Stephen McLamb

Stephen McLamb

Sand Mountain Reporter

Stephen's interest in news came from watching the day by day coverage of the first Gulf War. That's when he began his pursuit into the news business.

Stephen spent nearly five years at WVLT in Knoxville, Tennessee but before that spent nearly a decade of covering news for WAKA in Selma, near his hometown of Demopolis. It was that town with such a rich history of Civil Rights and Civil War history that he honed his skills as a broadcast journalist meeting and covering state and national newsmakers.

Stephen spent his earlier school years attending Auburn University before graduating from the University of West Alabama, so he pulls for both Tigers.

Getting the call to come to the Huntsville area was welcome news, not only for a great career opportunity, but a chance to get closer to home.

On his off time, you better have a boat if you want to find him because that's where he'll be.

Recent Articles by Stephen

  Suit claims Marshall County attorney mishandled money again

  Legal Services of Alabama still working to expand to rural north Alabama counties

  Guntersville golfer nails 11th hole-in-one

  Albertville looking to outsource mowing responsibilities of Highway 431 corridor to private contractor

  Board being formed to determine fate of Paint Rock School

  Bassmasters brings high school Southern Open tournament to Lake Guntersville

  Home prices in Marshall County up 12 percent above last year

  Northeast Alabama sees increase in wildfires

  Repairs to the Marshall County Jail underway

  Marshall County 911 adding towers for better coverage

  DeKalb County woman cited for sewing recording device to child’s clothing for ex’s visitation weekend

  Probate judge plans review of polling locations for ADA compliance in Marshall County

  Police officers arrive in Guntersville for school resource officer training

  Arab city employee killed by suspected drunk driver

  Civil War re-enactment battle begins Saturday in Bridgeport

  Some Jackson County cities opposing bill that removes police jurisdictions

  Vehicle swept away by floodwaters recovered at Buck’s Pocket State Park

  2 juveniles charged as adults after home invasion in Albertville

  Marshall County woman’s family still looking for justice 5 years after her murder

  Marshall County men hunting in New Zealand got caught up in terrorist attack

  AL legislator wants drug testing for SNAP recipients

  DeKalb County judge sends 11-year-old girl’s murder case to grand jury as new details emerge

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office investigates boating fatality

  River cruises coming to Lake Guntersville in April

  Senior class at Geraldine pays tribute to fellow student who recently died

  Rain hampering city projects in Marshall County

Albertville completing 5-year downtown redevelopment project

  Marshall County Sheriff’s Office receives funding for security concerns

  Work finally begins on Aldridge Gap Road more than 3 years after Christmas Day flood

  Health concerns of co-defendant prompt testimony in Marshall County capital murder case