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

Results released for Huntsville public transit study

The study showed people want Saturday shuttle service and extended weekday hours.

Marshall Space Flight Center employee hopeful government will stay open past deadline

The majority of Marshall Space Flight Center employees would be impacted by another government shutdown.

Sen. Richard Shelby hopeful government will stay open past Friday night deadline

Right now the big question is whether President Trump will sign off on the deal.

RV hit teen along Hwy 31's roadside fishing spot

WAAY 31 talked to people who said they're going to think twice before going fishing on the causeway.

Madison County man sues Huntsville clinic after girlfriend gets abortion

Ryan Magers told WAAY 31 he wants to give would-be fathers a voice in the abortion conversation.

Singing River Trail gets positive community feedback

The seventy-mile trail will connect Huntsville, Madison, Decatur and Athens.

Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce board elects new chair

Kim Lewis told WAAY 31 she's passionate about building up the city's workforce.

Cable company leaves dangerous debris in Huntsville neighborhood, no immediate solution from city

A city council member told WAAY 31 the city is working to find new ways to hold cable companies accountable.

Another new hotel coming to Town Madison

The City of Madison confirmed a Hilton Garden Inn is coming to the development.

Law enforcement warns against driving during overnight winter weather

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is offering advice to drivers who aren't able to stay off of the possibly icy roads.

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