Tesia Reed

Tesia Reed

Today in Georgia Anchor

Tesia Reed anchors WALB’s Today in Georgia and reports on local stories. She joined the team in April 2018. She started her career at WTVM, our sister station in Columbus. She covered a variety of news stories including the Lisa Graham murder for hire trial, the Troup County man convicted of killing five people inside his family home, and closer to our way in Lumpkin, where she covered the controversy following the investigation into the mayor. She comes to WALB from WTOC, our sister station in Savannah, covering stories like St. Patrick’s Day festivities, the Georgia Dome implosion and weathering multiple hurricanes including Matthew, Harvey and Irma. She was raised in Cobb County and loves everything about the Peach State! She’s a proud Georgia Southern Eagle, but you may also find her doing the “dirty bird” as she cheers on the Atlanta Falcons. If you have any story ideas Tesia would love to hear from you.


Recent Articles by Tesia

Chamber campaign pushes for a safe community and strong economy

  AMC Theatres set to reopen in Albany

  Community Census Float Tour encourages participation in Dougherty Co.

  Monroe High teachers go viral with back-to-school rap video

  Preparing to Return to the Classroom

  Safe and Sound: Young Pilot Spreads His Wings

  Safe and Sound: Tackling racism in schools

  Safe and Sound: Recognizing unsung heroes at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital

Phoebe hosts annual men’s health fair on Father’s Day

  Wiregrass Georgia Technical College makes protective shields

  Ga. Supreme Court confirms prosecution immunity in Albany murder case

Faith leaders join again in Tifton for unity prayer rally

  Safe and Sound: Preparing for a hurricane during the COVID-19 pandemic

Number of leadership changes in store for DCSS

Mitchell County grocery giveaway happens Friday

Drive-thru food giveaway set for those in Albany food desert

Lee Co. High seniors to virtually step into next chapter of their lives

  Lee Co. woman survives COVID-19 after beating breast cancer twice

  Lee Co. Trojan graduating from U.S. Naval Academy

  ARC of SWGA hosting virtual walk-a-thon

  Don’t panic, start planting: Starting a self-sustaining garden amid a global pandemic

  Early Co. farm donates beef to families in need

  ARC making inclusive change during pandemic

  Faith leaders join to pray for community amid pandemic

  Albany church to host drive-thru communion

  Sunbelt Ag Expo plans ahead during pandemic

  Sylvester teen donates face masks to Phoebe Worth

  Good News: Albany advocate recognized for service to the community

Ramadan undergo changes due to COVID-19

  Spa chooses to remain closed for safety reasons