Nolan Crane

Nolan Crane

Anchor/Reporter

Nolan Crane is the weekend evening anchor and reporter for WAFF 48 News.

He came to Huntsville after being the morning and midday anchor in Lincoln, NE for more than four years.

Nolan is no stranger to the South, he started his journalism career in Louisiana where he anchored and reported for KALB in Alexandria, LA and worked as the early morning live reporter at KNOE in Monroe, LA.

Nolan took his first step toward living his dreams as a reporter when he enrolled at Brigham Young University and double majored with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.

He grew up in Oakland, CA., where he played sports and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He lived in Thailand for two years and can speak the language fluently.

In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife, playing sports, and traveling.

If you have any fun vacation spots here in the Tennessee Valley you think he should visit let him know.


Recent Articles by Nolan

Madison County Confederate monument vandalized

  Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries reacts to Dixie the deer shooting

  U.S. Space & Rocket Center launches ‘Save Space Camp’ Campaign

  Decatur police address video of officers punching man

ALEA to enforce safety at Lake Guntersville during Memorial Day weekend

Alabama bill would prevent public from seeing police body camera video

Coronavirus concerns as cargo flights from China to Huntsville begin

  Court hearing reveals more details in Huntsville police officer’s murder

  Teen recovering after stranger’s 911 call about submerged car led to his rescue

  Ala. teen killed father, critically injured brother after being told to clean room, family says

  Scottsboro man selling ‘Bear’ Bryant’s former car

  DNA testing unites AL woman with father 48 years after her birth

  Hundreds honor WWII veteran to be buried at home in Limestone County

  Members of Oakwood University’s Aeolians lose luggage, belongings in fiery San Francisco crash

Morgan County leaders give more than $1 million to the wrong people

  AL Attorney General Steve Marshall shines a light on suicide prevention