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Taylor started her career in journalism at WWLP-22News in Springfield, Massachusetts where she covered important stories that allowed her to travel all over the country. Just months after starting her career, she was sent to Puerto Rico to cover the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.

Prior to joining 22News in 2017, Taylor interned in the sports department at WHDH 7News Boston.

Taylor graduated cum laude from Boston University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism and a minor in history. She was also a springboard diver on the Boston University Women’s Division I Swim and Dive team, where she competed and trained in both the U.S. and Europe.

At BUTV10, Boston University’s television station, Taylor covered everything from sports to politics. She was the executive producer and anchor for BUTV10’s nationally recognized news magazine show, Inside Boston. She was also an anchor for the sports show Terrier Nation, and a producer for the Telly Award-winning 2016 presidential election coverage newscast, The Vote 2016.

A Connecticut native, Taylor was raised in Bristol, where she graduated from Bristol Eastern High School in 2013. She grew up spending her summers by the shore on her family’s boat in Old Saybrook at the historic Saybrook Point Marina.

Taylor is currently a Juris Doctorate Candidate at the University of Connecticut School of Law.


Recent Articles
  • Juul at the center of vaping epidemic as FDA warns they illegally market their products as safer than cigarettes

    Kansas health officials have confirmed their first death in the state related to vaping. According to the Centers for Disease Control, this brings the total number of people who have died from vaping-related illnesses to six The FDA is blaming Juul, a company who sells e-cigarettes, for illegally marketing their product as safer than cigarettes. In a letter to the company, the FDA says Juul sells their products as modified risk tobacco products with an FDA order. Even worse, the […]

  • Hartford rally sends message to Washington: Don’t adapt Connecticut’s gun laws

    HARTFORD – More than 100 people gathered on the steps of the state Capitol to demand lawmakers take a softer stance on gun control. “We’re in a space where our public servants are telling us that they know what’s best for us as opposed to serving the people,” says the founder of “Black Guns Matter”, Maj Toure, who was the keynote speaker at the rally. The Connecticut Citizen’s Defense League (CCDL) has one message for lawmakers in Connecticut and in […]

  • New details in the arrest of CCSU student accused of showing interest in mass shooting

    HARTFORD  —  A CCSU student who allegedly showed interest in committing a mass shooting, was already investigated in the past for threatening his classmates. Norwalk police, together with the FBI, arrested 22-year-old Brandon Wagshol last month for having possession of high capacity magazines.  The law says a magazine holding 10 rounds of ammunition or more is high capacity. His four magazines held 30 rounds of ammunition. A tip from Wagshol’s aunt to the FBI’s National Threats Operations Center, led police […]

  • A new school year at New Britain’s Smith Elementary School means new safety patrols

    NEW BRITAIN — Fifth grade Students at Smith Elementary School in New Britain have new responsibilities this year. It starts with a ceremony, where select students are named the schools Safety Patrols. As Triple A’s new Safety Patrols, they’re tasked with making sure kids get to school safely. “Whatever it is that they can do to make the school experience and the traffic experience as positive as possible,” says AAA spokesperson, Amy Parmenter. The program has been run for almost […]

  • Class action lawsuit filed over Farmington company firing employees with a note on the door

    FARMINGTON — Former employees of a Farmington company that abruptly shut down are filing a class action lawsuit after they showed up to work to find the doors locked and their jobs gone. Chris Kingsbury filed the suit on behalf of himself and at least 100 of his former colleagues against their former employer, Ultimate Nutrition, after they abruptly shut their doors just last week. “We all came to work at our regular times and saw the notices were actually […]

  • Lamont, State Education commissioner discuss state of CT schools

    MERIDEN — Governor Lamont and the State’s Education Commissioner, Miguel Cardona, met with a panel of students to discuss improvements that could be made in our public schools. The panel only lasted about an hour and a half, but it covered a lot of ground, including discussions on the state’s achievement gap, and regionalizing school districts. “Know what your strengths are and, Connecticut, our strength has always been an amazing school system K-12 right through our university system and the […]

  • Bethel man arraigned on manslaughter charges in stabbing death of woman in his home

    BETHEL — A Bethel man plead not guilty to charges of manslaughter for stabbing a woman in a condominium complex late Friday night. Early Saturday morning, David MacDowell confessed to Bethel police that he committed a stabbing at this condo complex on Plumtrees road. It wasn’t until later that morning that he told police his story. MacDowell told police he had been drinking heavily the night of August 23 when he got into a fight with the victim. He told […]

  • Two Bristol dogs poisoned by dog treats thrown into a woman’s yard

    BRISTOL – A woman is speaking out after she says someone threw laced dog treats into her backyard. Unfortunately, Ashley Liistro’s dogs got to them before she was able to. Luna and Buddy have been sick ever since. “Initially I thought that maybe someone was trying to be nice and threw the bones over the fence and they got wet,” says Liistro. “But then, upon trying to pick them up, I smelled it and it smelled like a really foul […]

  • State leaders looking into levels of contamination in Farmington River in Windsor

    WINDSOR — Two months after tens of thousands of gallons of toxic firefighting foam spilled into the Farmington River, investigators are still trying to determine the damage it may have caused. Now, there’s a push to ban one of the chemicals in that foam. “Hopefully through the work of the AG lobbying and working with our federal legislators, let’s just get this banned,” says Windsor Mayor Don Trinks. State leaders are investigating the consequences after 50 thousand gallons of firefighting […]

  • 21 children have died in hot cars in 2019, a reminder to look before you lock

    If you think it’s hot outside, imagine how it feels inside of a locked car. That’s exactly what we tested Friday. We put a thermometer inside of our FOX61 news truck and saw exactly how things heated up. “You always hear parents say, ‘how can this happen?'” said Amy Parmenter, from AAA. “Well, the fact of the matter is that it does happen.” According to the National Safety Council, 52 children died from being left in a hot car in […]

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