Mya Johnson

Mya is a Reporter/MMJ at WTVM News Leader 9 & WXTX Fox 54 in Columbus, GA. She joined the news team in October 2017. Mya was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. She graduated from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa with a degree in Telecommunications and Film with a minor in Psychology. There she interned for two years at the local station in Tuscaloosa WVUA-23 where she learned to edit stories, report, shoot video, and produce. Becoming a reporter has been a dream of Mya’s since the 4th grade. She’s always loved news and began watching her favorite reporters very early. Mya is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. When she’s not working on stories she enjoys anything involving good food, spending time with her family, friends, loved ones, and her sweet Maltipoo named Marley.

Recent Articles by Mya

  Residents of Columbus’ Historic District voice concerns over new CrossFit gym

Tax season underway, Goodwill offers tips to Chattahoochee Valley residents

Columbus City Council approves grant for repairs at A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium

Veterans Parkway and Moon Road construction comes to an end

Kia plant in West Point unveils brand new SUV, celebrates economic boost in community

School bus safety bill passes through GA Senate, must go through House

Chattahoochee Co. grandmother starts clothing bank to remember her granddaughter

Columbus City Council gives emergency grant for shower repairs at Muscogee County Jail

United Way celebrates annual 2-1-1 day, helping those in need with just a phone call

Son of former MCSD board member shot to death at north Columbus apartment complex

Hope Harbour receives funding to help house victims of domestic violence following shutdown

Four suspects make court appearances after T-Mobile robbery

Fourth suspect in Columbus Pizza Hut murder makes court appearance

Local Alzheimer’s disease advocates head to Atlanta to turn Capitol purple

IN COURT: 10th St. murder suspect claims accidental death, staged body as a suicide

Co-Work Columbus offering business owners a flexible workplace

Federal workers advised to stay on top of budget as another government shutdown is possible

Ways not to break the bank by hosting a Super Bowl party

Health officials urging people to stay vaccinated after confirmed measles cases in Georgia

Columbus organization providing free resources for those at risk of homelessness