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.
Andrew McBride was laid to rest today after spending more than a month in the hospital battling the virus. He died exactly one month after his wife, Dr. Betty Jean McBride, also passed away from the virus.
The gulf coast is bracing for impacts of Hurricane Sally as it slowly crawls to make landfall. Nearly two years after Hurricane Michael devastated parts of the Florida panhandle, property owners are still rebuilding.
Schools across the Muscogee County School District welcomed some students back to the classroom Monday. This is the first time since March students have been able to learn in-person due to the pandemic.
We’re less than two months away from the presidential election. With ballots already being cast in Georgia and Alabama, voters are weighing the options about who they will vote for as president in this historic election.
A Columbus family is remembering a longtime educator with the Muscogee County School District who died from COVID-19 this past weekend. 71-year-old Dr. Betty Jean McBride, known as BJ, passed away Saturday.
A parents’ worst nightmare came true for two East Alabama parents this weekend. Their 19-month-old East Alabama son is recovering at an Atlanta hospital tonight after extensive injuries reportedly from being attacked by a dog.
As the new school year starts for students across the Chattahoochee Valley, we’re learning more about COVID and kids. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, there is a 90% increase in reported coronavirus cases among children in the past four weeks.
The community gathered together in Columbus Saturday morning for the “Queens in Crowns” Unity Walk hosted by My Black has a Purpose. Women marched from the old Booker T Washington Apartments area near the corner of 5th Ave. and Victory Dr. to the Liberty Theatre on 8th St.