Hello, Aloha, Annyeonghaseyo, Hey, ya'll
Taylor joined the WTVA team in July 2018 as a reporter.
Those are just a few of the ways Taylor Smith has been saying hello in the different states and countries she has lived in.
Being a military brat most of her life, she ended up in the sunshine state and graduated from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton with a degree in broadcast journalism.
She was a part of the radio and TV station, where she was a sports director for two years. She also interned at NBC 6 in Miami and CBS12 West Palm Beach.
When she isn’t in the newsroom, she loves being in a pumped crowd for sports games, going for runs, being in the sun at the beach and fulfilling her sweet tooth craving.
Taylor is excited to make a difference in her new community and continue to work on her journalism skills. She loves Tupelo’s Southern hospitality.
Tips or story ideas? Let Taylor know!
The Shuqualak-Butler Water Association has issued a boil water notice for part of Noxubee County
Liyana Randle, 13, has been found safe.
Columbus police are investigating an incident in which a man drove his pickup truck into a church.
The question remains as to why the firearm was discharged.
The race to become Mississippi's attorney general is underway.
Lowndes County sheriff's deputies are searching for a man who fled from law enforcement.
Officials reported no injuries.
Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man who they said fled an accident scene early Sunday morning.
Tupelo's population seems to be growing, making it harder for residents to find places to live.
A soldier came home to many open arms on Sunday after serving with the 155th for a year.