Jenna Rae

Jenna Rae


Huntsville, AL

Jenna became part of the WAFF 48 News team in July of 2018. She was born and raised up north in the Windy City, but is ready for the warm weather down here in the Tennessee Valley.

Jenna graduated in May of 2018 from the University of Missouri with a dual degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. She spent her time throughout college working as a reporter for the NBC Affiliate station in Columbia, Missouri. This past year, Jenna was the Missouri State Capitol reporter and broke stories regarding previous Missouri Governor Eric Greitens’ affair, alleged blackmail and controversial campaign finance issues.

Political and investigative topics are stories she looks forward to covering. Jenna loves tackling hard news stories as well, and isn’t afraid of a challenge. She loves interacting with the community and sharing stories that truly matter to her viewers.

Jenna never thought she’d find herself so far away from home, but says everyone in Huntsville has made an amazing effort to make this her new home. While she’s not at work, Jenna enjoys working out, movies, E! shows, coffee shops and anything outdoors.

Recent Articles by Jenna

  Huntsville Hospital System continues to see record-high COVID numbers

  4/10 Morgan County residents testing positive for COVID-19

  Hospitalization rates hit ‘critical stage’ as COVID-19 cases increase

  Decatur COVID-19 unit opens at half-capacity

  Decatur-Morgan Hospital sees another record-high in COVID-19 patients

  Decatur detective gets phone call that solves decades old murder

  County school provides COVID-19 safe meals for students

  Caleb Brooks awaits new donor as doctors postpone Friday transplant

All Decatur City Schools transitioning to virtual learning

  Rescue squad gets new underwater drone for searches and recoveries

  EXCLUSIVE: ADOC Commissioner tackles rising COVID cases in Limestone, North Alabama Correctional Facility

East Limestone students transition to virtual learning

  Hundreds of Limestone County students in quarantine, parents and teachers remain concerned

  Officers continue efforts to keep COVID-19 out of Morgan County Jail

  Five Decatur brothers, who all served in Vietnam, live to tell their story

  Local doctor pleads for community’s help to decrease COVID-19 spread and hospitalizations

  Decatur City Schools imposing new guidelines for indoor sports season

  Limestone County teen who confessed to killing family members faces capital murder charges

  Positive COVID-19 test return rates on the rise

  Decatur work-release facility seeing massive COVID-19 outbreak

  Independent county commission candidate upsets Republican incumbent, Limestone County

  Mobile command center used to ensure safe and efficient voting experience in Morgan County

  Two Limestone County Commission seats up for grabs, Tuesday

  Decatur Fire & Rescue crews investigate morning fire near Jay Landings

  Driver says he ran over alligator on Zierdt Road

  Absentee ballot numbers making history in Morgan County

  EXCLUSIVE: Inmate’s mother expresses concerns over COVID-19 outbreak in local prison

  Local agency says the need for foster parents is critical

  Decatur-Morgan Hospital hits new high in COVID-19 patients

  Confederate monument moved from Madison County courthouse grounds