Kailey Schuyler

Kailey Schuyler

Reporter

Huntsville, AL

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.

If you have a story idea, feel free to reach out to Kailey through email or social media.

Education:

  • Lipscomb University

Recent Articles by Kailey

  Substance abuse up amid the pandemic

  Should Alabama’s Safer-at-Home Order be extended?

  Continuous effort is made by ADPH to improve vaccine demographics

  What to expect from first shipment of Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Alabama

  New Madison County Service Center open for business

  New tax proposal for Guntersville High School

  FDA considering third vaccine that could speed up Alabamians getting vaccinated

  Playing catch up with COVID-19 vaccine

  High profile bills to be discussed in legislative session

  Shoals health departments continue to seek vaccines

  Students will use virtual days to make up for lost time

  “Dare to Explore: Milestones to Mars” prepares for liftoff at U.S. Space & Rocket Center

  Crews battle overnight fire at Scottsboro restaurant

  Weather, pandemic continue to cause scheduling issues for North Alabama schools

  Sisk seeks move to juvenile facility

  US considers COVID-19 testing requirement for domestic flights

  Dekalb County Schools awaiting COVID-19 vaccine

  How singles navigate a COVID Valentines Day

  Former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial set to begin in US Senate

  COVID-19 vaccination issues arise for nursing homes as eligibility increases

  Huntsville Police Department focusing on optimal performance with partnership

  Morgan County Schools introduce new Literacy Act for students

  School systems prepare for vacinations on Monday

  Local lawmakers discuss election bills

  Madison County resumes full in-person learning

  Collecting full unemployment benefits may affect your tax return

  Charger Motorsports seeks start-up help

  Private schools see increased enrollment due to pandemic

  Spike in online enticement reports amid pandemic

  Local businesses discuss minimum wage proposal