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.
The first Huntsville City Council meeting post the murder conviction of a Huntsville Police Officer who killed a suicidal man sparked difficult conversations. This was the driving force behind a unanimous vote to support the construction of a new crisis diversion center.
In the Tennessee Valley, new residential and commercial construction is exploding. They can’t build homes fast enough, and there aren’t enough skilled workers to go around. However, there is one local business creating its own pipeline to fill that gap.
HEMSI is launching an EMS Academy this spring, and it has a few perks too. After a 10 week course, the HEMSI trained students will be able to sit for the National Registry to become a licensed EMT in the State of Alabama.
The school year is coming to an end and it’s now time for parents to start making decisions for next year. Families across the country have been forced to adapt to the ways of online learning due to the pandemic, but some parents and students have found they prefer virtual learning.
Christy Ferguson has served as the Head Softball coach of Hartselle High School for more than twenty years. Bringing the school multiple state championships. Last week she was told to step down as the head coach by school administrators.
After three unbearable days for one Florence Family, a sigh of relief as the 13-year-old girl returned home after disappearing.“We all had a whole in our hearts looking for her and it’s full tonight. She’s back. She’s home,” says grandmother Darlene.