Kim McCullough

Kim McCullough

Digital Content Producer

Kim is a digital content producer at WALB. She joined the team in December 2017 after a semester-long internship at the station. Kim has worked in different departments such as production, digital, and producing. In 2010, Kim graduated from Monroe High School with a Georgia Work Ready Certificate in business. In December 2017, she graduated from Albany State University with a bachelor of arts in mass communications. While at ASU, she anchored and reported for "Ram News Network", the school's student-run newscast. She is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. In December 2019, she graduated from Full Sail University with a master's degree in New Media Journalism. When not working, Kim likes to participate in events and services with her sorority's local chapter and spend free time with her son, Jason. 

Recent Articles by Kim

Dougherty Co. Judicial Building closed through May 17

Albany Utilities closes drive-thru in response to COVID-19

Phoebe reports Sunday COVID-19 numbers

Gov. Kemp announces federal approval of major disaster declaration

Brooks Co. sees first confirmed case of COVID-19

APD: Child grazed by bullet during shooting

2 injured in Crisp Co. shooting

Ga. National Guard deploys medical support team to Albany to fight COVID-19

Rep. Austin Scott releases statement, breakdown of Coronavirus stimulus package

  Drugs, guns, money found in Worth Co. drug bust

MCLB issues shelter-in-place starting immediately

Archold Medical releases updated COVID-19 stats; 5 confirmed cases at Pelham nursing home

TRMC lab receives accreditation, works to process COVID-19 tests

Traffic delayed after wreck in Worth Co.

DCSS student, employees test positive in unrelated COVID-19 cases

State extends motor vehicle registrations through May 15

Gov. Kemp closes K-12 public schools through April 24

Man arrested after woman’s body found in Decatur Co. woods

Dougherty Co. revises shelter-in-place order

Lee Co., Leesburg issue executive orders

Archbold Memorial confirms 2 positive COVID-19 results

Lee Co. issues curfew starting Sunday

Albany church prepares to open Phoebe donation site

Additional COVID-19 death confirmed as Phoebe treats more patients

Coffee Regional Medical Center confirms 1 positive COVID-19 test result

Crisp Regional confirms first positive COVID-19 patient

City of Adel issues curfew for residents

Tift Regional reports second positive COVID-19 case

Gov. Kemp authorizes emergency license procedures for Ga. drivers

Second COVID-19 related death in Terrell Co. confirmed