He loves spending time with family and friends, live music and travel.

Recent Articles by Levi

  Precautions, warnings surround Wilson Dam during flood watch

Investigation continues into what sparked Tuscumbia shooting that left 2 dead, 1 critical

Belgreen School in Franklin County gets new interactive playground

Workers putting finishing touches on new multimillion dollar Florence Middle School

Russellville High School hosts largest high school blood drive in northwest Alabama

Alabama lawmakers file bill for elective Bible course in public schools

Viral Facebook post had Colbert Heights High School parents concerned

Rising number of people getting the flu in the Shoals

More than 140 employees laid off at FreightCar America

Florence City Council approves 1 percent sales tax increase

Franklin County murder suspect has previous manslaughter conviction

Florence police arrest burglary suspect with neighbor’s help

North Alabama Medical Center looking to hire nurses

Man imprisoned for SC murder sentenced to 20 years for murder of Florence man

Majority of McFarland Park is flooded as water levels rise

Construction on Lauderdale County dormitory for female prisoners is back on track

Lauderdale County school board educating parents on monitoring their kids on the net

Students in Tuscumbia helping feed peers in need

Shoals Salvation Army racing to make $150K goal before Christmas

New cancer center could be making its way to the Shoals