Kailey Schuyler joined the WAFF 48 News team in January of 2021 as a Morning Reporter. She grew up in Spring Hill, TN, but is excited to call Huntsville her new home.
Kailey earned her bachelor's degree from Lipscomb University in Journalism and New Media. While at Lipscomb, she was a scholarship cross country and track athlete.
Her passion for journalism stems from sports. She was Lipscomb's first-ever sideline reporter and split her time sidelining there and at Belmont University. The best moment of her college career was working as the color commentator for the Lipscomb vs. Texas NIT Championship in Madison Square Garden.
She found her passion for news while interning at WSMV News 4 in Nashville. She enjoys covering stories that elicit change.
In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, taking her dog on walks, and spending time with friends and family.
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Governor Kay Ivey’s “Safer at Home” order is due to expire in a few days, and many people are debating if it should be extended. Dr. Karen Landers with ADPH says that while we do have a decline in overall cases in the state of Alabama, the number they’re focusing on is the percentage of positive te
The new Madison County Service Center will be open for business starting Monday, March 1. The center is now home to several departments including the Tax Assessor, Tax Collector, License Director, Probate Judge, and Sales Tax and Voter Office.
The U.S. could soon have three vaccines at its disposal. An FDA panel is set to review the Johnson and Johnson vaccine today. This Johnson and Johnson vaccine could be a real game-changer. The reason this vaccine is being viewed with such hope is that it only requires 1 dose.
The winter weather has left many places giving out the COVID-19 vaccine playing catch up. Walmart and Sam’s Club just started to give out the vaccine two weeks ago at more than 1-thousand locations around the country.
Several schools around North Alabama are either off or running on a delay due to winter weather. Now, parents are worried about another wasted school week during a year when their kids are already so far behind from pandemic issues.
Mason Sisk, the sixteen-year-old who admitted to killing his parents and siblings in the fall of 2019 has a virtual hearing today.His attorneys want him removed from Limestone County Jail and placed in juvenile detention.
Dekalb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Jason Barnett, says it has been upsetting to watch other counties across the state be able to organize big vaccination events for their teachers. Meanwhile, he’s still waiting for word on what to do.
The second impeachment trial of Former President Donald Trump will begin in the US Senate today. He is facing a charge of “incitement of insurrection” after the events that took place at the US Capitol last month.
Starting today, the Huntsville Police Department is kicking off their partnership with RippleWorx.The partnership is really focusing on the wellness and resiliency of the Huntsville Police Department from day-to-day.
Deputy Superintendent in Morgan County, Lee Willis says he believes public education is the strength of our country. It is critical that kids stay on track during the school year, especially our younger students.
Alabama lawmakers are meeting for the first time since COVID-19 prematurely shut them down last spring. That means they have a lot of unfinished business to tackle. After last November, voting rights and election security are a massive priority for both parties.
Alabama’s average unemployment rate for 2020 jumped just over 6 percent. If you were one of the tens of thousands of Alabamians who relied on unemployment assistance, it might impact your upcoming tax refund.
The National Center For Missing and Exploited Children says it’s seen a 98 percent increase in online enticement reports since the pandemic began. NCMEC says predators are openly talking on the darknet about how to use the pandemic to their advantage and entice children for content.