Kayla is a reporter for WTVA.
Kayla is a reporter for WTVA from Brandon, Mississippi. She is a recent honors graduate of Jacksonville State University where she was a two-sport athlete.
For her work on the field, classroom, and in the community, she was awarded JSU's highest athletic honor the "Eagle Owl Award."
Kayla also was the host of JSU's most well-known campus radio show "Kayla Corine at 10," which is also an iTunes podcast.
On the show, she talked about various topics ranging from entertainment, current events, politics and even interviewed many well-known celebrities.
In her spare time, Kayla enjoys spending time with family, reading and going on adventures.
She loves laughing and having a great time wherever she is and works to bring that energy to her reporting.
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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