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Sarah Singleterry

Sarah Singleterry is a reporter for WAAY.

Title: Reporter

Sarah is originally from the Birmingham, Alabama area. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Troy University where she studied broadcast journalism and political science. During her time there she worked as a reporter, anchor, producer, and student news director for TROY TrojanVision News.

In her spare time Sarah likes to exercise, take naps, and spend time with family and friends. She also enjoys a good cup of coffee!

Sarah is excited to serve the Tennessee Valley by doing what she loves!

Recent Posts by Sarah Singleterry

Athens City Schools responds to student's claim he was removed from Christmas parade for wearing makeup

WAAY 31 reached out to the school district for an on-camera interview Monday and they declined, but we still brought you their side of the story.

Some CBD oil may soon be legal in AL

The new CBD oil guidelines are included in the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018.

Athens family raising money to cover adoption costs for local families

The family started the fundraiser after losing their father unexpectedly to cancer.

Athens HS student says he was removed from Christmas parade for wearing makeup

The student said he was unfairly punished by the band director for how he chooses to express himself, but the Athens City School district said the student was removed for being disobedient.

Residents not worried about area flood warnings

The National Weather Service issued flood warnings on Sunday for Flint and Paint Rock rivers.

City council approves $17.9 million Cecil Ashburn contract

Low bidder Carcel & G Construction won the Cecil Ashburn project.

Madison Co. police help with Christmas Prayers with a Cop

More than 30 kids from families in need were at the event.

WAAY 31 I-Team Investigation: Unknown Consequences of Sexting

Right now your child could be doing something that could make them a sex offender for life, and they don't even know it.

Limestone Co. man hit and killed by car while checking his mail

Investigators have released the name of a man hit and killed while checking his mail Tuesday night in Limestone County.

Former HIV clinic now offering primary healthcare

Thrive Alabama is expanding its services to take care of all patients, not just those who are HIV positive.

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