Taheshah Moise is an anchor at KCEN-TV in Temple, Texas.
Taheshah is thrilled to be back in Central Texas. She started her journalism career at KXXV in Waco in 2014. There, she worked as the morning and midday anchor until 2017.
She moved to North Carolina after accepting an evening anchor position at WFMY News 2 in Greensboro. Several of her stories went viral being featured on TV stations across the country, USA Today and national talk show “The Talk.” Her story on a woman’s nightmare pedicure led to changes at the state level.
In 2018, Taheshah was a part of the team that produced award-winning coverage celebrating the life of the Rev. Billy Graham. The coverage won the team a NC Association of Broadcasters award for breaking news coverage. TEGNA Pinnacle Awards also named the coverage a finalist for Breaking News/Big Story Coverage. It garnered an EMMY nomination as well.
Taheshah also helped start a new afternoon conversational newscast called the Four 2 Five at WFMY News 2. It was unlike any other newscast in the market. It streamed live on Facebook and YouTube. The anchors would have a chance to interact with the viewers live during the newscast on social media.
When she's not working, you’ll find Taheshah either at the gym, playing volleyball or appreciating the arts. You may even see her pop up on stage at a local theater production.