Alexis Scott

Alexis is a news reporter for WAAY 31

Title: Reporter

Alexis is from Atlanta, Georgia, but moved to Jackson, Mississippi to pursue a degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Speech Communications. After earning her undergraduate degree, Alexis moved north to Syracuse, New York. She graduated from the Newhouse School of Public Communications with a master’s degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism. While in Syracuse, she worked as a student reporter and interned at WSYR Channel 9.
Alexis says her most memorable experience was interning for a group of stations as a Washington D.C. News Correspondent. She had the chance to cover pressing issues including youth homelessness and the surge of women in politics.
As a self-proclaimed “foodie”, Alexis enjoys exploring the Huntsville restaurant scene with her family and friends.

Recent Posts by Alexis Scott

Mistrial for former Limestone County Sheriff, Mike Blakely, up in the air

All due to one juror who claims she didn't mean to convict Blakely.

Alabama Nursing Home Association says facilities doing OK with COVID vaccinations; eyeing surge

ANHA says no change to visitation policies right now.

Lincoln County family excited to return to in-person learning this fall

Lincoln County Schools will be recommending the use of masks in schools and buses, but not requiring them.

North Alabama mayors who got coronavirus encourage others to get vaccinated like they did

Florence and Decatur Mayors say after they contracted COVID and got vaccinated, they want you to join in the fight to beat the pandemic.

Season pass holders at Point Mallard Park upset over shift in schedule

The park says they're moving to weekend-only operations due to staffing issues.

Huntsville pharmacy sees spike in people getting vaccinated, but not enough to stop pandemic

Sparkman Pharmacy has Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines available.

Private school thinks Huntsville mask requirement is behind spike in calls about enrollment

Some of these calls are fueled by parents not happy with public schools' masking options for this year.

Madison County restaurants say they know customers will help them survive any new Covid difficulties

Governor Kay Ivey is not looking to do another shutdown, but needs more Alabamians to get vaccinated.

Bystanders help save a woman from possibly drowning at Talucah Beach

The woman is at Huntsville Hospital being treated.

Hazy skies over Huntsville due to western wildfires

The wildfires have been burning for the last 3 weeks.

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