Chandler Morgan

Chandler Morgan

Weekend Anchor, Education Reporter

Charlotte, NC

Chandler Morgan joined the WBTV team in 2018, originally as an Alert Center anchor and reporter. Chandler soon moved into the role of Weekend Anchor and Weekday Education reporter. Chandler frequently fills-in anchoring during the weekdays. She also anchors from the WBTV News Now Desk.

Since joining the team, Chandler has earned an Emmy nomination for her work covering the 2019 UNC Charlotte deadly on-campus shooting. Chandler has also notably worked to uncover a lapse of employee fingerprinting in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district, which eventually contributed to the district’s former top leader stepping down.

Chandler is originally from Georgia but she is no stranger to Charlotte. Chandler’s extended family calls Charlotte and the Carolinas home. She’s even had relatives go through the Charlotte Mecklenburg and Rock Hill school districts.

Previously, Chandler worked as the Weekend Anchor for Gray sister station, WTVM in Columbus Georgia for two years. There, Chandler was a part of Emmy nominated team coverage of Hurricane Michael in 2018.

When Chandler isn’t anchoring or reporting, you can find her spending time with her dog, Kiki.

A fun fact about Chandler is she loves all things Disney. If you have a cool Disney World fun fact, send it her way!

If you want to catch up with Chandler on social media you can follow her on Twitter at @Chandler_TV and on Facebook at her Chandler Morgan WBTV page. You can also email story tips to


• Emmy Nomination: Serious Feature News Series

• AP Award: Feature Story Reporting, 2017


• University of Mississippi: Bachelors in Broadcast Journalism, Minor in English. Specialization in Public Relations and German


  • AP Award: Best Feature Story Reporting, 2017


  • University of Mississippi – Bachelors in Broadcast Journalism, Minor in English. Specialization in Public Relations and German

Recent Articles by Chandler

‘A Christmas Miracle’; 70-year-old grandmother returns home for holidays after months of battling COVID-19

  Dogs herd overpopulated geese as alternative to euthanization

  Columbus locals create NCAA sports training app to connect student athletes with trainers

  Parents weigh in after photo captures East AL school bus diagonally parking, blocking traffic during pick up

  How much does Thanksgiving cost for a Columbus family?

  Columbus police investigating shooting on 32nd St.

  Muscogee Co. Board of Elections breaks down rejection of provisional ballots

  East AL high school seniors denied at polls after registering to vote through school initiative

Medical researchers cite possible connection to antibiotic and polio-like illness symptoms

  Brian Kemp receives support from former GA governor, senator on election night

Oxford police searching for possible Auburn fan in alleged attempted kidnapping incident

  Two injured in Brennan Rd. shooting in Columbus

  Columbus Police responding to shooting, armed robbery of employee of store on Farr road

  Man facing 300+ charges for alleged car break-ins; criminal activity in Columbus

DEVELOPING: Man shot in Columbus Thursday morning

  Trick-or-treaters visit Columbus Senior home

  Music playlist creates easy techniques for CPR

  Columbus, GA child confirmed with rare polio-like illness

  Phenix City couple engaged via billboard gets married

Fort Mitchell family named winner of WTVM Dream Room Makeover

  South GA residents search for supplies in surrounding counties; thousands still without power after Hurricane Michael

  Survivor shares story in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  Family remembering 19-year-old killed in shooting on Swann Street in Columbus

  UPDATE: 19-year-old identified in deadly shooting on Swann St. in Columbus

  Special Operations Unit of Columbus takes toxic drugs off the street

  No bond given for Victoria Dr. stabbing suspect accused of killing elderly man

  Family violence relationship experts describe red flags related to recent murder of Columbus 18-year-old

GDOT installs new signs along GA Highway 540

Chattahoochee County officials say tap-water is safe to drink, water plants