Emileigh Forrester

Emileigh Forrester

Today in Georgia Anchor

Emileigh is the First Alert Anchor at WALB. She joined the WALB News 10 Team in September 2016. After spending her college years at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, she graduated with a bachelor's degree in telecommunication and film (Roll Tide!). Emileigh began her broadcasting career as an intern at WVUA 23 in Tuscaloosa. While there for three and a half years, she worked her way up as an intern from newsroom assistant to anchor and reporter. Following graduation, she moved to Alexandria, Louisiana to serve as a weekend anchor, morning anchor, and reporter at KALB for more than one year. Emileigh looks forward to getting to know the Albany area and surrounding cities. She spends most of her free time with her family, friends and Pomeranian puppy, Phoebe.


Recent Articles by Emileigh

  Veteran’s family plans event to raise awareness for veteran suicide

  ASU students, alumni join for Homecoming convocation and pep rally

  ASU ‘rams’ up safety and security during Homecoming

  Phoebe to host annual Women’s Health Fair

  Terrell Co. family tries oral immunotherapy for child’s peanut allergy

  Joint city-county office working to get rid of homes damaged by Hurricane Michael

  ‘Just part of our job’: National guardsmen reflect on saving man’s life after hurricane

  ASU preps for 2019 Homecoming: ‘The Greatest of All Time’

Legendary harpist to perform with ASO at Old Mt. Zion

  6 vendors celebrate 30 years of the Georgia National Fair

  Mom, daughter win showmanship awards at GA National Fair, 20 years apart

  Albany Tech expands dual enrollment opportunities in Mitchell Co.

  Dougherty Co. middle schoolers kick off year two of ‘GEAR UP’ program

  Heroes Among Us: POW/MIAs

  SWGA health officials taking action to prevent Hepatitis A outbreak

  Health officials: Flu season gets an early start in SWGA

  Albany company donates school supplies to elementary school

  SWGA organization plans candlelight vigils for World Suicide Prevention Day

  Ga. state parks welcome thousands of hurricane evacuees

  Theatre Albany hopes for grant to upgrade stage lighting

  Albany Museum of Art to host free yoga sessions

  Albany-Dougherty NAACP branch re-established

  Heroes Among Us: Billy Davis

  State health department to investigate vaping and respiratory illness cases

  Phoebe Putney announces major improvements

$50K grant helps repair hurricane damage at Americus theater

New program aims to make Albany children, parents healthier

  Monroe marching band members make donation to Boys & Girls Club

  New non-profit aims to tackle major issues in Albany, surrounding areas

  Albany airport set to receive $2.7 million in grant funding