Sierra Phillips

Sierra Phillips is a reporter for WAAY.

Title: Reporter

I decided I wanted to be a reporter early on in my high school career. After shadowing an investigative reporter at a local station in Nashville I was hooked on news and how it could make an impact on people's lives.

I'm originally from Nashville, Tennessee and studied Broadcast Journalism and Political Science at Penn State. I love Penn State so much my dog is named Penny. "We are!" During college I had local news internships with FOX17 Nashville and NBC Washington. I also was a producer/reporter/anchor for the Penn State newscast Centre County Report.

I am so excited to tell the stories of people here in the Huntsville area and learn from my colleagues here at WAAY31!

Recent Posts by Sierra Phillips

One person sent to the hospital after wreck in Huntsville

It happened near the intersection of Hobbs Island road and Bill Matthews Road and people who live along the road tell WAAY31 they're worried about their own safety.

Measles cases reported in Tennessee and Georgia

Over 500 measles cases were confirmed across the united states so far this year and now the highly contagious disease has been confirmed in Tennessee and Georgia.

A new entertainment district could be headed to Fort Payne

The development would be located off the Little River Canyon National Preserve. Officials say it would mean big business for the county.

Jackson County agencies preparing for worst-case scenario emergencies

Jackson County agencies are working to improve their response time when disaster hits.

Marshall County families brace for potential storms

As we look ahead to Thursday night's potential storms, some Marshall County families are still picking up the pieces from a tornado that tore through Albertville last week.

Bill would require Alabama public schools to conduct Pledge of Allegiance

This new bill would make the pledge a requirement, every school day, for every public school district.

Marshall County experiencing emergency weather radio shortage

If you do end up getting a brand new weather radio, emergency management officials in Marshall County say they'll help you program it for free.

Franklin County family works to clean up tornado damage

People across the Tennessee Valley are working to clean up damage from this weekend's storms.

Storm shelter volunteers gear up for weekend storms

Shelters across the Valley are gearing up for potential weekend storms.

One woman injured in south Huntsville apartment fire

Crews are working to put out a fire on Highridge Drive.

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