Taylor Tucker is an award-winning anchor, reporter and producer at KFBB in Great Falls, Montana.
Taylor graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Journalism and Political Science. Before moving to Montana in June of 2015, Taylor worked as an investigative reporter at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, a photographer at WKOW-TV, and a DJ and host at WSUM-FM.
Since moving to Montana, Taylor has extensively covered everyday issues facing Montana communities, with a particular focus on agriculture, farmer suicide rates, and disability rights. She also served as the main correspondent for President Donald Trump's visits to Montana in 2019, field anchoring live for stations in Great Falls, Missoula, Billings and Bozeman.
She is currently an active community member in Great Falls, presenting to children in schools throughout the Electric City about the challenges and benefits of working in TV news. She also volunteers monthly with "Get Fit Great Falls," to encourage healthy and active habits for families throughout the region.
When she's not working, Taylor enjoys hiking, kayaking and traveling with her husband, Steven. They're also big foodies, so if you have any suggestions for local restaurants, send them her way! Besides exploring, Taylor loves reading, writing, and lazy mornings with her cat, Maddie.