Shaley Sanders joined the KOLD News 13 team in June 2019 as an Anchor/Investigative Reporter.
She anchors KOLD News 13 at 4 p.m. and Fox 11 at 5:30 p.m.
Before making her way to Arizona, Shaley worked as an Anchor/Investigative Reporter at KOLD’s sister station, KCBD NewsChannel 11 in Lubbock, Texas.
Prior to joining the team in Lubbock, Shaley worked as a Reporter/MMJ at KLTV 7 News in Tyler, Texas.
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 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.
Shaley is loving the incredible Tucson views, and is excited to be closer to family who recently relocated to the Phoenix area.
When Shaley isn’t working, you can find her out exploring Arizona or studying.
Shaley is pursuing a Master in Legal Studies from Pepperdine University.
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