Raven Poole

Raven Poole

Assignment Editor

Raven is the assignment editor for WTVM/WXTX. She is in charge of contacts, planning, and assigning stories for newscasts.

Recent Articles by Raven

  Girls Inc. announces inaugural Golf Fore Girls Tournament

  Second suspect in Custom Jewelers armed robbery arrested in Birmingham

Local business consultant announces candidacy for Russell County Probate Judge

  Columbus Memory Project partners with BrainTest to fight Alzheimer’s

  UPDATE: Wife of former Chambers Co. DA charged with attempted extortion in connection to homicide

Man dies following officer-involved shooting in Troup County

CPD targets distracted drivers on Veterans Pkwy, Bradley Park; 100+ citations given out

Carver High School alumni class gives back to seniors in need

No injuries reported after school bus involving 18-wheeler on I-85 southbound

3 adults charged, 2 teens removed from their home in Meriwether Co. child cruelty investigation

Aaron Cohn Middle School crowns spelling bee winner

SLIDESHOW: 2017 SEC Championship

Hundreds gather for annual Bi-City Christmas Parade

Uptown Columbus kicks off holiday season with annual Broadway Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting

St. Francis, Emory celebrate 1 year affiliation anniversary

SEC issues counterfeit ticket warning ahead of championship game

Suspect arrested for burglary, smash and grab of guns and ammo at Shooters of Columbus

City of Auburn gears up for 82nd Iron Bowl

9-year-old Georgia girl spends Thanksgiving serving first responders

Atlanta rapper, cousin found dead in Macon Co.

Body found in trunk of car in Hurtsboro ID'd; $5K reward offered

'Rise Up' event distributes 200+ turkeys; promotes non-violence in Columbus

Troup Co. clears car in question in missing woman case; still no suspects

1 man injured in Friday morning shooting at Ballard Way Apartments

Columbus police locate 42-year-old missing woman

Columbus non-profit giving away 100+ turkeys

MercyMed of Columbus receives $30K+ from Headquarter Nissan to continue serving community

Georgia church sign pokes fun at Apple autocorrect glitch

UPDATE: 15-year-old boy with autism found safe

SEGMENT: Rise Up Weekend event to include 'Unity March' against recent violence in Columbus