Graham Ulkins

Graham Ulkins

Reporter

Baton Rouge, La.

Graham Ulkins is a first-generation Southerner with a knack for telling stories. He works as a reporter and anchor for WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge.

A proud graduate of LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication and Baton Rouge Magnet High School, Graham currently covers general assignments for WAFB's evening newscasts. He previously spent two years as the station's health reporter and also served as weekend and morning anchor.

Away from the station, he enjoys playing tennis and traveling near and far, having spent two eye-opening years abroad in Germany.

Contact Graham via email at gulkins@wafb.com.

Awards:

  • RTDNF Fellowship in Germany

Education:

  • Louisiana State University: Broadcast Journalism
  • Baton Rouge Magnet High School

Recent Articles by Graham

  HEALTHLINE: La. health leaders ‘concerned’ about national spike

  Day18: New campaign helps women remember self breast exams

  SHOCK & AWW: Woman gives birth to second set of identical twins

  SHOWCASING LOUISIANA: Imahara Legacy Garden

  Earn $7,500 in Pennington’s OPS 2 military study

  New Baton Rouge General clinic opening in Prairieville Monday

  Feeling depressed? Free webinar will help identify the signs

  Studies show thousands of women have skipped mammograms during the pandemic

  BRG launches Coping After COVID support group

  SHOWCASING LOUISIANA: ‘Lost Bayou’ film makes world premiere

  SHOWCASING LOUISIANA: Group uncovers forgotten plantation cemeteries

  SHOWCASING LOUISIANA: Fonville Winans photography exhibit opens in Baton Rouge

  Coronavirus cases in young adults surpass all other age groups in La.

  Area blood banks offer free COVID antibody test

  La. Farm Bureau president released from hospital after 64 days battling COVID-19

Rama restaurant, Thai staple in Baton Rouge, closes its doors after nearly 40 years

  COVID Conqueror: 28-year-old survivor gets epic hospital sendoff

  Doctor says quarantine weight gain could have lasting impacts

  Easter crafts for you and the family

  Director of Louisiana 211 COVID-19 hotline says staffers have answered a record number of calls

  50 storage units destroyed by Tuesday morning fire

MBP OLOL Cancer Center staff steps up to make masks

  Physical therapy clinics still open, but encouraging at-home exercise

  Circles + Scissors: Louisiana mom teaches new way to wash hands

  New docuseries follows Baton Rouge man’s claim that Zodiac Killer is his father

  Victim identified in fatal W. Johnson Street shooting

  LSU researcher leads major study on effects of vaping

  Earn $7,500 in Pennington’s latest military study

  #AlcoholFreeFor40 challenge shows what booze does to your body

Truck destroys Dollar General in Hammond