McKinley Strother

McKinley Strother

Reporter

McKinley Strother joins the WAFF 48 News team quickly transitioning from behind the camera to an on-air reporter. His passion is storytelling—something that has brought him all the way to the Valley.

In 2016, McKinley graduated from Elizabeth City State University (#HBCUPride) in North Carolina. The year prior, he started working as a producer at WTKR-News 3 in Norfolk, Virginia. The best part of his experience was being able to tell the stories of his hometown. Right now, McKinley is most excited to go from behind the computer to out in the community.

McKinley is a self-proclaimed foodie. If you have any suggestions on the best restaurants let him know!! Or the best hot yoga studios—a second love of his.

McKinley made the 15-hour drive from Virginia to Alabama in October 2017 and is excited to call the Tennessee Valley his new home.


Recent Articles by McKinley

  #9PMRoutine: Nightly social media initiative to curb car break-ins

  License plate tag fee coming for Marshall County drivers, paying for county school SROs

  Slow state background checks leave hundreds of vacancies in Huntsville schools

  Council gives Scottsboro schools $30K for SRO program; fundraising pays for another

  Huntsville man gears up for 6th tour across America mowing lawns

  ’We’re upset. We’re confused’: Family demands answers in Huntsville teen’s murder more than a year ago

  Decatur mayor: More jobs than applicants leading to some department shortages

  Police: Scottsboro teen lied about shooting friend in the face

  Huntsville company providing services to autistic adults opens door to new office

  Alabama NAACP celebrates 54 years of Voter Rights Act

  Scottsboro school superintendent pushing for more SROs on campuses

  Teacher vacancies, new school tops agenda for Lincoln County school leaders

  First Fridays breathing new life into historic downtown Fayetteville square

  'She was a sister’: Family, friends remember Clements student killed in ATV wreck

  ’We are going to be homeless’: Concerns raised over Huntsville apartment complex eviction notices

  ’Honestly, I feel like my son was executed’: Scottsboro mom pushing for more answers in son’s death

  ’We operate on the honor system’: Money to keep up Rainsville blueberry farm stolen

  School board reaches settlement in Lee High School gender discrimination lawsuit

  Residents get move out date ahead of Huntsville public housing complex demolition

Morgan County Commission approves additional SROs for county school system

  ‘Supplies are on us’: Fort Payne City Council pays for all city school supplies

  Scottsboro police working to increase department recruiting

  ’Wells eventually run dry’: Fears raised over water quality with incoming Lincoln County chicken houses

  Guntersville City Council adopts ordinance that limits commercial animal sales

  ‘Cookie crook’ hits Tenn. church, leaves behind trail of crumbs and all expensive valuables

  ’If it saves one pet, it’s worth it’: First responders using new oxygen masks for animals

  Marshall County Commission considering license fee increase to fund school SROs

  More pre-K classrooms added to Marshall County schools starting next year

  Dozens of disabled workers face layoffs after Huntsville flag manufacturer’s federal contract ends

  Huntsville City Council approves land purchase for Alabama School of Cyber Technology & Engineering