Jennifer Horton, WSFA 12 News

Jennifer Horton

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent:
  • WSFA 12 News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
Past:
  • KPLC
  • WAFF 48
  • WIS News 10
  • WBTV News
  • KSLA News 12
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • wdam
  • KCBD NewsChannel11
  • FOX10News | WALA
  • WAFB

Recent articles by Jennifer:

Friends, colleagues remember longtime Montgomery attorney, law enforcement trailblazer

Well-known Montgomery attorney and former law enforcement officer Roianne Conner died Monday at the age of 67. → Read More

UAB enrolls patients in phase 2 of groundbreaking study aimed at fighting COVID-19

Phase 2 of the most prominent COVID-19 drug trial will explore treatments for some of the most critical cases. → Read More

Auburn University virologist involved in vaccine trials discusses timeline, expectations

Scientists and medical experts estimate a vaccine will play a key role in ending the pandemic. → Read More

Montgomery man pleads guilty in federal child pornography case

Charles Bennett Salter, III pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography during a federal change of plea hearing Wednesday. → Read More

Pandemic, social distancing restrictions paralyze Alabama’s criminal justice system

The pandemic continues to pose a threat to Alabama's criminal justice system. → Read More

Doctors call on public to take action as Montgomery becomes COVID-19 hot zone

As individuals increase their contact outside their homes, it's having a direct impact on what's happening inside the region's hospitals. → Read More

Alabama hospitals receive drug to fight COVID-19, ADPH won’t release specifics

As doctors across the state are preparing to administer the potentially life-saving antiviral Remdesivir to some of their sickest patients, the Alabama Department of Public Health will not disclose what hospitals were selected to receive this drug. → Read More

Reopening businesses could trigger increase in COVID-19 cases

While Alabama may be open for business, the pandemic continues. → Read More

AL cattle farmers take another hit as meat packing plants crippled by COVID-19

As prices go up at the meat case, live cattle prices are lowest in decades. → Read More

AL prosecutors concerned about making payroll as pandemic stifles funding

State prosecutors fund their budgets largely through fees and collections, all of which came to standstill during the pandemic. → Read More

Economic distress fuels mental health concerns, suicides and overdoses expected to rise

There's no question the pandemic is having far-reaching mental health impacts, stemming from social distancing and economic stress. → Read More

Health care workers wrestle with protecting family while working on front lines

An Auburn University at Montgomery dormitory is now a reprieve for more than 20 Baptist hospital health care workers. → Read More

Pulmonologist says masks, social distancing are a must until vaccine is approved

He says society won't return to normal until a vaccine is approved, which could be as early as next year. → Read More

5 inmates, 5 employees at Montgomery City Jail test positive for COVID-19

The Montgomery Police Department confirmed five federal detainees being held in the Montgomery City Jail tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

5 inmates, 5 employees at Montgomery City Jail test positive for COVID-19

The Montgomery Police Department confirmed five federal detainees being held in the Montgomery City Jail tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

$10,000 reward offered for information in murder of 17-year-old

The murder of a 17-year-old from Montgomery prompted the community to pull together a $10,000 reward to help crack the case. → Read More

$10,000 reward offered for information in murder of 17-year-old

The murder of a 17-year-old from Montgomery prompted the community to pull together a $10,000 reward to help crack the case. → Read More

Lee County DA self-reports possible ethics violation, commission refers it to AG’s Office

Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes says he will continue to cooperate with investigators regarding a possible ethics violation. → Read More

Ala. licensure board warns consumers of fraudulent storm repairs

As soon as there’s trouble on the radar, the Alabama Home Builders Licensure Board says the “storm chasers” are never far behind. → Read More

Montgomery clears first hurdle to high-volume COVID-19 testing

It’s a highly-anticipated announcement, as the City of Montgomery received 10,000 of these tests a week ago through a donation from Hyundai’s corporate headquarters in South Korea. → Read More