Tayler Davis

Tayler Davis

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

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.

Recent Articles by Tayler

  Do you get sick every time it gets cold?

  Sikeston High School gives kids hands-on experience in real-world jobs

  Kennett Middle School raises $10,000 for Gold Star Family monument

  More and more states growing hemp, running into challenges

St. Louis Cardinals fans warned to look out for ticket scammers

  Officers are urging you to keep your receipts and serial numbers handy during the holidays

  A high school in the heartland is going high tech in its efforts to stop vaping at school

Southeast Missouri State takes next step to allow alcohol sales at athletic events

  Firms and union leaders deal with shortage of construction workers

  9/11 is a day many will never forget, now it’s a history lesson for students

  Heartland farmers are excited about the opportunity to grow Hemp

  All Missouri students will have access to online courses

  Teachers and Administrators in Portageville, Mo. take part in active shooter training

New Madrid starting to clean up mess Mississippi River left behind

  Fireworks are fun, but not for your pets

  Levee is not closing in Pemiscot County

  A mobile food bank with a twist

  Southeast Mo. farmers dealing with a wet planting season

  Dexter neighborhood bands together to cleanup after damaging storm

Water Patrol urges safety this Memorial Day weekend

  MoDOT is cracking down on the Move Over Law

Looking for a job? Experts say now is the time

  Flooded fields concern Heartland farmers

  Monitoring the river in Caruthersville, MO

  ‘Stop Human Trafficking in Missouri’ posters hung in hospitals, rest stops