Caroline Klapp

Caroline Klapp

Reporter

Caroline joined the WAFF 48 News team in November 2019 as a reporter and multimedia journalist. She grew up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, so she’s not a stranger to the south.

Caroline graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in journalism in December 2016. In school she worked for her student newscast, and interned for the Ryan Seacrest Foundation in Dallas.

After graduation she moved to northern Michigan to work for 9&10 News, a CBS affiliate. Caroline worked there as a web producer for two years and was promoted to the weekend reporter. After about three years at 9&10 News she moved to Huntsville in 2019.

She says her favorite part of reporting is getting to meet new people and tell their stories. And she’s excited for a break from the snow she had in Michigan.

When she’s not at work, Caroline loves to practice yoga, run, watch movies, swim and bake!

You can catch Caroline on the morning show Monday through Friday.

If you have a story idea, or just want to say hi, you can send her an email at cklapp@waff.com


Recent Articles by Caroline

‘Trump’ painted on Morgan Co. woman’s car after putting out Democrat campaign signs

Huntsville native creates ‘Kollide’ to help with virtual education

Madison Co. health dept: Many complaints of restaurant employees wearing masks wrong

Madison officer shares positive message after 4-year-old has nightmare about police

Huntsville police chief spends hours explaining response to protests

Pastor, community leaders say there was no need for rubber bullets at protest

Mother reunited with son after going missing at Walls of Jericho

Court records show wanted Morgan Co. man had violent past with former wife

  Rock and roll legend Little Richard remembered, laid to rest Wednesday in Huntsville

Decatur nurse: “called by God” to help with COVID-19 crisis in New York

Cove Church pastor responds to other churches holding in person services

Local plumber says flushable wipes aren’t flushable

Tips on monitoring your child’s screen time during COVID-19 outbreak

Women in Manufacturing now has chapter in Alabama

Kittens who survived chemical dumping in Athens are healthy, happy

Congressman Bradley Byrne pushing for Space Force base to be built in Huntsville

Ala. works to keep chronic wasting disease out of the state as numbers rise in Tenn.