Logan Whaley

Logan Whaley

Multimedia Journalist

Jonesboro, Arkansas

Logan Whaley joins the KAIT 8 news team as a multimedia journalist and reporter.

Logan is a graduate from Union University just up the road in Jackson, Tennessee. There, he anchored ‘West Tennessee This Week,’ a program that aired on Jackson’s local NBC affiliate. In addition, he also provided play-by-play and color commentary for the school’s baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, and volleyball teams, calling key events such as the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament and the Gulf South Conference Tournament.

A native of Mayfield, Kentucky, Logan developed his passion for broadcasting at Graves County High School. At the school’s award-winning broadcasting program, he won three individual Kentucky High School Journalism Association State Championships.

When Logan isn’t working, you can find him watching and supporting pretty much every sport. He loves the Atlanta Braves, Memphis Grizzles, Tennessee Titans, Tennessee Volunteers, and the Murray State Racers.

Logan is excited to be joining the Region 8 News team. You can reach Logan by email at logan.whaley@kait8.com or by following him on Facebook and Twitter.


Recent Articles by Logan

  Randolph County Nursing Home has nearly 50 active COVID cases, leaving families concerned

  Lawrence County furloughs end; county prepares for next steps

  Special election an opportunity for election annex to test COVID safety measures

  Walnut Ridge Public Housing Agency continues to pick up pieces weeks after fire destroyed original building

  Project in Bono to widen College Street; provide sidewalks

  Academy Sports & Outdoors one of many stores preparing for ‘Tax-Free Weekend’ with COVID accommodations

  BRTC expands trade classes to Paragould campus

  Lawrence County; Walnut Ridge experience sales tax revenue growth

  Original sponsor of 95th Amendment bill: amendment shouldn’t allow Day to run for Jonesboro mayor

  Jonesboro Police Department holding a D.A.R.E. fundraiser

  Jonesboro Public Schools to hold special election August 11

  Hoxie School District to provide school supplies; free meals for all students

  Ridgefield Christian School, new head of school, announce plans for students to return to campus

  Cherokee Village Fire Department improves ISO rating; could mean lower insurance rates for homeowners

  Highland School District announces learning options for students

  Williams Baptist students to manage Hotel Rhea as part of ‘Williams Works’

  American Made owner says store will not enforce mask mandate

  Williams Baptist plans to return to in-person classes in mid-August

  Reason for uptick in COVID cases not just an increase in testing, health experts say

  Pocahontas School Board approves special election for potential millage increase

  Pocahontas School Superintendent reacts to late-August start-time

  New drive-in theater to open in Pocahontas Friday

  Watermelons still being sold in Cave City despite festival cancellation

  Local expert weighs in on mask ordinance topic

  Lawrence Memorial Health president speaks on Imboden Clinic closure

  Hardy officials see safety measures not being followed at Spring River

  Appliance stores seeing shortage in products

  Jonesboro Police Department encourages social distancing; safe practices for 4th of July weekend

  Super Sam’s sees success after tornado

  Local nursing homes prepare to open doors to visitors