Roslyn Giles

Roslyn Giles


A native of Greenville, MS, Roslyn Giles joined WTVM News Leader 9 in August 2009 as a General Assignment Reporter. In August 2016, Roslyn became the anchor of WXTX Fox 54. Roslyn started her career at WXVT-TV 15 in the early 1990s bringing the news to the people who knew her best in her hometown of Greenville, MS, reporting, anchoring and hosting a public affairs show were a few of her tasks. In 1996, Roslyn moved to Columbus, GA to become the Opelika Bureau Chief Reporter for the CBS affiliate, WRBL-TV 3. She and her news team received an Associated Press Award for Best Coverage for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. After nine years of reporting and anchoring, Roslyn decided to change hats and venture into Real Estate. The separation from TV was short-lived. Three years later, she returned to her first love as a freelance reporter at her previous station in Columbus and soon landed a full-time reporting job at WTVM News Leader 9. After two years, she was promoted to weekend anchor. In 2014, Roslyn received an Outstanding Media Award from the Georgia Marshal Network for balanced reporting. Roslyn received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in English from the University of Southern Mississippi, in Hattiesburg. Before graduating, she also attended USM's international studies program at the University of The West Indies in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. She enjoys keeping people informed, public speaking, reading, shopping and taking care of her family. She has served on numerous boards including Safe Kids of Columbus and Media Advisory Board for Shaw High School's Mass Communication department. She is married to Tracey Giles. They have three children, Trey, Trevor and Mya.

Recent Articles by Roslyn

  ONE YEAR LATER: Jamysa Lytes Hutchins’ music career after Tyler Perry’s Madea Farewell tour

  Thelma from ‘Good Times’ shares how she landed the role on the famous 70s sitcom

  EXCLUSIVE: Columbus mother seeking answers in son’s death while in police custody

  Columbus teen creates support group for siblings with disabilities

  Columbus woman’s absentee ballot found in another state

  UPDATE: Two people killed in Midtown Park Apartments fire identified

  Fort Benning’s first African American commanding general departs for Pentagon

  Americus teen steps up to the plate, pays the bills during mother’s illness

  5 inmates, driver injured after Harris County prison detail vehicle overturns

  EXCLUSIVE: 14-year-old and sisters among protesters arrested in Uptown Columbus

  Hardaway High School’s valedictorian surprised and honored with a parade

  Victory Over Violence: Former Columbus drug dealer shares story of success in hopes of helping others

  Columbus singer recognized by Tyler Perry gets a call from RCA Records

  Columbus woman sings for Tyler Perry at Madea’s Farewell Play

  Blood donation saves life of Columbus woman during sickle cell crisis

  Victory Over Violence: Is rap music playing a role in the ongoing violence in the community?

  Victory over Violence: A roundtable discussion with Columbus community members on solutions to end violence

  Fort Benning confirms wildfires are out after a weekend of smoke

  Police: Teen girl points out man accused of exposing himself at bus stops in Columbus

  Congressman Sanford Bishop meets with local media, GAB leadership in Columbus

  Columbus AT&T workers among 20,000 employees striking across the southeast

  Columbus family reaches a settlement in 2014 fatal officer-involved shooting

  EXCLUSIVE: GMA’s Michael Strahan visits Columbus for Bob Wright Symposium on Business Empowerment

  Columbus native among Morehouse College seniors receiving zero debt gift; paying it forward

  Columbus police investigating armed robbery at Zaxby’s on Auburn Ave.

  Columbus father and son doctor duo providing weekly prenatal care in Eufaula

  Community remembers CSU employee killed in accident on 11th St. and Broadway

  Remembering Dr. Ann Hardman’s legacy one year after her death

  Columbus family speaks out after home invaded as son slept

  Family of Columbus man shot and killed on 10th St. seeking answers