Taysha Woods joined the KWQC news team December of 2019.
She grew up in rural southern Iowa before moving to Iowa City. There she attended college at the University of Iowa majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Her love of journalism was cultivated after her role as newspaper editor in high school.
In 2016, after multiple internships, Taysha gained experience producing and reporting at KGAN in Cedar Rapids, and later, WHO in Des Moines.
Taysha is excited to call the Quad Cities her new home.
In Taysha’s free time you can find her spending quality time with her family, binging new shows, reading novels or jogging.
Robert Ellis is "one of the worst habitual repeat offenders of drunk driving we have seen,” the sheriff's office said. “He has no regard for human life.”
Metro Nashville police said Wednesday that the girl faces charges including harboring and false reporting to police for aiding Decorrius Wright while he was at large, news outlets report.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot's decision to oust Johnson this week "shows how serious she is about wanting to clean up the department," one observer said.
The shooting of the civilian Defense Department employees prompted a lockdown at the base.
Health officials in San Diego County are warning medical providers to be on the look out for more cases of the conditions linked to black tar heroin use.