Taylor Murray

Taylor Murray joined 7NEWS in October of 2020 as a morning breaking news reporter and a co-anchor on the noon newscast. In January of 2022, she became an evening anchor on the 7, 10, and 11 p.m. newscasts. In August of 2022, she began anchoring the 4 and 5 p.m. newscasts along with the 7, 10 and 11 p.m. newscasts.

Taylor is also the host of the “Ask the Expert” series in partnership with Bon Secours St. Francis Health.

Taylor comes to the Upstate from the Lowcountry, where she worked as a weekend evening anchor for WCBD in Charleston, South Carolina, which is also her hometown.

Before coming to the Upstate, Taylor covered stories of national interest, including the tragic death of a 10-year-old schoolgirl who died in a South Carolina classroom, protests in Charleston, S.C. in response to police killings of unarmed Black people, the National 2020 Democratic Debate, and the watch party of President Joe Biden’s South Carolina Democratic Primary win.

She also anchored breaking 6-hour coverage of the Charleston riot in response to the killing of George Floyd in May 2020.

She graduated from Southeastern University in 2015 with a degree in broadcast journalism.

Immediately after graduation, she headed New York City for three where she worked in various roles, including producer, video editor, production coordinator, and production manager.

When she’s not reporting the news, you’ll find Taylor spending time outdoors, exercising, eating good food, and laughing with friends and family.

Taylor would love to hear from you, whether it’s a story tip or just to saying “hi!” Email her at tmurray@wspa.com, follow her on Facebook at Taylor Murray, and on Instagram & Twitter at @taylormurraytv.

Click here to submit a health question you would like Taylor to “Ask the Expert.”

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