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

  Fans speak on Bayou Classic, Port City Fest experience

  Fans excited for this weekend’s Bayou Classic in Shreveport

  Black-owned businesses gear up for Bayou Classic Expo

  Newly elected mayor of Bossier City selects CAO

Shreveport doctor discusses ‘pause’ on Johnson & Johnson vaccine after reports of blood clots

  Shreveport businesses looking forward to boom from Bayou Classic

  Investigation continues into incident that left mother of nine dead on Easter

  Texas residents react to Gov. Abbott signing ban on government-mandated ‘vaccine passports’

  Shreveport churches prepare for Easter services with COVID-19 restrictions

  Johnson & Johnson quality control issue might impact people’s trust in COVID-19 vaccines

Pediatric specialist, parents discuss Pfizer vaccine being available before kids head back to school

  DeSoto residents recount tornadic storm

  Neighborhood comes together to clean up blight in an effort to fight crime

Three vehicles involved in crash near I-20 exit in downtown Shreveport

  Health expert speaks on vaccine apprehension, herd immunity

  Community tornado sirens: Why some areas have them and others don’t

  Shreveport councilwoman proposes adding street cameras to decrease crime

  Community reacts to mother, child being hit by stray bullet while at Shreveport motel

  LSU Health Shreveport holds annual Match Day ceremony for graduates

  Woman dead following crash involving Nash police vehicle

  Family honors anniversary of Marquis Hudspeth’s death

  Many look forward to seeing elderly relatives after LDH loosens restrictions on nursing homes, assisted-living facilities

  Shreveport experiences violent couple of days; city leaders focus on fighting crime

  La. State Fair Grounds planning for increase in people seeking vaccine after eligibility vastly expanded

  Community members react to Gov. Edwards’ expansion of vaccine eligibility

  Should service industry workers be prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine? Community weighs in

  La. enters Phase 3; some Shreveport area festivals continue with 2021 plans

  After 2 hit-and-runs in Shreveport in less than a week, SPD talks about why people tend to leave the scene

  Texas residents express concern for upcoming electric, gas bills following winter storm

United Cajun Navy helping out in Shreveport after severe winter weather