Brennan Reh joined the WTVM news team as a reporter and weekend anchor in May 2019.
Brennan was born and raised in Durham, NC, but has lived in Columbus, GA since 2015. She graduated from the University of South Carolina in December 2014 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and minor in Political Science. While in college, she was a member of Carolina News where students were responsible for putting on a live, 30-minute newscast daily. She also interned at WNCN-TV in Raleigh, NC when she was home in North Carolina for the summer.
In March 2015, Brennan started her career in news as a Multimedia Journalist/Reporter at WRBL-TV in Columbus. There, she was a reporter and had the opportunity to produce and anchor newscasts. Following Brennan’s two years at WRBL, she went to work for Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson as her Public Information Officer from March 2017 until the end of Mayor Tomlinson’s term in January 2019. Brennan worked as the Marketing and Communications Director at Columbus Memory Center for a few months before returning back to the newsroom.
Brennan’s interests include traveling, spending time with friends and family (including her cat Winnie), and cheering on the Gamecocks.
A new non-profit, “Not a Bad Apple, Inc.," is hoping to inspire at-risk youth in the community after holding its Inaugural Men’s Empowerment Breakfast at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center Thursday morning.
The fourth annual Sound of the County Invitational is happening Saturday, October 19 at the football field at Harris County High School. The Sound of the County Invitational is more than a competition between high school marching bands.
Nearly 150 Georgians died due to domestic violence in 2018 according to the Georgia Commission on Family Violence. Hope Harbour, the local domestic violence shelter and program, is holding a few events throughout October for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
At least 2,035 Georgians lost their lives due to domestic violence from 2003 through 2018 according to the Georgia Commission on Family Violence. One local domestic violence shelter held their biggest fundraising event of the year Thursday.
With temperatures above average, now is a good time for Georgia Power customers to review their rate plans as power bills are typically higher this time of year. There have been more than 70 days of 90 degree temperatures or higher across Georgia since May.
Firefighters, in this country and elsewhere, are honoring the 343 first responders who lost their 18 years ago today. The LaGrange Fire Department held their Annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb Challenge Wednesday morning at Callaway Stadium.
September 3 marks six months since a tornado ripped through Lee County, leaving 23 people dead and destroying numerous homes and one woman is recalling the few moments that would change her life forever.
As the summer starts to wind down, the American Red Cross is in urgent need of blood donations to help end a summer blood shortage. They are working to get as many donations as possible before the summer ends because they say many regular donors are delaying in giving to take final summer vacations
The sixth Grand Columbus Whitewater Paddle is happening this Saturday, August 10. The classic rafting experience brought thousands of Whitewater enthusiasts to the Chattahoochee Valley over the past few years.
There’s just one day to spare before National Bowling Day on Saturday, August 10. Bowlero’s Columbus location will be celebrating National Bowling Day by offering free games between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. if you sign up.
Some students got help with their first day needs thanks to organizations holding school supply drives for pencils, papers and even backpacks. One sorority continued to encourage students on their first day of school Thursday.