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

  Food box serves as blessing to Piggott community

  1st Choice Healthcare gets $3.6 million COVID grant

Barnett tabbed to replace Jansen as Randolph Co. Judge

  Walnut Ridge, like many schools, struggling to find new teachers

  Brookland School Board meeting leaves some ‘disappointed’

  Lumber prices skyrocket, frustrating stores and homebuilders

  Coggins announces plan to rebuild destroyed Hoxie homes

  Hardy hopes to build off increased tourism

  Nine Mile Ridge community ‘ecstatic’ to see new bridge coming

  ‘It’s just devastating:’ Transgender man reacts to HB1570 passage

  Stewart Park sees vandalism incident, cameras to be installed

  After one-year wait, bids open for new Randolph County Health Unit

  Community picking up pieces after fire destroys Hoxie homes

  BRTC Law Enforcement Academy anticipates adding barracks

  Jonesboro businesses see water damage, city responds

  Hospitals preparing for more vaccine distribution as Phase 1C begins

  Bob & Sandy’s in Hardy reopens one year after fire

  Walnut Ridge park to get 16 surveillance cameras to help with vandalism, crime

  ‘God was watching over us:’ Family recovering after fire destroys home

  House committee to consider DACA eligibility, school bilingual options

  Hoxie discusses adding nine-mile bike trail, street lights

  Special election regarding ‘Brookland Parks’ to be held June 8

  Community steps up to repair historic cemetery

  Church reacts to mask mandate announcement

  Multi-million dollar upgrades coming to Spring River bridge

  Corning restaurant perseveres through water issues

  City council passes community center, homeless shelter resolutions

  Rector prepares for Regional Tournament with updated AAA COVID guidelines

  Imboden Mayor will double as Walnut Ridge Fire Chief

  Winter weather will have impact on wildlife, expert says