Tayler Davis

Tayler Davis

Reporter - KSLA

Shreveport, La.

Tayler previously worked at KFVS12 in Cape Girardeau, Mo. She received a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Tayler also has a master’s degree from 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 says her goal is to continue to be a voice for the community.

When she's not telling stories, she loves hanging out with family and friends and eating seafood.


  • University of Louisiana at Monroe, bachelor's in political science
  • Grambling State University, master's in communications

Recent Articles by Tayler

  Cape Central High student starts new business

  Cape Girardeau Jaycee Toy Box Drive delivers presents to Heartland children

  Heartland front line receive COVID-19 vaccine

  City leaders in Sikeston purchase new land for new highway project

  Missouri long-term care facilities await vaccine

  Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri host virtual holiday home tour

  AAA survey shows rise in speeding, aggressive driving

  Kentucky School Districts work on plan for possible COVID-19 vaccinations

  Officials: COVID-19 vaccine could be administered by the end of December; will be a priority list

  SEMO, SIU see enrollment decline

  Fans react to SEMO game opener

  Warming shelters prepare to open their doors with changes

  Health departments prepare for COVID-19 surge after Thanksgiving

  The Salvation army served those in need with COVID-19 changes

  Heartland church feeds local families

  SEMO Food bank prepares for the Holiday Season

  Cape Girardeau leaders say they expect more out of state visitors

  Cape Girardeau church holds drive-thru Thanksgiving meal

  National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week: Community Partnership of Southeast Mo. says there’s a major need

  Mo. Dept. of Conservation makes changes to CWD deer sampling station requirements

  Cape Girardeau leaders urge citizens to wear masks

  SEMO Nursing School makes instructing adjustments due to COVID-19

  Mo. lawmakers meet to discuss how to spend CARES Act money

Heartland counties still counting some ballots, finalizing the election

  Southern Illinois has new COVID-19 restrictions starting November 11th

  Missouri Office of Workforce Development hosts virtual career fair

  Record breaking voter turn out in the Heartland

  Gamma Healthcare to close its lab, radiology businesses

  Community Partnership of Southeast joins program to help keep apartment tenants safe

  Smithsonian water exhibit shown in downtown Cape Girardeau