Kayla Sullivan joined WLFI in May of 2015 as a multi-platform journalist.
Kayla Sullivan joined WLFI in May of 2015 as a multi-platform journalist. Kayla was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana where she attended the University of Indianapolis. There, she worked as News Director, Producer, Anchor, and Reporter for UIndyTV.
Kayla completed three internships in Indianapolis at WXIN, WISH, and WTHR TV. Kayla is very passionate about journalism. She served as President of UIndy’s Society of Professional Journalists Chapter and was named 2015 Student Journalist of the Year by the Indianapolis Professional SPJ Chapter.
Kayla is extremely sociable and strives to be a lifelong learner. She chose this field because she loves meeting new people, storytelling, and learning something new everyday. She is extremely excited to get to know the wonderful people in the Greater Lafayette area. Kayla is Irish and proud! She has a slight obsession with the color green.
Kayla participated in musical theater most of her life and loves singing in front of an audience. She has a strong passion for music but her number one love is storytelling. Kayla feels so lucky to get to do what she loves everyday! Feel free to contact Kayla for story suggestions.
WLFI’s Kayla Sullivan changes her baby’s name just before leaving the hospital.
A bill cracking down on synthetic drug dealers is also moving on to the Indiana Senate.
Lawmakers are one step closer to passing an animal cruelty bill that would stop abusers from owning a cat or dog after conviction.
If you or someone you know needs blankets or something to keep you warm during these frigid temperatures, Cover Lafayette is here for you.
News 18 asked viewers to send in pictures of what they did on this extremely cold day. Here is what we received!
According to the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office, Douglas Vanderwielen, 48, is expected to live after being stabbed multiple times Saturday.
We're learning more from customers about accusations of racism at Delux Spa and Nails in Lafayette. Several people protested outside the salon Friday morning.
Some customers are accusing Delux Spa and Nails in Lafayette of being racist. They held up signs in front of the south side business on Monday and plan to protest again Friday.
The Tippecanoe Emergency Ambulance Service is seeing another record-breaking year in the total number of calls for service and drug overdoses.
Tippecanoe County Commissioners are preparing for the possibility of a new superior court.