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Alexis Scott

Alexis is a news reporter for WAAY 31

Title: Reporter

I am excited to be joining the WAAY 31 News Team, I’m open to all concerns and voices of those in Huntsville and surrounding areas.

I am originally from Atlanta, GA but received my Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Speech Communications from Jackson, Mississippi. I then moved to Syracuse, New York where I received my Masters in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications from the Newhouse School. While there, I had the opportunity to be a student reporter for NCC News Online and intern with WSYR News Channel 9.

My most memorable experience is interning with the news stations: WCMH, WDTN and WKBN as their Washington D.C News Correspondent for 6 weeks. I had the chance to cover pressing issues such as youth homelessness and the surge of women in politics this year.

I enjoy going out in my spare time to explore what the city has to offer, spending time with friends and family and I'm a "foodie"!

I am ready to be a vessel for those in the Tennessee Valley and I look forward to being the best reporter I can be for you.

Recent Posts by Alexis Scott

People in North Alabama describe where they were when men landed on the moon

We asked people where they were when Apollo landed on the moon.

Events in downtown Huntsville caused parking issues for anime convention organizers

The organizer for Hamacon, a.k.a. the Huntsville & Madison Anime Convention, said she fought for event parking after not having any.

Small Huntsville firm helped make history for the Saturn V

BAE Systems, then Sander's Associates, made the first computerized pre-check system for the Saturn V.

Madison residents hope for more community involvement from police

After a neighborhood park got cleaned up by Madison police, people in the area hope the involvement will continue in other areas around the city.

Decatur flash flood leaves apartment parking lot flooded

The water was so high, it got inside some people's windows.

Huntsville church pays homage to founding members who helped with Apollo 11 mission

Members of Saint Mark's and All Saints Lutheran churches participated in the U.S. Space and Rocket Center's global rocket launch.

Exhibit featuring Snoopy and NASA on display in Downtown Huntsville

At the Huntsville-Madison County Public library, you can learn how Snoopy paved the way for the Apollo 11 mission in 1969.

Redline Steel in Tanner gets complaint of accused workplace hazards

A former employee told WAAY 31 of the accused hazards.

Madison Fire and Rescue wants public input to make community safer

A pilot program will help fire departments understand what safety measures the community thinks they need to look into.

Alabama's second universal playground coming to Huntsville

In about a year or so, it will be built at the new recreation center on Taylor Road in Hampton Cove.

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