Amanda Haley

Amanda Haley joined WTVA in 2019.

Title: Multi-Media Journalist

An Atlanta, Georgia, native, Amanda has a passion for all things animals, sports, nature and good eats.

She made her way to Mississippi to pursue her love for journalism at the University of Mississippi and graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism in 2018.

During her time at Ole Miss, she experienced several internship opportunities including ones with MSNBC and ESPNU.

Amanda decided to stay in Mississippi and joined WTVA as a reporter in March 2019.

When not in the newsroom, you can find Amanda enjoying the company of her beloved black lab Aspen, and/or watching sports and enjoying the outdoors with friends.

Recent Posts by Amanda Haley

Mother hopes to locate son's body, find peace

The 26-year-old's family reported him missing in late October. WTVA reporter Amanda Haley spoke with Moore’s mother Monday in Holly Springs.

Former state lawmaker, Tupelo teacher arrested

Lee County sheriff's deputies arrested a former state lawmaker and a Tupelo teacher following a disturbance call at a home in the Mooreville area.

People In Prentiss County dealing with storm damage

About 60 homes in Prentiss County were damaged by the weekend's storms.

Stepfather of hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd killed in Tupelo shooting

Updated - According to TMZ.com, Sullivan is the stepfather of hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd.

Law enforcement investigating officer-involved shooting in Tippah County

State and local law enforcement are investigating an officer-involved shooting that happened Tuesday in Tippah County near Cotton Plant.

Suspect in 2016 shooting death pleads guilty to manslaughter in Pontotoc

Krysta Chewe pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Pontotoc County Circuit Court.

West Point Police seeking toy donations for upcoming giveaway

West Point Police are wanting to make Christmas a little brighter for local children.

West Point Police: Home surveillance video shows burglary

West Point Police hope the public can help identify a burglar.

Switch to surface water in Saltillo expected to be completed Tuesday

The switch to surface water is a welcome sight for many residents in Saltillo.

Counterfeit bills used at Checkers in Tupelo

The franchise owner, Sedrick Turner, said someone tried to pay for his or her meal with a counterfeit bill on two different occasions.

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