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.
Students are recording themselves stealing or damaging school property in an attempt to go viral on TikTok.
Residents in Madison express their safety concerns over the detour traffic from the new roundabout construction at the intersection of Balch and Gillespie Rd.
The Morgan County School System did not reinstate its mask mandate.
Memorial ceremonies were held across Madison County to remember the lives lost on 9/11.
WAAY 31 spoke with state leaders from both political parties.
Roger Rich was allegedly caught stealing a catalytic converter by a Sargent with the Marshall County Sheriff's Office
The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind opened a North Campus in Decatur. It will allow more people to receive beneficial services.
A spokeswoman for the city told WAAY 31 they are going to continue looking into what caused the trench to collapse, but as of Friday evening, they had not shared any new details on the cause of the collapse.
Joshua McLaughlin appointed to be the new Limestone County Sheriff
People are making their way to North Alabama to evacuate from Hurricane Ida