Deneisha Pearson

Deneisha Pearson

Multimedia Journalist

Deneisha is a multimedia journalist for WALB. She covers Tift, Crisp and Turner counties.


Recent Articles by Deneisha

  Cynthia Hunkley talks about classic WALB show ‘Town and Country’

  ‘I learned it and I got it’

  John White reflects on his time as WALB’s first black anchor

  Crisp Co. Sheriff’s Office first in GA to get PursuitAlert technology

  Crisp Co. students win big at local competitions

  Free breast exams happening soon in Tifton

  Tifton leaders discuss golf cart ordinance, downtown development

  Tift Co. council to kick off Child Abuse Prevention Month with pinwheel ceremony

  City of Tifton discusses golf cart ordinance

‘Never be ashamed of your past’: Women encourage people with drug addictions

  Residents weigh in on bill that could protect civil rights, confederate monuments

Pecan growers learn latest trends at conference

  Woman charged with additional 59 counts for stealing from former employer

  Residents react to man reportedly stealing, selling woman’s belongings on social media

  Tifton’s first cupcake trailer headed to the city

Thank your doctor! Saturday is National Doctors’ Day

Tift Co. residents react to recent arrests

  Traveling water circus makes it’s way to South Georgia

  Tifton residents divided about solution to flood problem

  A successful Fire Ant Festival wraps up Saturday night

  Family and friends say goodbye to Albany Civil Rights activist

  Our Kids, Our Future LLC holds tournament to help end violence

  Crisp Co. Schools official addresses fatal crash involving school bus

  Fire Ant Festival good for Ashburn economy

  Man arrested for reportedly using business bank accounts to pay bills

  Omega students camp out for literacy

Eighth Street Middle School in Tifton holds plant sale

  First woman arrested in the Albany Civil Rights Movement dies

  Ashburn Police: Money stolen from business, personal accounts in possible fraud ring used to pay bills

Annual Fire Ant Festival coming to Ashburn