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Grace Campbell

Grace joins WAAY 31 as a reporter.

Title: Reporter

Grace’s love for meeting new people and learning about their lives led her to her position at WAAY TV. She says being a reporter allows her to do what she loves while making a difference.

She grew up near Baltimore, Maryland, but traveled south for her education. Grace studied news media at the University of Alabama. While in college, she worked at the local news station, WVUA 23 News in Tuscaloosa. She honed her skills during that time as weekend reporter.

Grace loves living in the Rocket City and during her time off looks for adventures across the Tennessee Valley.

Recent Posts by Grace Campbell

Lawrence County workers could receive an extra $2,000

The Lawrence County Commission is voting on the pay increase Friday.

Stolen 18-wheeler chase ends in Lawrence County; driver faces multiple charges

Police said the driver rammed a patrol vehicle before driving into a field.

Huntsville Hospital infectious disease specialist believes omicron variant is already in Alabama

WAAY 31 spoke with an Infectious Disease Specialist to learn more about the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

‘Home that I can call mine’: New Habitat for Humanity of Madison County homeowner full of gratitude

Habitat for Humanity of Madison County held a home dedication ceremony on Saturday.

North Alabama man making big screen debut in 'Castle Falls'

Former Defensive Back for the Crimson Tide, Eric Gray, is acting in the action movie, "Castle Falls."

Huntsville Hospital boosts employee morale with 'Branches of Joy' Christmas tree decorating

Huntsville Hospital wanted to acknowledge its employees by letting them decorate a Christmas tree.

Woman says delay in getting headstones for loved ones' graves like throwing 'salt onto the wound'

The supply chain issue is causing a delay in the production of gravestones for North Alabama.

Victims' family left waiting for closure after Lawrence County murder trial is postponed again

A father and son were murdered in 2016. The man accused of murdering the two isn't having his capital murder trial until 2022 at the earliest.

Tips to shop safely on Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday is one of the biggest online shopping days each year, WAAY 31 shares tips to safely shop online.

Woman in Tuscumbia is donating a kidney to her dad

Emily Kelley is donating a kidney to her dad on Dec. 1.

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