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.

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Recent Articles by Stefante

  DeKalb County Toys for Tots application deadline ending soon

  Despite COVID-19, business is booming in DeKalb County

  Section Sports Complex now ADA accessible thanks to new grant

  Marshall County election officials make preparations for election day

  Community members, pastors, ask Albertville city council to remove Confederate monument

  USDA provides grants for broadband service in rural communities

Scottsboro High School cancels final football game of season due to COVID-19

  Family, organizers host concert and protests for Dana Fletcher anniversary

  A group in Albertville shines a light on Domestic Violence Awareness

  Marshall County School Districts monitor COVID-19 cases

  Guntersville deemed part of the Tennessee RiverTown Program

  Two local pastors, activist group ask Albertville City leaders to remove confederate monument and flag

  National Prescription Drug Take Back Day in Marshall County

The Scottsboro Boys Museum seeking donations for renovation project

  Marshall County election officials encourage everyone to register to vote on last day

  Raising money for Mammography Assistance Program; Pink Pumpkin Run goes virtual

  Dekalb County labeled very high risk for COVID-19

  Albertville High School free clothing event for students

Jackson County deputies seek kidnapping suspect

  TVA officials remove invasive Salvinia fern from Lake Guntersville

  Last day to complete census forms, Dekalb County leaders express concern

  Marshall County Christmas Coalition in need of more sponsors

  Say Their Names Alabama holds sit-in at Marshall County courthouse; call for confederate monument removal

  Jackson County at high risk for COVID-19; A message from Highlands Medical Center

  United Givers Fund of Jackson County kicks off campaign

  City council approves pay raise for Scottsboro Fire and Police Departments

  Arab soccer program fundraises for the school, community, the world

  Brindlee Mountain Primary School to be repurposed for community buildings

  Sand Mountain Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch add additional safety measures for guests

  Dekalb County city leaders encourage residents to fill out Census