Shaley Sanders

Shaley Sanders is a fifth-generation Texan with a deep-seated love for the Lone Star State. Shaley joins the KCBD news team after reporting for KLTV, KCBD's sister station in Tyler. During her time at KLTV, she covered several impactful stories such as the tragic fertilizer plant explosion in West. She was also invited into a hospital's delivery room where a woman used FaceTime so that her military husband could watch their daughter's birth from overseas. A graduate of Texas Christian University, Shaley earned a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Sociology. Following graduation, Shaley completed successful stints in both New York and Philadelphia where she created video content for well-known fashion companies and managed media and fashion shows for some of the world's finest designers during New York's Fashion Week. Shaley is also a graduate of the Travel Channel Academy, where she honed her skills in the art of digital filmmaking with mentors from New York University's Film School.

Recent Articles by Shaley

  Nonprofit partners with church to offer Sensory Santa event

KCBD Cares: Researchers warn parents of deceptive advertising in kid-friendly apps

Dangerous chemicals could be lurking in your home

County responds to former medical examiner’s explanation of backlog, provides update on outstanding cases

KCBD Investigates: Exclusive Interview with former Lubbock County Chief Medical Examiner on backlog of cases

Holiday Happening 2018 now open

73rd annual Pep Thanksgiving Festival preparations underway

South Plains Food Bank accepting applications for senior boxes

The vision and next steps for the Lubbock County Expo Center

Voters choose to increase hotel/motel occupancy & rental car tax for Lubbock County Expo Center

Denver City police seize 19 kilos of cocaine, make 2 arrests

No-kill dog rescue says adoptions are down because of an impassable road

KCBD Cares: Why administrators really don’t want you taking your kids out of school early for the holidays

Lubbock artist competing in ‘Don’t Mess with Texas’ campaign jingle contest

KCBD Investigates: Man may have to wait at least 8 months to receive father’s death certificate

KCBD Investigates questions ME’s 427 backlogged cases

From college student to inmate, a look at the place Daniels has called home for the past year

Extended interview: TTU police chief reflects on anniversary of Officer East’s death

Texas Tech University police chief opens up about loss of Officer Floyd East Junior

Remembering Officer East: The man behind the badge