Stefante Randall

Stefante Randall

WAFF Reporter

Stefanté Randall joined the WAFF 48 News team in November of 2019 as a reporter.

Stefanté was born and raised in Palmetto, Florida and graduated from the University of South Florida, where she earned her bachelor’s in communications (Go Bulls!) and her certification in broadcast news from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Tampa.

While at USF, Stefanté interned in the USF Athletics and Marketing Department and WTSP 10.

Before moving to Alabama, Stefanté was a multimedia journalist for our sister station KTRE 9 News in Lufkin, TX. While in Lufkin, she covered life changing events, including the devastating tornadoes in Alto and shined a light on issues in the community.

Prior to that, she reported at KIMT News 3 in Mason City, Iowa where she edited, produced, anchored and chased snowstorms and floods.

Stefanté is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

She loves being involved in the community, shopping, trying out new restaurants and spending time with loved ones.

She is excited to call the Tennessee Valley her new home and to report on the stories that matter most.

To send her stories ideas, email her at

Recent Articles by Stefante

  DeKalb County Schools make preparations to reopen schools

  Fort Payne City Schools receive new electric school buses

  DeKalb County Schools superintendent warns parents about phone scam

  Fort Payne officials make COVID-19 preparations for municipal voting

  Highland Medical Centers provide training to schools to prevent COVID-19

  Staff, students at Jackson County tech school create 3D face shields

  Jackson County Schools make preparations to start school on Aug. 7

Woman captured following manhunt, attempted assault on Jackson County deputy

  Authorities searching for woman in drug investigation, attempted assault on deputy

  Family of woman killed in Ardmore creates domestic violence foundation to honor victims

  Sand Mountain Park and Amphitheater takes over Albertville Farmer’s Market

  Marshall County Council on Aging hand out over 500 food boxes to families

  Marshall County officials discuss latest COVID-19 issues

  Boaz football team helps out teammate with bike donation

  Madison moms create ‘Safer-at-Home Schooling’ support group

  Marshall County medical centers see steady COVID-19 cases

  Annual fundraiser underway to help feed Jackson County students

  Marshall County government employees, deputies, to receive raise

  Huntsville Police investigate deadly shooting on Jordan Lane

  Sonnie Hereford IV remembers John Lewis and his life as a Civil Rights leader

  Marshall County Schools announce reopening plans, new technology devices

  Progress continues on US 231 bridges

  Albertville restaurant asks customers to be kind and wear masks

  Arab City Schools announce reopening plans; face masks required

  Jackson County school superintendent discusses internet challenges in rural areas

  Jackson County Fair to open during pandemic to help local veterans

  Local organization hosts family read-in for social justice and equality

  Local residents respond to Gov. Ivey’s statewide mask order

  15th annual sales tax holiday weekend to support small businesses, save money

  District 3 commissioners for Jackson and Marshall counties discuss future plans