Kailey Schuyler

Kailey Schuyler


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.


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Recent Articles by Kailey

  Huntsville City Council supports construction of new crisis diversion center with unanimous vote

  Tell Their Story: Remembering the Scottsboro Boys at Burritt on the Mountain series

  Training Academy ensures a pipeline of skilled workers for Huntsville businesses

  Some fans waited 2 hours to enter Toyota Field for Trash Panda home opener

  Medical marijuana bill offers hope for some Alabamians

Madison City Schools approves elementary rezoning plan

  Lawmakers still debating medical mariajuana bill, some Alabamians want it passed

  Some COVID long-hauler symptoms are disappearing after the vaccine

  New HEMSI EMS Academy launching in hopes to develop more employees

  How the pandemic changed Huntsville Havoc gameday

  Army Vice Chief of Staff visits Redstone Arsenal to discuss modernization efforts

  Huntsville City Council, Chief McMurray respond to protest report

  Thrive Alabama opening new COVID-19 vaccine clinic

  How new CDC outdoor masking guidance affects those vaccinated, unvaccinated

  Workforce development program training young adults to strengthen community

  Parents may continue with online learning indefinitely

  Huntsville Police Citizens Advisory Council releases full report from 2020 protests

  Huntsville Police Department taking steps to improve performance

  Hartselle community unsatisfied with school board response to softball coach

Florence teen reunited with family after vanishing for three days

Florence parents happy to have kidnapped daughter back alive

  Alabama prosecutors want inmate stimulus checks to go to crime victims

  Morgan County Jail rec yard adds layer of security

  Paralympic gold medalist prepares for first race since COVID

  First year of ACAP testing has parents concerned after pandemic year

  Huntsville woman who got J&J vaccine responds to sudden pause on distribution

  Madison County family gets creative after hail storm damages car

  Local doctor explains why there should not be vaccine hesitancy

  Amateur racing team raises enough money to buy first car

  Alabama House Committee approves medical marijuana bill