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

  Heartland farmers are excited about the opportunity to grow Hemp

  New Esports Arena launched at SIU

  Drivers don’t just pick up and drop off, but are responsible for checking the bus

  All Missouri students will have access to online courses

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

  Dangerously hot first day of football practice for some Heartland high school players

  SIU announces a new nursing program that allows student to receive a B.S.N.

  Heartland police chief teams up with church to teach martial arts to youth

  Relief aid available for flood victims in Alexander County, Ill.

  School has almost started, so don’t ignore the school zone signals

  Whether it happens to you or not, everyone is impacted by mass shootings

  Law enforcement officers honored in Dexter, Mo.

  Flood victims in East Cape Girardeau get flood assistance application help

  McClure receives flood assistance from Shawnee Development Council

  Missouri National Veterans Memorial in Perryville needs more volunteers

  McClure, Ill. used sandbags to battle floodwaters, now the challenge is picking them up

Route 3 to open back up after weeks of flooding

  Perryville, Mo. seeing more homeless people than usual

  Don’t get too close to the deer in your yard

  Thieves leave items behind in ‘unusual’ Bollinger Co., Mo. burglary

  Crews working to fix storm-damaged American Legion in Jackson, Mo.

  Wait is over for folks in Cape Girardeau as Broadway floodgate opened

  Don’t leave your phones, gadgets in the summer heat

  National Guard is beating the heat with the help of East Cape Girardeau residents

  People in East Cape Girardeau take new measures to keep sandbags strong

  Floodwater taking a toll on trees

  It’s Tick season: Heat and Rain make perfect combination for ticks to thrive

  Working in the Summer heat

New Madrid starting to clean up mess Mississippi River left behind

  With the Heartland settled on an active fault line, are you worried about earthquakes happening here?