Niah Humphrey

Niah Humphrey

Thomasville Bureau Multmedia Journalist

Thomasville, GA

Niah joined the WALB News Team in January 2019 as a producer for Today in Georgia. She began her the multimedia journalist position at the Thomasville Bureau a year later. Niah was born and raised in Stone Mountain, just 30 minutes outside of Atlanta. She went to Greater Atlanta Christian School in Norcross. There, she loved taking mission trips yearly and participating in her musical theater troupe. She graduated from Auburn University in May 2018 with her Bachelor's in communications. While at Auburn, Niah joined the Auburn Athletics Recruiting Team and was an anchor and reporter with Eagle Eye TV, the university's news station. Niah's passion for reporting began in her senior year of college when she interned at WSB-TV in Atlanta as an investigative reporter intern. Niah is a Fall 2019 initiate of the Lambda Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Whether it's inside the sorority or out, Niah enjoys being involved in community service, hanging with her friends, and spending quality time with her family. She loves the city of Thomasville and is really excited to get to know the area more!

Recent Articles by Niah

  Grady Co. Schools offers re-entry to school survey

  Downtown Thomasville remains ‘resilient’ through COVID-19

  Thomasville YMCA putting safety first in phased reopening plan

  Thomasville therapist talks COVID-19 impact on children ahead of school starting back

  Youngest officer to join Pelham Police Dept. gets sworn in

  Thomasville girls raise money for police K-9s to get bullet-proof vests

  Moultrie continues Second Saturday events with soft opening

  Health officials stress following guidelines after spike in cases

  Cairo offers free COVID-19 testing for employees

  Thomasville PD posts breakdown of Fourth of July weekend firework calls

  Grady Co. Schools gets over $1 million literacy grant

  Downtown Thomasville business owner sees brighter side of closing due to COVID-19

  Southern Regional Technical College begins reopening campuses

  Thomasville stresses importance of 2020 census

  Library launches ‘story walk’ in Paradise Park

  Thomasville Fire Rescue gives tips on firework safety

  Law enforcement announce warnings and tips ahead of holiday

  Officer and negotiator speaks on turning life-threatening situation into peaceful ending

  ‘He was everything I could’ve asked for’: Grandmother remembers grandson killed in Bainbridge shooting

Downtown Bainbridge station offers public amenities for visitors

  Cairo mayor shares his goals as he steps into new role

  New coffee company arrives as downtown Cairo slowly reopens

  Lion’s Club continue serving others during pandemic

  State Representative and residents react to Hate Crime Bill

  Pruitt Health Sunrise holds family parade

  Grady Co. woman concerned about rising COVID-19 cases after graduation

  Business owners push through pandemic to open new stores

Professors discuss racial inequality in America with faculty and students

Wiregrass Tech, Thomas University sign new agreements

‘Losing Brady hurts all of us very much’: Baconton Community Charter School offers counseling services after student killed in crash