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

  Memorial Day during a pandemic

  Perryville High School graduation scheduled, with modifications

  Kentucky restaurants set to reopen May 22

  Heartland woman tries to get Cardinals ticket refund with no luck

  Heartland experts say the supply for crops is up but the demand isn’t

  Dexter, Mo. company taking part in building U.S. border wall

  Mental health and substance abuse grant to help Mo. clinic

  Heartland organization is finding a way to help those impacted by COVID-19

  Southeast Mo. State University to reopen campus

  Solid waste rate changes are possibly underway in Cape Girardeau

  Cape Girardeau Co. Health Dept. to conduct test study on COVID-19

  Flower shops get ready for Mother’s day

  Some summer school programs to continue as planned

  Southeast Mo. residents clean up after Sunday’s storms

  Cape Girardeau County, city officials release reopening guidelines

  Mo. hair salons make changes to gear up for Monday’s reopening

  Some high schools are still making sure graduation happens for seniors

  Cape Farmer’s Market at West Park Mall set to start May 7

Heartland college getting creative to help students schedule classes

  Mission Missouri provides addiction support during the Pandemic

  Expecting mothers taking extra precautions during the pandemic

  Sikeston, Mo. restaurants helping the most vulnerable

  Kennett teachers hold parade for students

  Officials say before you spend your stimulus money, think about small businesses

  Heartland business isn’t just serving up food for the community

  Are farmers in the Heartland being forced to dump milk because of coronavirus closures?

  School captures memories for yearbook despite COVID-19

  Heartland pastor gets creative for Easter Sunday service

  Plumbers warn against flushing too many sanitizing wipes

  Heartland man captures memories of the pandemic