Caroline Klapp

Caroline Klapp


Caroline joined the WAFF 48 News team in November 2019 as a reporter and multimedia journalist. She grew up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, so she’s not a stranger to the south.

Caroline graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in journalism in December 2016. In school she worked for her student newscast, and interned for the Ryan Seacrest Foundation in Dallas.

After graduation she moved to northern Michigan to work for 9&10 News, a CBS affiliate. Caroline worked there as a web producer for two years and was promoted to the weekend reporter. After about three years at 9&10 News she moved to Huntsville in 2019.

She says her favorite part of reporting is getting to meet new people and tell their stories. And she’s excited for a break from the snow she had in Michigan.

When she’s not at work, Caroline loves to practice yoga, run, watch movies, swim and bake!

You can catch Caroline on the morning show Monday through Friday.

If you have a story idea, or just want to say hi, you can send her an email at

Recent Articles by Caroline

  Meet the only known certified police sketch artist in Alabama

  Huntsville Hospital Health System has largest number of COVID patients since start of pandemic

Mazda Toyota to start massive hiring

  Huntsville homeless shelters expect extra busy winter season during pandemic

  Man accused of armed robbery at Tuscumbia gas station identified

  Retired physician part of COVID vaccine trial says it’s worth it

  Employers not required to give doctors, nurses COVID-19 sick pay

Hays Farm selects Goodall homes for south Huntsville development project

  NY Times best selling author Fannie Flagg donating profits to Free 2 Teach

  Tuscumbia gas station robbed at gunpoint, store clerk shoots suspect

  Rex Reynolds drops bill to amend Alabama Memorial Preservation Act after Madison Co. statue moved

  Crisis Services of North Alabama holding virtual turkey trot

  Huntsville Utilities: Holiday season brings spike in scammers

  Attorney General sues Madison County over relocation of Confederate monument

  Health officials recommend having Thanksgiving outside; outdoor heaters selling out

  Board member updates status of Community Urgent Care in Hartselle

  Thank Alabama Teachers Week: Madison Co. teacher has message for fellow educators

Man arrested for Hartselle rape after DNA confirmation

  Colbert, Marshall County school districts going all virtual until 2021

  Veteran owned Redline Steel named fastest growing company in Alabama

  Lexington mayor expects alcohol sales to start Jan. 1

  Huntsville man who competed on Jeopardy in 2004 reflects on meeting Alex Trebek

  Madison County Schools hires first Mental Health Services Coordinator

  Huntsville City, Madison County Schools need more substitute teachers

  CASA of Madison County: Wheelchair ramps cost twice as much due to pandemic

  Huntsville Hospital, Cullman Regional not profiting from COVID-19 patients

  Forty-one residents, 17 staff from Lincoln Co. nursing home are COVID positive

  WellStone to run new mental health crisis center in Huntsville

  New Decatur City Council members sworn in; president chosen

  Congressman Brooks: protesters arrested at Trump rally for trying to set up speakers