Tayler Davis joined the Heartland team as a multimedia journalist. She was born in Baton Rouge, Louisian and moved to Cape Girardeau, Missouri after finishing her master's degree at Grambling State University.
As a student, she was chosen to be a Reuters White House Correspondent Recipient, becoming the first to be selected at Grambling State University.
Tayler has a strong curiosity for finding out new things and loves lending a hand to others by telling their stories. When she is not telling stories, she loves trying new food places and making crafts.
Local farmers and Ag experts wonder what's next for the industry following this month's multi-million dollar Dicamba verdict. Farmer Laura Nothdurft is talking about the fallout from that huge Dicamba verdict.
The drug abuse resistance education, or dare, brought police officers into the classroom, and into the lives of countless young people from the early 80′s to the late 2000′s.Now at a time when we hear about armed officers protecting the halls, one heartland county is looking to this old program to