Madison Scarpino

Madison Scarpino

Reporter

Huntsville, AL

Madison Scarpino joined the WAFF 48 News Team in November of 2020. She has lived all over the country due to her father’s Navy career, but considers Florida her home.

Madison earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in Cinema and Film Production. Throughout college, Madison worked as an Anchor, Reporter, and Entertainment Host for the school’s news station and was an Emcee for Ole Miss Athletics. She has won various Regional and National awards for her work.

Madison gained further knowledge of reporting through her internships at Young Hollywood in Los Angeles and WGNO in New Orleans. She also worked as a Production Runner for a special segment of MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

Madison’s love for reporting is rooted in her curiosity about the world, learning something new everyday, and meeting new people. She is truly passionate about her career and excited to explore the Tennessee Valley and tell the stories that matter most to the community.

Outside of work, Madison loves to cook, practice hot yoga, try out new restaurants, eat delicious food, and watch reality TV.

You can watch Madison on the morning show Monday through Friday! If you have a story idea, reach out to Madison via email or social media.


Recent Articles by Madison

  Local doctor reacts to CDC loosening up masking guidelines

  FBI violent crime task force plays major role in Morgan County investigations

  Decatur-Morgan Hospital launches new mobile medical unit

  Morgan County Sheriff’s Office holds annual firearm qualifications

  Stations across North Alabama still tapped out of fuel; leaving people concerned for their jobs

  EXCLUSIVE: Decatur death investigation continues as the victim’s family speaks out

  New Athens Elementary School construction set to begin soon

  Limestone Sheriff’s Rodeo holds “Kickin’ into Rodeo Week”

  Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce President announces retirement after 30 years on the job

  Friends of Huntsville woman accused of faking cancer say she’s still manipulating people from jail

  More clean energy could be coming to Limestone County

  Decatur Housing Authority hires new executive director following years of discrimination claims

  Decatur City, Morgan County employees strive to keep residents safe during severe weather

  Morgan County deputies patrol common flooded areas amid severe weather

  New 3M report raises concerns of air contamination at Decatur Aquadome

  Athens residents concerned about traffic flow amid hundreds of houses coming to Lindsay Lane

  Morgan County is among many areas experiencing truck driver shortage

  EXCLUSIVE: Grandmother of Elkmont teen accused of killing entire family speaks out

  Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County prevailing after pandemic

  The Morgan County Jail will now have body cameras for corrections officers

  Athens man in the running for Mo Brooks’ Congress seat

  Athens City Council voting on adding hundred of new homes to the community

  Multiple organizations host “The Struggle Continues” protest in downtown Huntsville

  Two surplus properties in Decatur may no longer be the city’s responsibility

  Morgan County Sheriff explains dangers of job after inmate attacks correction officer

  UPDATE: Sheriff’s Office says Morgan County Corrections Officer was injured by inmate accused of killing Alabama A&M student

  Hartselle community rallies behind former softball coach, Coach Ferguson

  Huntsville woman who faked cancer diagnosis may have stolen over $10,000 from church

  Limestone County walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens Monday

  “She played the part, she played everyone,” says one man victimized by Huntsville woman faking cancer for donations