Levi Harvey

Levi Harvey

Reporter

Levi Harvey joined the WAFF news team as the Shoals reporter in March 2018.

He comes to us all the way from California. The Bay Area Native graduated from Sacramento State University with a B.A. in Communications.

Prior to landing this job, Levi worked as a Community Reporter for a public access station, a producer assistant for KTVU-TV and interned for FOX 40 in Sacramento.

Levi is excited to be in the Tennessee Valley and tell the stories that matter to you. You can reach him on Facebook or Twitter if you have a story idea or just want to say “HI”!

When he’s not working, you can find Levi at a concert or show. He loves spending time with family and friends, live music and travel.


Recent Articles by Levi

  Lack of rainfall, extreme heat starting to affect farmers across the Valley

  Florence is reaping the benefits of some big tourism dollars

  Shoals school administrators put the doors back on bathroom stalls amid vaping battle

  Former UNA football player avoids murder trial by pleading guilty to manslaughter

  Sheffield residents concerned about the air following chemical spill

  North Alabama school removes bathroom stall doors to combat vaping

  Drinking hours expanded in Florence’s entertainment district

  Tuscumbia officer on leave following viral video

  Recent measles outbreaks force state health department to reconsider plans to counter the disease

  Sheffield hopes to get grant to help clean up streets

  Tuscumbia officer on leave after viral video

  Tennessee Valley pastors trying to prevent hate

  Keeping young athletes safe in the heat

  School years starts smoothly at Muscle Shoals High

  Blood donations needed to help our neighbors in Texas and Ohio

  Florence police arrest alleged wedding crasher thief

  Florence preschoolers will start their education at newly renovated W.C. Handy School

  School leaders want to make sure parents are prepared before the new year starts

  Homebuilders helping make home safe for Florence child battling rare blood disorder

  Utility pole damages several Muscle Shoals police cars

  Rape investigation underway at University of North Alabama

North Alabama Housing is Market Booming

The Colbert County Animal Shelter is in a budget crisis

Waterloo Market set to open 7 months after grease fire

  Sheffield woman says sewage backed up into her home during February floods

  Lauderdale County detectives hit dead end in missing person investigation

  Florence City Council approves gay pride street drawings

  Superhero Chefs Restaurant in Tuscumbia Announces Grand Opening

  Nationwide shortage of volunteer firefighters willing to serve

  Tuscumbia arson victim’s family speaks about house fire allegedly set by ex-fiancee