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 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 at 10 p.m. 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

  Bill to lessen first offense marijuana possession penalty passes Senate committee

  Tianaa pills, said to produce an opioid like addiction, could soon be off Alabama store shelves

  North Alabama man organizes fundraiser to buy iPads for local hospitals

  School districts across Tennessee Valley announce prom plans

  State lawmakers to debate banning over the counter drugs like Tianaa

  Local radio personality to host 8th annual prom dress drive in Huntsville

  Bill would make prescribing puberty blocking drugs to minors a felony

  Many private school parents not aware of allegations against former Limestone Co. school leaders

  Johnson & Johnson vaccine 86% effective; awaiting FDA approval

  Huntsville’s Church Street construction project takes step forward; new lanes open up

  Application for emergency rental assistance opening soon

  Businesses with 20 or fewer employees can claim PPP; Mason Dixon Bakery & Bistro receives loan

  Aniah’s Bill on priority agenda for legislative session; would allow bond denial for violent offenders

  Athens Utilities Linemen see a lot of support after long week tackling outages

  What you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines and mammograms

  Three major sporting events coming to Huntsville, bringing more than $1M to economy

  Hundreds still without power in Limestone County

  Morgan, Limestone counties deal with power outages, down trees

Lauderdale Christian Nursing home couple celebrates 62nd Valentine’s Day together

Madison Public Works crews prepare for slick road conditions

  Oakwood University hoping to be future vaccination site; applying for state grant

  Alabama Policy Institute officer want to see changes to gambling bill

  Handel’s Ice Cream in Huntsville reopening Thursday

  You can now text with 911 dispatchers in Madison County

  First Baptist Church of Huntsville has UV-C lights installed; returning to in-person worship

  State Health Dept. offering grants to help vaccination of minority groups

  Mazda Toyota looking to hire more production team members

  Educators disappointed with 2% cost of living raise proposal by Gov. Ivey

State health dept.: Hundreds of Alabamians who crossed state line to get vaccine denied second dose

  Billy Clardy III Act would leave wiretapping approval for drug investigations up to the state