Lydia Nusbaum

Lydia Nusbaum

Political Reporter

Montgomery, AL

Political Reporter Lydia Nusbaum joined WSFA and the Raycom family in June of 2018.

Before moving to Alabama, she spent two years as a reporter, anchor, and producer for KOMU 8 News in Missouri. Lydia reported on the Missouri legislature and the mid-Missouri area. She covered the indictment of former Governor Eric Greitens, President Donald Trump’s two visits to Missouri, and the impact legislation could have on Missourians.

Lydia is a graduate from the University of Missouri with a Convergence Television Reporting major and Political Science minor.

As someone who loves the outdoors, Lydia enjoys spending her time hiking, hammocking or taking a jog.


Recent Articles by Lydia

  ADPH looks at possible cuts to county health departments, health officer says

  Millions in grants go to civil rights churches, schools

  ‘This has been a very difficult year’: AG talks about Ala. officer deaths

  Prosecutors from across U.S. walk Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma

  Alabama explores adding air conditioning to school buses

  'We thought it was cool’: Ala. resident wants to put vaping addiction behind her

  Ala. Air National Guard selected for mission to protect U.S. airspace

  Alabama hospitals file lawsuit against opioid companies

  Former inmates talk about their experiences inside of Alabama prisons

  $21M in revenue cuts, layoffs expected by Ala. Dept. of Public Health

  ‘Heavens no, I’m not going to resign’: Ivey reiterates after apology for blackface skit

  ‘Rebuild’ signs identify which roads the new gas tax money will fix

  Ala. Education Dept: Schools vulnerable to cyber attacks

  Cities, counties to submit plans detailing how to use new gas tax money

  State of Alabama looks to give you back YOUR property, cash

  Fusion Center works to reduce threats to Ala. schools

  Alabama says ‘I don’t’ to issuing marriage licenses

  Ala. law aims to penalize people with fake service dogs

  Ala. farmer: Tariffs are a ‘battle that will hopefully help us win the war’

  Alabama offers grants to push 2020 census participation

  ALEA wants more than 200 new state troopers hired within a year

  Study commission to legalize medical marijuana holds first meeting

  Law tasks Ala. truckers with learning human trafficking signs

  Ala. looks to put stop to millions of school absences

  Alabama needs more teachers; state aims to solve the problem

  Dozens of school districts want funds for security, report shows

  Rule change expected to give struggling hospitals another lifeline

  New pre-k classrooms open, but advocates still want to cut down wait lists

  ADOC says new class of correctional officers will help with shortage

  All K-12 public schools will need to offer computer science courses in 3 years