Stephanie joined the WHNT News 19 family in 2016 as a Producer.
Stephanie has produced every newscast WHNT News 19 has to offer, as well as helping in election day coverage, specials and all digital platforms.
Producing comes naturally to her creative mindset.

Stephanie graduated from The University of North Florida where she studied Journalism and Criminal Justice. She started her career in production at KTUU Channel 2 News in Anchorage, Alaska.
While working at KTUU Alaska’s Newsource Stephanie helped her team produce an Emmy Award Winning newscast for The Morning Edition.

Aside from her work life Stephanie’s true passion is being a mom. She has two little boys that keep her very busy. Her husband and her enjoy watching football, being outside with her boys and trying new restaurants. Stephanie loves red wine and any type of Asian food.

Stephanie LOVES reality TV and gossip magazines and is always up to date with what’s happening in Hollywood. Her all time favorite movies include The Other Sister and Pearl Harbor but tends to get wrapped up in trending shows on Netflix and HULU.

Recent Articles
  • Family escapes house fire on Monte Sano

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The American Red Cross is helping a Huntsville family after their Monte Sano home caught fire. The fire started in the chimney and quickly spread to the attic. The family, including a child, all got out of the house safely. One firefighter was treated on the scene after slipping on ice. There is no word on what exactly started the fire.

  • Police investigate deadly wreck on Highway 72 West in Limestone County

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. — Huntsville Police are investigating a late night fatal wreck on Highway 72 west near County Line Road. According to police, the driver lost control, drove through a median, crossing over the eastbound lanes and slamming into a utility pole. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation into the wreck is now underway.

  • Couple without a home after late night kitchen fire

    ARDMORE, Ala. –   Fire crews from Ardmore and Oakgrove were called to the scene of a house fire on Whitt Street just east of Highway 251 around 11:30 p.m. Thursday night. When crews arrived they found a kitchen fire with heavy smoke coming from the home. Officials say the home had heavy damage to the kitchen and living room, and smoke damage was apparent throughout the rest of the home. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. No […]

  • Wreck cleared from I-565 off-ramp at Wall Triana southbound exit

    Madison, Ala – An early morning wreck closes an off-ramp from Interstate 565 for almost two hours. According to Madison Police, a driver traveling westbound on I-565 took the Wall Triana southbound exit lost control,  flipping the truck on its side. The driver  was transported to Huntsville Hospital with minor injuries. The off-ramp was closed while crews cleaned up the wreck.

  • Grizzard Road in Huntsville now back open after single-vehicle wreck

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police say a wreck has been cleared from Grizzard Road, leading to the area being back open to traffic. The roadway was blocked from Pulaski Pike to Harver Road for roughly three hours overnight. There were only minor injuries involving the wreck. Crews had the road blocked to replace a utility pole in the area. Investigators say the driver’s speed likely caused the wreck.  

  • To elope or not to elope: that is the question

    The stress of planning and paying for a wedding can be overwhelming.  That’s why more and more couples are ditching the tradition and heading straight to the chapel. An author with is getting a lot of attention about a recent essay she wrote explaining why eloping works for couples these days. Natasha Lavender says the two main reasons she eloped was money and stress and now she wants to share her experience with other brides. The essay has gone viral […]

  • 18 wheeler wreck shuts down one lane on Interstate 65 in Limestone County

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. – Alabama State Troopers are working to clear a late night wreck that shut down one lane on Interstate 65. The driver of an 18 wheeler was traveling south and went off the road flipping the truck on it’s side. The truck was hauling lumber. Alabama State Troopers say the driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to Athen’s Limestone Hospital. Interstate 65 has since reopened.

  • Moose Toys LTD. recalls plastic toy frogs

    (CNN) – Battery chemical leaks are forcing the recall of some plastic toy frogs. Moose Toys LTD. is pulling “Lil Frog” and “Lil Frog Lily Pad” toys from it’s little live pets line. There is a design defect where if the battery cap is removed it can become a projectile and chemicals can leak. The company has received 17 report of battery-related injuries. The recall includes frogs and lily pads sold in pink, blue and green.

  • ‘National Steak and Poultry’ recalls 2 million pounds of ready-to-eat chicken

    The “National Steak and Poultry” company is recalling nearly two million pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products. It’s due to possible under-cooking. The recall includes products produced from August 20th through November 30th and is an expansion of a recall from November 23, 2016 that included 17,439 pounds of the product. A full list of recalled products can be found at There have been no confirmed reports of adverse health effects or illnesses due to consumption of any of the […]

  • Authorities respond to overnight vehicle fire on Interstate 565

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala (WHNT) – Emergency crews rushed to put out a vehicle fire on Interstate 565 in Huntsville near the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Authorities responded around 10:30 p.m. They arrived to find a pickup truck engulfed in flames.  The truck was towing a trailer at the time. Huntsville Police closed off all but one eastbound lane of Interstate 565 between Bob Wallace and Jordan Lane while crews worked to put out the fire. Everyone was able to get […]

  • Everything Must Go! Old Kroger in Madison is Hosting an Auction for Store Equipment

    MADISON, Ala. – The old Kroger on Hughes Rd. in Madison is hosting a live on-site auction on Tuesday, October 18th starting at 10:30 am. The store has been empty since early September when the new larger location opened at Midtown Marketplace on the corner of Browns Ferry Road and Wall Triana Highway.  Highlights from the auction include frozen food doors, refrigerated cases, late-model compressors, shelving, tables, cabinets and other food service equipment. For a full list of items Click […]

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