Shaley Sanders

Shaley Sanders

Anchor / Investigative Reporter

Tucson, AZ

Shaley Sanders

KOLD anchor Shaley Sanders

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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Recent Articles by Shaley

Pima County to receive additional vaccine, but not enough to meet demand

Computer glitch causes problem with COVID-19 vaccine appointments in Pima County

  Pima County works to release non-violent inmates to slow spread of COVID-19

  FACT FINDERS: All reservations for Phase 1B booked in Pima County

  Arizona’s top doctors estimate 1 in 10 Arizonans have COVID-19, push for more mitigation efforts

  Fact Finders: Do I have to live/work in a county to receive a vaccine there?

KOLD Fact Finders: Can I donate my convalescent plasma after getting the COVID-19 vaccine?

  Fact Finders: Who will get the COVID-19 vaccine and when?

  Tucson father gives son surprise welcome home from Marine Corps training

  Group of 7,000 Arizona healthcare workers urge governor to take additional mitigation measures

  Pima County issues voluntary curfew as it reports highest number of COVID-19 cases since pandemic began

  Arizona AG’s office partners with CVS to stop gift card scams

Crime rate down, but sexual assaults and domestic violence up at University of Arizona

  Family living in Honduras shares impact of COVID-19, Eta and Iota

  Deadline approaching to remove campaign signs

  Prop 207 could have huge impact on criminal justice reform in Arizona

  Coping with COVID: Virus affects members of same family differently

  ADOT: October is the peak month for crashes

  Pima County Sheriff’s Department implements revised Use of Force policy

  UA law professor breaks down Barrett confirmation hearings as senators prepare to vote

Tucson strip club reopens following COVID-19 safety violations

  Looking to buy or sell housing? Getting a proper appraisal may benefit your experience

UA organizations on interim loss of recognition

Pima County to vote on proposed training for constable on unpaid suspension

  Tucson honors those lost in 9/11 with Tower Challenge

UPDATE: New details on why Tucson strip club forced to close

  Buyers face house hunting hurdles as bidding wars become the norm

  Pima County not worried about supply of influenza vaccine

  Demand for housing in Tucson market outpaces supply

  Shocking new details released in death of Tohono O’odham police officer Bryan Brown