Kayla Brooks, NBC29

Kayla Brooks

NBC29

Fishersville, VA, United States

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  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • WKYT
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Past:
  • WDBJ7

Recent articles by Kayla:

Increase in reports of tic-like behaviors reported in children and teens connected to pandemic, experts say

Experts believe these symptoms may be related to time spent on social media platforms like TikTok. → Read More

Fishburne Military School honors deployed teacher

Chief Warrant Officer Phillip Lacey dedicated an American flag with a certificate for the cadets. → Read More

The Valley should expect another COVID surge, hospital officials say

Community COVID-19 cases are down, and Augusta Health officials say hospitalizations are down, too. → Read More

Frontier Culture Museum event to bring tourists to the Queen City

Staunton is expecting a crowd this weekend for an event at the Frontier Culture Museum. → Read More

Valley organization spends Domestic Violence Awareness Month educating community

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the New Directions Center is working to educate the community on the issue. → Read More

Natural Chimneys Park debuts changes and anticipates more

Natural Chimneys Park has welcomed many improvements over the last few years, and park officials say there’s more to come. → Read More

Search for Augusta County three-year-old’s remains garners national attention

The case of Khaleesi Cuthriell has garnered national attention. → Read More

Augusta Health inpatient census drops as community COVID-19 cases fall

Augusta Health’s Population Health Chief Dr. Clint Merritt says things are less cramped in the hospital. → Read More

Valley employers continue hunt for employees after pandemic unemployment benefits expire

After pandemic unemployment benefits expired in September, many employers hoped they’d be able to fill some open positions. → Read More

Valley organizations plan COVID-safe Halloween events

Weaver Insurance is hosting a drive-through "Trunk or Treat" to allow kids to get candy while staying socially distanced. → Read More

Community raises money for family of woman killed in Waynesboro crash

A GoFundMe page for a Waynesboro woman killed in a crash Monday, Oct. 4 has reached people outside the local community. → Read More

Community raises money for family of woman killed in Waynesboro crash

A GoFundMe page for a Waynesboro woman killed in a crash Monday, Oct. 4 has reached people outside the local community. → Read More

Investigators interviewing suspects in child abuse and neglect case

Officials say recovery efforts for a three-year-old out of Augusta County continues. → Read More

Waynesboro City Schools celebrate Walk to School Week

If you’ve seen more students walking to school than usual, that’s because it’s Walk to School Week in Waynesboro. → Read More

Middle River Regional Jail officials handling COVID-19 case spike

Middle River Regional Jail is coming off a COVID-19 case spike, just like Valley. → Read More

Middle River Regional Jail officials handling COVID-19 case spike

Middle River Regional Jail is coming off a COVID-19 case spike, just like Valley. → Read More

Giant and Martin’s to offer COVID-19 booster doses

Giant and Martin's pharmacies have added COVID-19 boosters to their list of available vaccines. → Read More

Augusta County Fire and Rescue Chief Dave Nichols resigns

Augusta County Fire and Rescue Chief Dave Nichols has resigned. → Read More

Pill used to treat COVID-19 ideal for moderate cases; would likely cut down on “long haul syndrome”

If approved, the drug would be the first pill shown to treat COVID-19. Dr. Bill Petri, Infectious Disease Professor at the University of Virginia, says that’s a big step in coronavirus therapy. → Read More

Pill used to treat COVID-19 ideal for moderate cases; would likely cut down on “long haul syndrome”

If approved, the drug would be the first pill shown to treat COVID-19. Dr. Bill Petri, Infectious Disease Professor at the University of Virginia, says that’s a big step in coronavirus therapy. → Read More