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

53-year-old Hollywood police officer dies

The officer's wife told WAAY 31 he died in his sleep after dealing with several health issues.

Bill to reduce marijuana possession penalties passes AL senate committee

The American Civil Liberties Union reports a bill passed Wednesday.

Athens police chief answers questions about race relations in community forum

Several of the questions focused on race relations.

Guntersville City Council approves one cent sales tax increase

Guntersville City Schools Superintendent Brett Stanton said he's thankful for the district's share of the sales tax increase but that it won't be enough to fund a new high school.

Damage reported after tornado hits Colbert County

There were damage reports from the Aycock, Spring Valley, and Crooked Oak communities.

Huntsville City Council approves Cavalry Hill lease agreement with Huntsville City Schools

The district's alternative school program will be housed in the Cavalry Hill building next school year.

Video: Arrested parent, students give details on Athens High School brawl

One student told WAAY 31 she was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with a minor concussion after she was knocked unconscious during the fight.

Fight against opioid crisis trending in the right direction in Madison County

On Tuesday, there was an opioid forum at Bob Jones High School.

Courtland home invasion led to deadly shooting

Courtland Police Chief Steven Terry requested the Alabama State Bureau of Investigation assist in the investigation.

Madison County emergency response crews prepared for bad weather

Different departments have crews on standby and equipment that's ready to use if needed.

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